Earth Week 2020 Goes Digital with Stay Home Events

Join digital events for Earth Week starting April 20th. The annual week’s activities and the celebration of Earth Day are now virtual to adjust to the stay home mandates around the world. This year’s theme is climate action and will be celebrated all year.

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This Wednesday April 22nd marks the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day. The world is facing it’s most horrific crisis — the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. There is a second global crisis boiling that is a slowly building disaster for our climate.

Human health and planetary health are inextricably linked. To protect one, we must protect the other. Millions rallied behind this idea to create the first Earth Day in 1970. Fifty years later it’s dire to rally behind it again.

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Climate Restoration Takes the Stage as Earth Week Goes Digital

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced everyone to alter their 2020 plans. The Foundation for Climate Restoration, Earth Day Network and Global Mind together are moving their efforts forward digitally in April to ensure a habitable planet for youth and future generations.

The Foundation for Climate Restoration is partnering with Earth Day Network and GlobalMindED for a weeklong series of activities to highlight increased climate action. Join them virtually in the activities below throughout the week.



Mobilizing a Climate Restoration Movement

Hosted by GlobalMindEDF4CR, and WAAS
11:00 AM EDT

Climate restoration is the global campaign to restore our climate to conditions that are proven safe for humanity. Achieving this goal requires global mobilization and global leadership. Movement-builders from multiple generations weigh in on the importance of climate restoration and their strategies for building momentum.

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Climate Restoration with Tri-Valley Citizens’ Climate Education

Hosted by Tri-Valley CCE
8:00 PM EDT

Join F4CR COO Dr. Erica Dodds and Citizens’ Climate Education Tri-Valley to learn the fundamentals of climate restoration.

Watch here on zoom


Earth Day 2020

Hosted by Earth Day Network

Tune in all day to take climate action with Earth Day participants worldwide.

On Earth Day 2020, we seize all the tools and actions that we have, big and small, to change our lives and change our world, not for one day, but forever.While the coronavirus may force us to keep our distance, it will not force us to keep our voices down. The only thing that will change the world is a bold and unified demand for a new way forward.

We may be apart, but through the power of digital media, we’re also more connected than ever. While you may feel isolated, you’re never alone, because we’re all in this together, here on Earth.

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Governments, Diplomacy, and Grassroots Activism

Hosted by GlobalMindEDF4CR, and WAAS
11:00 AM EDT

Restoring the climate will require governments at all levels to collaborate and to enact resolutions and regulations that support climate restoration. Diplomats, policymakers, faith leaders, and activists will discuss the role of diplomacy and grassroots activism in the climate restoration movement.

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Climate Restoration Leadership in Conversation

Hosted by Healthy Climate Initiative
11:00 AM EDT

Join the Healthy Climate Initiative on Facebook Live with the leadership of F4CR in a discussion about climate restoration.

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FRIDAY, APRIL 24th, 2020

Youth Voices and Next Steps for Climate Restoration

Hosted by GlobalMindEDF4CR, and WAAS
11:00 AM EDT

Climate restoration is just as important for today’s youth as it is for future generations. Young leaders will discuss what climate restoration means to them and how they are activating their networks, ideas, and innovations to bring this change to the world. F4CR CEO Rick Parnell will summarize the highlights of the week and next steps for climate restoration.

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Socially Sparked

This week finds us Socially Sparked® on two of our world’s crucial issues. There is positive, yet cautious movement in crushing the curve of the global pandemic that has isolated our lives. And, real hope to the slow re-opening. The second belongs to climate action and Earth Week. While we stay at home in lockdown, we have plenty of choices to join digital events to advocate for restoring the climate for a better world. — We are forever #SociallySparked  Tweet @sosparkednews & @asparks01

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