Earth Day 2014
Earth Day 2014

Earth Day 2014

Our planet is at a turning point. The massive global migration underway now from countryside to cities will demand huge investments in energy, water, materials, waste, food distribution, and transportation over the next 25 years. If the right investments are made now, this unique opportunity will be the catalyst for dramatic changes in the built environment and the fight against carbon emissions and climate change.
The Canopy Project
The Canopy Project

The Canopy Project

Help Earth Day Network grow the Earth's canopy by planting a billion trees worldwide.
Protect the Asian Elephant
Protect the Asian Elephant

Protect the Asian Elephant

The Asian elephant, once widely distributed throughout many areas of India, is now listed as an endangered species by the Indian government.
Green Schools Campaign
Green Schools Campaign

Green Schools Campaign

Earth Day Network is committed to greening every school in America within a generation. With initiatives that tackle sustainable school foods, develop innovative curriculum, implement green infrastructure solutions, and connect educators around the word, we educate and engage our future leaders, their teachers, and communities.
Earth Day India
Earth Day India

Earth Day India

Earth Day Network’s India Program, headquartered in Kolkata, is engaging partners to build and enhance the region’s civic mobilization and leadership in the environmental movement.
Earth Day 2014 - Education is at the heart of Earth Day. Learn more about how your school can get involved. And be sure to register your class’s Earth Day events!
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April 16, 2014
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Earth Day 2014 is shaping up to be a huge success, particularly in Africa and the Middle East. Several countries in the region will have Earth Day events this year, including Tunisia, Ghana, Oman, and Iraq, just to name a few. In Tunisia, the... Read More >