Education and Earth Day
Before social media and the internet, organizers of the first Earth Day in 1970 brought together 20 million people to learn about the environmental problems we faced and act to address them. This was possible because of the incredible passion and motivation of students and educators taking a stand for a cleaner planet for their future.
Environmental education empowers students around the world to solve the climate crisis and develop the skills, optimism and resolve to lead the environmental movement of tomorrow.
At Earth Day Network, we increase awareness and build environmental and climate literacy in students around the world. Earth Day Network’s education program engages hundreds of thousands of teachers, students and partners to educate and inspire the next generation of environmental leaders.
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Our Educator Network Newsbites provide tips and resources for educators around the world to green their schools and carry out environmental education lessons in their classrooms.
Newsbites support educators as they prepare for the 50th anniversary of Earth Day in 2020 by sharing stories and examples of projects for in (and out of!) the classroom. Newsbites also shares the latest resources and opportunities for students and educators.
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Campaign for Communities
Two decades of partnerships to diversify and activate the environmental movement through the voting process.
Our resources will help you organize your own environmental teach-in in your local community.