EARTHDAY.ORG, the largest organizer and recruiter for the environmental movement worldwide, has announced the launch of ‘Earth Week‘ to commemorate this year’s theme: Invest in Our Planet. Scheduled from April 14th to April 22nd, Earth Week will feature a series of Earth Day Live events and significant happenings in every time zone, making it EARTHDAY.ORG’s most ambitious effort to date.
Kathleen Rogers, President of EARTHDAY.ORG, emphasizes the importance of engaging governments, businesses, institutions, and the general public in the fight against climate change. Earth Week aims to bring together over 1 billion participants annually to build a new, sustainable society. In addition, Earth Day Live events will explore urgent environmental issues, such as climate restoration, regenerative agriculture, environmental and social justice, and more, featuring panelists from various sectors.
In addition to virtual events, EDO will collaborate with individuals and organizations worldwide to host thousands of in-person activities, including cleanups, rallies, celebrations, and protests. To find local events or learn more about Earth Day 2023, visit EARTHDAY.ORG’s website. In addition, participants can utilize the Earth Day 2023 Social Media Toolkit and Earth Day Action Toolkit to join the world’s most significant environmental movement.
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