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Save Our Planet: Virtual Earth Day Events and Activities
Save Our Planet: Virtual Earth Day Events and Activities
Raccolta per 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.
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
Raccolta per 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.

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.

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.

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.

Join the flow with a 20-minute restorative yoga class led by lululemon NYC, followed by a 30-minute discussion about sustainability and how individuals can fight for positive change.

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.

Get the scoop on what to do with your food scraps as an Allegheny Mountain Institute fellow explains the differences between hot compost, vermicompost, and municipal compost.

Canadian food rescue charity Second Harvest hosts a two-day online seminar that covers creative uses for food scraps and how to turn boring leftovers into amazing new dishes.

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.

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 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.