Earth Day Network’s campaigns include global efforts to plant trees, end plastic pollution, fight climate change, save species, green schools and communities, and mobilize people, communities, businesses, and elected leaders to create a greener, more sustainable future.
Earth Day 2019 – Protect Our Species
The theme of Earth Day 2019 (April 22) is Protect our Species.
Whale populations are in steep decline worldwide.
Elephants are the world’s largest land animals and one of our most iconic species.
Insects make up about 80% of all the world’s known species.
Coral reefs are under serious threat.
There are fewer giraffes than elephants in Africa.
Worldwide bee populations are in decline.
Trees play a central role in the ecosystems of forests and other species.
Plants are essential for life on Earth.
Birds often have numerous roles in their ecosystems.
Fish play an integral role in ecosystem nutrient cycles.
Stable populations of sharks help sustain fish stock populations.
Crustaceans are found in a diverse range of habitats.
In some areas, the survival of the ecosystem is wholly dependent on the role that apes play.
Sea turtles have existed for more than 100 million years.
Earth Day 2019 Education Program
Students working to Protect Our Species!
Artists for the Earth™
Harnessing the Power of Art for the Earth.
Earth Day 2019 Cities And Local Leaders
Cities working to Protect Our Species!
Earth Day Network Campaign: End Plastic Pollution
Together we can work together to end plastic pollution!
Faith & the Environment
Guides and Resources for Communities of Faith.
Earth Challenge 2020
Earth Challenge 2020 will help fulfill our goal of engaging millions of global citizens.
The Great Global Clean Up
Let’s create clean communities!
EARTH DAY 2020 CITIES
Through science, activism, volunteerism and education
Athletes for the Earth®
We call on athletes to act as ambassadors for the planet in the fight against climate change.
Earth Day 2019: Central Virginia
Local Solutions: Advancing Community Greening Efforts in Central Virginia.
Climate Education Resources
Lessons for Climate Education Week (and Every Week!).
iTextbook: The Story of Climate Change
The first of its kind, interactive digital textbook for middle school students.
The Importance of Green Schools
Working to green schools and prepare the next generation of environmental leaders.
What You Need to Know About Climate Change
Get the facts on the climate change as a result of global warming.
What Earth Day is Doing About Climate Change
From climate education to engaging local leaders, and tree-planting to renewable energy installations.
What You Can Do to Act On Climate Change
Calculate your carbon footprint and more ways to act on climate.
Reforestation Projects Map
See where Earth Day Network has planted trees across the globe.
Deforestation and Climate Change
Earth Day Network works to mitigate climate change and stop deforestation.
Restoring the Urban Tree Canopy
Earth Day Network works to make cities green.
Women and the Green Economy
The power of Women and the Green Economy (WAGE®).
Reforestation to Help Communities
We’re helping disadvantaged communities by planting trees.