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BEAUTY IN THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER

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Behind a curtain, hidden from the eye of the consumer, lies the truth about the world of fashion.  Along a supply chain that begins in the soil and ends in a landfill, clothing production exacts a devastating toll on the earth as well as on the labor force toiling in garment factories around the world. This webinar discusses the way the supply chain works, what mitigating efforts are in place and looks at how fashion fits in a circular economy that aims to halt the endless consumption of our planet’s finite resources.  

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Originating from the first virtual celebration of Earth Day, EARTHDAY.ORG’s Earth Day Live event series explores Earth’s urgent environmental issues and examines a variety of approaches to protect our shared home. Topics include climate restoration, regenerative agriculture, environment and social justice, supply chain resilience, plastic pollution, resource scarcity, food security, the green economy, biodiversity restoration, and universal climate literacy. Panelists range from public and private sector leaders to activists, scientists, influencers and beyond. The series has reached hundreds of thousands of viewers on several streaming platforms.

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Teaching the Teacher

Person holds plastic trash

Participating in World Cleanup Day

Building a Better Road to the Future

Ideas: Nature and Storytelling

Young children learning together in the classroom

IGNITING AN EDUCATION REVOLUTION

IDEAS: MARINE LIFE AND PLASTIC POLLUTION

IDEAS: MELISSA TAN ON SUSTAINABLE FASHION

WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP

Shovel digging in fresh soil

REGENERATIVE AGRICULTURE

EDUCATION TO CHANGE THE WORLD

picking up plastic

WE THROW IT ALL AWAY

CHANGING THE CULTURE WITH CULTURE

BREAKING FREE FROM PLASTICS DEPENDENCE

THE RISING BATTLE FOR FOOD SECURITY

IGNITING CLIMATE LITERACY

HOW CITIZEN SCIENCE CAN HELP SAVE THE BEES

HOW CITIZEN SCIENCE PLANT-BASED DIETS, CLIMATE, AND COVID