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Save Our Planet: Virtual Earth Day Events and Activities
Save Our Planet: Virtual Earth Day Events and Activities
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Honor the planet we all share and help preserve the globe for future generations by attending a virtual event in honor of Earth Day. The annual global celebration promotes sustainable practices by encouraging action to fight climate change and find solutions big and small to keep the land we call home healthy and happy. Learn more about climate change, take part in a virtual clean-up, or discover ways you can go green at these curated online events.
Save Our Planet: Virtual Earth Day Events and Activities
Save Our Planet: Virtual Earth Day Events and Activities
Save Our Planet: Virtual Earth Day Events and Activities
Save Our Planet: Virtual Earth Day Events and Activities
Sammlung von Eventbrite
Honor the planet we all share and help preserve the globe for future generations by attending a virtual event in honor of Earth Day. The annual global celebration promotes sustainable practices by encouraging action to fight climate change and find solutions big and small to keep the land we call home healthy and happy. Learn more about climate change, take part in a virtual clean-up, or discover ways you can go green at these curated online events.
Honor the planet we all share and help preserve the globe for future generations by attending a virtual event in honor of Earth Day. The annual global celebration promotes sustainable practices by encouraging action to fight climate change and find solutions big and small to keep the land we call home healthy and happy. Learn more about climate change, take part in a virtual clean-up, or discover ways you can go green at these curated online events.

This three-week class led by a textile artist will teach you to plan, start, and harvest a "dye garden," or a garden made specifically for creating natural textile dyes.

"Caring for Mother Earth is caring for all of us." So say the organizers of this summit, which seeks to help participants explore their relationships with our land and communities and more via presentations, film screenings, art, and more.

Climate policy advocates Christiana Figueres and Tom Rivett-Carnac discuss their optimistic view of the chances of subverting climate change, arguing that a 2030 deadline for action presents a chance for the world to unite around a common goal.

Celebrate Earth Day virtually with the Be Social Change community to learn about the world’s largest environmental movement and what you can do to make every day more sustainable. This facilitated networking event is focused on connecting and making everyday more sustainable.

Get creative alongside powerful artists and organizers who inspire us to be in relationship with nature. Hosted by the Brower Center and friends, three artists of different mediums will share performances of their work, then mingle and discuss.

How does a virtual clean-up work? Well, you do have to leave home. Then volunteer to (safely) clear litter from your local area, take pics, and share your results online.

Join Anthropologie for a free wreath-making class, using living plants instead of cut flowers.

The theme for Earth Day 2021 is Restore Our Earth, which focuses on natural processes, emerging green technologies, and innovative thinking. In this hourlong webinar, Encompass HK and Civic Exchange will share the latest restoration initiatives around the world and in Hong Kong.

This family-friendly interactive workshop will discuss the importance of Earth Day and what it represents to all of us.

Perfect for little ones: Hands-on science activities and engineering challenges for children, story-times for preschoolers, discussion workshops to guide you on going zero waste with kids, and more for a green day together.

Planetary issues can loom large, but we can take small steps to make things better. Discover caretaking solutions that can best fit your life in the areas of energy, water, transportation, food, and more.

This series of events by the city of Dallas celebrates Earth Day; tune in for discussions on components of conservation, climate action, and more.

Celebrate Mother Earth and your own part in it, in this soothing Earth Day yoga class. You'll leave feeling more connected and free.

Zentangling — a way to create structured designs by drawing patterns — meets Earth Day in this virtual event, where you can create a nature pattern and discuss how to help the planet.

Learn all about the awesome job insects do to keep our world moving smoothly! An Earth Day event with celebrated kids book publisher Scholastic and entomologist (bug scientist) Dr. Samuel Ramsey.

Attempts to stall or reverse climate change are often presented as detrimental to economic development and expansion. This panel of energy experts and economists takes a broader view, emphasizing the positives.

Celebrate Earth Day and nature by participating in uplifting and nourishing song, movement, and mindful practices to cultivate joyful connection.

This Earth Day, the Long Beach Office of Sustainability invites you to join the Long Beach community of environmental professionals, students, activists, and concerned residents to discuss the future of sustainability in Long Beach.

