Mark your calendars — Earth Day is April 22nd! And there are plenty of Earth Day activities to get you in the planet-saving spirit.
Attend a digital Earth Day event
There are plenty of virtual Earth Day activities taking place this year!
Two virtual Earth Day events worth attending are:
- Earth Day Eve
- Earth Day Live
Put on by National Geographic, Earth Day Eve takes place on, you guessed it, the eve of Earth Day — April 21st.
People across the world will virtually gather for this Earth Day activity to promote awareness and party for our planet. Hosted by Jessica Nabongo — the first black woman to have traveled to every country in the world — this Earth Day shindig with feature beautiful music and impactful storytelling that will leave you feeling inspired and ready to take on the world.
Musical guests include:
- Angélique Kidjo
- José González
- Maggie Rogers
- My Morning Jacket
- Valerie June
- Willie Nelson
- Yo-Yo Ma
- Ziggy Marley
Expect special appearances from environmental activists, including:
- Brian Skerry
- Dr. Jane Goodall
- Lillygol Sedaghat
- Dr. Lucy Hawkes
- Dr. Rae Wynn-Grant
So, put your party pajamas on and log in at 8:30 pm EDT to start the countdown to Earth Day.
EARTHDAY.ORG is celebrating with Earth Day Live — a digital event with plenty of Earth Day activities. We’re talking panels, workshops, and performances all focused on how we can Restore Our Earth™.
Earth Day topics include:
- natural processes
- emerging green technologies
- restoring the world’s ecosystems
- equity and environmental justice
- cleanups and SO MUCH MORE!
This is a great educational opportunity. Join in at 12 pm EST to hear from experts and innovators in the environmental field!
The plan is THREE days of climate action. So, join in for other Earth Day activities April 20th and 21st!
Now that you’ve celebrated our planet and learned about protecting it, how can you take action?
Go to a local cleanup
One way to make a difference is to get to work in your local community. With a quick little Google search, you can find various Earth Day activities from cleanups to tree plantings.
Search Earth Day events near you!
If you ask us, every day is Earth Day. And by that we mean, every day we should be working to better protect our planet!
This Earth Day, take some time to think of little changes you can implement to do so — whether it’s taking reusable bags to the grocery shop or composting.
Go support sustainable brands
One of my favorite places to shop sustainably is at a thrift shop; however, your local Goodwill may not always have what you need. Don’t fret! There are plenty of brands that are working towards a sustainable future, whether it’s by using recycled materials or implementing other forms of sustainable production.
So, celebrate our planet this 2021 Earth Day with a purchase you can feel good about!
Happy Earth Day!
Earth Day, like every day, is a good time for a walk in the park, sustainable lifestyle changes, and environmental education. Explore other ways to take action this Earth Month and beyond.