April 15, 2020

Earth Day 2020 Is Not Canceled: How To Celebrate The 50th Anniversary At Home

On April 22, 1970, Earth Day organizers specifically sought to engage young people in growing environmental awareness. Now with the 50th anniversary falling during our stay-at-home order, the public won’t let quarantine cancel the party. Nonprofit and government organizations across the nation are using their countless sources of information and technology to make Earth Day 2020 stream-worthy.

Celebrate Earth Day 2020 safety at home with fun videos, live streams, challenges, and more!

Earth Day Goes Digital: Earth Day Network

The Earth Day Network is asking people around the world to speak up for the planet, vote for leaders who promote environmental policies and educate others on the importance of taking care of our precious planet. It also has several activities you can do at home, educational videos and other online opportunities. You can participate in Earth Day 2020 by using the hashtags #EarthDay2020 and #EARTHRISE and tuning in for Earth Day Live.

#EarthDayAtHome With NASA

NASA has a plethora of resources for you and your family to celebrate Earth Day at home. It’s also encouraging people to share their Earth Day anniversary experiences using the hashtag #EarthDayAtHome. Check out their Earth Day 50th Anniversary Toolkit, a collection of activities, videos, special programs, and other materials to help you observe “Earth Day at Home.”

Earth Day Challenge

Opportunities for saving the planet are all around us. The Earth Day Network has organized a 22-day challenge to help preserve our planet Earth. Follow @earthdaynetwork for more information on daily challenges.

🌎 22 days of EARTH DAY! 🌎 This is the challenge you need to be participating in right now.

Posted by Earth Day Network on Sunday, April 5, 2020

Exploratorium

Earn your citizen scientist title with any number of educational video programs online at Exploratorium. They’re also hosting a virtual celebration of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. Tune in on Wednesday, April 22, 2020, at 1:00 PM (PDT) to explore some of the big ideas behind the science of the Earth’s systems.

Celebrate Earth Day Wherever You Are

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