Earth Day Network Blog Updates
Santa Barbara spawned an environmental movement out of an oil spill in 1969, can we do the same with a spill in 2015?Read More
Green Your City: Go Green Srinagar Part 1
You just can’t tell where plastic bags will end up, or can you?
The Learning Climate
The Front Lines of Climate Change: Where will Kiribati be?
To students, what does a couple feet of sea level rise really mean? Or a few degrees warmer temperature on average? If a student has no concept of climate change’s immediacy and catastrophic consequences, it is hard to encourage them to speak out or change their habits.Read More
Green Your City India Series: Chak de Green Amritsar
As part of Earth Day Network-India's शहर GREEN करो - It’s Our Turn to Lead Contest the Dilbir Foundation planted 100 Banyan trees around the city of Amritsar, a city in the north Indian state of Punjab, as an initiative for creating green spaces.
Pope Francis commemorated Earth Day with a speech of environmental stewardship on April 22 in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican. On the45th anniversary of Earth Day, the Pope's remarks bring the message of the environmental movement to billions of people around the world. Over one billion people of all faiths observe Earth Day.Read More
Sasha Fair Trade and Earth Day Network-India commemorated Earth Day Every Day with a fashion show featuring upcycled and organic clothing and educational talks on green issues on May 9. The colorful and inspiring show took place in Kolkata, India to celebrate sustainability and inform audiences on the environmental benefits of organic cotton.
The Learning Climate Blog Series
Want to stay up to date with the latest environmental education happenings at Earth Day Network? Johanna Bozuwa, Director of Education, will be sharing news, projects, and inspiration integrating climate science into curriculums throughout the year. Check out Climate Education Week for resources.
Dorsey High School Gets Green Ribbon Status!Read More