This Wednesday on April 22nd we'll be celebrating Earth Day 50! Originally, organizers had planned to stage the largest environmental mobilization in history to celebrate. In light of the global pandemic, this momentous event has been transformed into a massive and unprecedented digital gathering.
With digital events taking place all over the world, get involved by checking out an Earth Day Live event from the comfort of your own couch! Earth Day at Home is a great way to bring the family together and learn more about the state of the planet and how actions we take can have an impact.
For additional awe and inspiration, check out these virtual natural history museums:
"The Earth has music for those who listen."
- George Santayana