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Ways to Celebrate Earth Day 2020 From Home

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Inevitably, Earth Day 2020 will look different than it ever has due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, there are still many ways to participate in the 50th anniversary of the global environmental movement. Earth Day Network has announced that they have partnered up with the social network We Don’t Have Time and Exponential Roadmap to present a live stream of what’s expected to be the world’s largest-ever online climate conference. Starting on April 20, the world’s key experts, from United Nations representatives and government officials to scientists and organization campaigners, will join forces for five days to collaborate on what’s needed to build a better future to avert the largest crisis humanity has ever faced.

More localized Earth Day events may be available in your area through a digital format. Taking a pledge to go pesticide-free, committing to reduce meat from one’s diet or organizing an online community climate discussion are some other ways to honor the cause safely from home.


For information on viewing the climate conference live stream, local online events and other ways to participate, visit Earth Day Network.

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