Earth Day Live
In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, Earth Day is shifting to a historic all-digital event so the modern environmental movement doesn’t pass unnoticed.
Earth Day Live is a streaming event from earthday.org that aims to engage people across the country and around the world in collective actions to protect our climate and communities. The live stream will include performances, and appearances to inform us and keep us engaged and inspired. Speakers include celebrities, politicians, scientists, and youth activists such as Al Gore, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ani DeFranco, Ndaba Mandela, Jason Mraz, Joaquin Phoenix, Mark Ruffalo, KT Tunstall, and Questlove.
RSVP for Earth Day Live and find other streaming events (scroll down to the interactive map).
Business UNusual: Transforming into a Caring Economy
Live chat with @adriangrenier and @ducontra.ventures, talking with entrepreneurs and companies that have not and will not return to doing business as usual. Our health IS the health of the planet, and directly related to the way we behave towards our environment and how we treat animals. Join the live chat and find out about #businessunusual and transforming into a caring economy.
Woods Hole Research Center
Wednesday, April 22 at 12:00 PM
Climate Action: Bridging Science and Activism
Marcia Macedo, Associate Scientist
and Jonah Gottlieb of the National Children’s Campaign
Conversation about how climate scientists and climate activists can work together and learn from one another. Marcia Macedo studies how the Amazon’s aquatic ecosystems are changing in response to deforestation, fire, and climate change. Jonah Gottlieb is co-founder and Executive Director of National Children’s Campaign. The two have been paired through a documentary film project of Principle Pictures and the Woods Hole Film Festival Film & Science Initiative and will share what they are gaining from that experience.
Carbon Drawdown Now! Building to Combat the Climate Crisis
Wednesday April 22, 5:00-6:30PM
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day from home with an interactive webinar presented by the R.W. Kern Center and NESEA talking embodied carbon, systems thinking, and climate justice.
This webinar is for anyone interested in how buildings can become part of positive climate action. Everyone will log off with a concrete action they can take to reduce embodied carbon emissions in their buildings and lives.
Register now for this free webinar or head to the RWKC website for more details.