2020 represents the 50th year in which we have celebrated Earth Day. In April, remote events and activities took place throughout the country. Many of the resources, films and articles shared are still available. Visit a few of these links below:
Earth Challenge 2020 connects, builds, and enables global communities to leverage the power of scientific research to drive meaningful change. The 2020 campaign is using a mobile app and open data platform to collect and integrate billions of observations in air quality and plastic pollution, providing a platform and valuable environmental insight to promote policy change.
The ENERGY STAR kids portal has energy and environment-related facts and activities for children. The “Parents and Teachers” section offers lesson plans and activity books for your homeschooling needs.