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Where the District’s Power Comes From: Mt. Storm

Contributed by Earth Day Network Education Director, Sean S. Miller

If I had to guess the name for the place where the electricity for the U.S.’ seat of power originates, Mt. Storm seems…


On the (Coastal Community) Road Again…

A couple weeks ago it was Florida. Yesterday it was Virginia. Up at 4 a.m. and on the road to Chesapeake, VA, an area of the state with lots of military, miles of beaches and tourists. What you may…


Student Toolkit and 40 Green Schools

Check out the two newest resources from Earth Day Network’s Education team!

Student Activist Toolkit

Written for students, with contributions from students and teachers in our network, this…


California Voters Tasked With Protecting Green Jobs This November

California, the world’s 8th largest economy, stepped up in 2006 to pass a bipartisan comprehensive Global Warming bill, AB32. AB32 committed California to cap its carbon emissions in a matter…


Tips for Teenagers

This guest blog comes from Eva, a student at Colony High School in Alaska.

Mrs. Welsh, Colony High School’s recycling adviser, hopes that recycling levels will rise, saying, “We want…


Bye, Bye Oil: The Future of Cars

Seemingly a concept out of science fiction novels, the world may soon be using cars operated not from oil, but rather the smallest element on the periodic table, hydrogen. As a matter of fact,…


Hands Across the Sand: End Offshore Drilling

Earth Day Network and Partners Draw a Line in the Sand

This past Saturday, June 26, Earth Day Network joined Dave Rauschkolb, dozens of groups and tens of thousands of…


Whaling update: a victory for the whales

Earth Day Network and Partners defeat a closed door whaling deal that would have legalized whaling.

Shortly before the 40th anniversary of Earth Day, Japan, Norway, and Iceland proposed a deal…


Earth Day Network Facilitates Environmental Education Workshop in Mexico

Last week I travelled to Jalpan de Serra, México, to facilitate an environmental educators’ training workshop hosted by the Earth Center of the Sierra Gorda Biosphere Reserve.

The kind…


Paper or Plastic?

In a pioneering move, California politicians voted recently to ban single-use plastic bags in supermarkets and convenience stores in an effort to reduce pollution caused by the bags (sometimes…


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