Earth Day 2022 Resources

Today is Earth Day, the largest secular observance in the world. Earth Day went global in 1990 with people celebrating from 140 countries - today, more than a billion people participate every year. We hope everyone has a wonderful day, let’s show some love to our planet!

The first Earth Day was in 1970. What’s changed since? Our population has doubled. We’re emitting 2.6 times more CO2. Sea levels have risen 12 centimeters. But the world has also changed for the better. See how our actions since 1970 have added up. What’s changed?

PBS has some related programming coming up, including the following:

The Trick, a conspiracy thriller that tells the story of the real-life 2009 Climategate scandal, when scientists’ decades of climate change research was questioned in the first “fake news” attack. (aka ClimateGate)

Also Changing Planet

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conversation with Bill McKibben this week

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Thanks. I will look into this.

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