Wednesday, April 22, 2020 is not only Earth Day, but it’s also the 50th anniversary. Back in 1970, the environment was clearly in crisis, so a whopping 10% of the US population participated in protests, launching the modern environmental movement we now call Earth Day. It is recognized as the planet’s largest civic event with over a billion people engaging every year. Continue reading
Saturday, March 28, 2020, 8:30 PM Your Local Time!
Though we can’t connect in person this year, we can connect through participation.
Over the last several years, Earth Hour has become a global event that engages the public by offering an easy means of participation, while paving the way for activism and change. For many, it has become an inspiration for a special evening or to attend one of the many public events. This year, it is going digital. Continue reading
This time of year traditionally brings a feeling of rebirth and renewal. Gardens are an excellent way to create a private and uplifting outdoor space. Keeping in mind the ability to follow some of these suggestions may change in the coming weeks, here are some city garden ideas that can help butterflies, bees and you too. Continue reading