Year: 2015

Earth Day Network Blog Update

Thank you for clicking on this update. Earth Day Network will be back early on in 2016 with all new blog content from a wide variety of different bloggers on all sorts of different topics, from green schools to endangered species to climate and reforestation. So please check back in with us early on in… Read more »

National School Lunch Week Challenge Winners Announced

In order to celebrate National School Lunch Week this year, we designed an initiative challenging students to dig deeper into learning about the food that they eat. Teams were challenged to create a lunch that was equal parts delicious, sustainable, and healthy. Our challenge was open to all middle school and high school students in… Read more »

Earth Day Network Helps Deliver Over 6.2 Million Signature Petition to the United Nation’s Secretary General Ban Ki-moon

Today was an incredible day at #COP21 here in Paris. Both for the environmental movement writ large and for Earth Day Network specifically. With one day left until the COP is scheduled to conclude, two totally different but yet equally important events shuck up the conference and had people and those in attendance wondering which… Read more »

One Week To Go In Paris, COP21

One week down and one week to go at the #COP21 climate change conference and negotiations here in Paris. While so much has already happened, so much more remains to be done. There are a lot of hopeful signs in the air, and most are confident that an agreement – strong? – will be signed… Read more »

Earth Day Network is taking you to #COP21 in Paris

Paris is buzzing, and for a good reason. This week, over 40,000 people who care about climate change are meeting at the largest ever UN Climate negotiations, known as COP21, in Paris. Among them are government negotiators, climate activists, business leaders, and representatives of civil society. Earth Day Network is here to represent your voice…. Read more »

The Threat of El Niño

“January and February are just around the corner. If you think you should make preparations, get off the couch and do it now. These storms are imminent” said Bill Patzert, a climatologist for NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in La Canada Flintridge. With these words, Patzert voiced the concerns of many in the scientific community over… Read more »

Global Solidarity 2015

Friday, November 13, 2015, was a terrible and tragic day. We at Earth Day Network lost friends and colleagues in both Paris and Beirut. Our hearts and prayers are with them, the families of those that lost their lives, and with those of the injured. We stand united with the cities of Paris and Beirut.