Why are the world's beautiful coral reefs disappearing so quickly? Director Jeff Orlowski spent three years creating a film to find out. This free virtual screening will be followed by a brief discussion.

Join the The Lost Kitchen in Freeport, Maine for this hands-on cooking class, where you'll learn how to make a tasty salad packed with veggies and warm toasted bread soaked through with homemade vinaigrette.

It's finally spring! Join this session for tips on how to prepare your seasonal garden and landscaping; then learn how to practice sustainable gardening and take a moment to ask questions.

Learn to make a no-waste chocolate zucchini bread using the entire veggie, from stem to end. Top it off with homemade whipped butter and you have yourself the best Earth Day breakfast ever.

Wanna cultivate a green(er) thumb? Try this workshop to learn how living systems function and get tips on planting gardens that are resilient and regenerative.

"Toodle-oo to all of you." Okay, nightingales don't really sound like this. But you can discover their music for yourself at this session broadcasting from the woods of Sussex.

The School for the Environment at University of Massachusetts Boston presents environmentally-focused songs written by young composers, performed by the Eureka Ensemble in observance of Earth Day.

Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo teams up with sustainable bartender Mackenzie Heinze to show you how to turn food scraps from your kitchen into ingredients that can be used in delicious cocktails.

Earth Day is great, but what can you do to make things better? In this event, network a bit and join others as you discover a platform that reveals various actions you can take to spark change.

California's Stanislaus Forest is a treasure trove of unique wildflowers — and a boundless example of successful reforestation techniques in the wake of devastating wildfires. US Forest Service Rim Fire Restoration Coordinator Maria Benech leads this informative webinar.

Author and conservationist Terry Tempest Williams speaks about her latest collection of essays, which explores the literal erosion of public lands as well as the metaphorical erosion that humanity is experiencing at this moment in history.

Find a comfortable place to relax with some headphone and tune into this Earth Day sound bath led by a professional sound healer who will channel the grounding energies of the earth and help you get centered.

Colorado's famed radio/live variety show eTown turns 30 with a virtual stream featuring Lyle Lovett, Bob Weir, Nathaniel Rateliff, Black Pumas, Los Lobos, Sam Bush, Sarah Jarosz, City and Colour, and The War and Treaty.

Have a funky Earth Day and connect to deep Indigenous soul, as New Orleans brass/Mardi Gras Indian band Cha Wa — known for its "grand gumbo of intoxicating rhythms" — puts on colorful show to celebrate its new album, "My People."

Activists Kate Aronoff and Jane Fonda discuss what it will take to face the existential threat of climate change head-on and finally find a viable solution.

Kids ages 5 to 10 and their families are welcome to commemorate Earth Day by using kitchen materials to create two different art projects: "Stained glass" globes and outdoor suncatchers.

London art collective Trapped in a Zone hosts a free streaming Earth Day gathering, featuring a short film created by a youth football club and the debut of a poem written with the help of the virtual audience.

Celebrate Earth Day by making a kid-friendly charcuterie board, playing some virtual interactive games, and following along with a "dirt pudding" recipe you can eat together.

Watch the short films "Solar" and "Natural" and hear from Dara and Mark Bortman about Earth Day and renewable energy solutions.

Led by herbalist and environmental activist Vanessa Chakour, this seminar will explore common plants and oft-maligned “weeds” using mindful awareness, creative practices, and imagination to deepen our relationship with Earth.

Thinking about removing your lawn and implementing a more sustainable, eco-friendly ground covering? Join this free webinar and learn how to do it yourself while improving the existing soil.

Clothing company TOAST developed a service that will help you repair their clothing over time. Join a panel of writers, visible menders, designers, and textile researchers for a discussion on mending and repair through the lenses of sustainability and culture.

Community organizers and activists Gopal Dayaneni and Carla Maria Pérez explore the ways environmental racism and climate change impact marginalized populations in this discussion and Q&A session.

Celebrate May Day and our planet at this hands-on virtual workshop. Learn how to create a balanced, professional quality flower crown using different shapes and weights of flowers.