Celebrate Earth Day 2021 Virtually
The COVID-19 pandemic may be with us for some time, but there are still many ways to participate in the 51st anniversary of the global environmental movement. The Biden administration will host world leaders at an Earth Day 2021 global climate summit on April 22. Many important environmental events have occurred on Earth Day since 1970, including the 2016 signing of the Paris Agreement, as Earth Day continues to be a momentous and unifying day each year. Be a part of this historic climate summit by taking action to restore the Earth.
Taking a pledge to go pesticide-free, committing to reducing meat from our diet or organizing an online community climate discussion are ways to honor the cause safely from home.
For more information, visit the Earth Day Network.