Press Present! Find out the origin of Earth Day and why we celebrate it!
Press Play! Demonstrations and more during the First Earth Day, observed April 22, 1970. Video from American Experience: “Earth Days.”
Press Play! Mother Nature speaks up for itself!
Press Play! In this video segment adapted from NOVA/FRONTLINE, experts estimate the amount of energy that is burned during daily activities, and how much CO2 those activities contribute to the atmosphere.
Press Play! Learn how to reduce your carbon footprint and save money! The four girls in “The Green Team” learn about how different forms of energy are all linked and how the release of fossil energy leads to climate change.
Press Launch, then press play! In the future, your car might indirectly power your refrigerator. Electric cars are becoming more and more common, and engineers are investigating how these vehicles can feed power back to the electric grid.
Press Launch! Inspired by content from the upcoming PBS series EARTH A New Wild, the Ecosystem Explorer is a collection of videos, games, and infographics designed to take students deep into the ecosystems of three thrilling animals: vultures, wolves, and sharks.
Press Play! This group of students convinced decision-makers to ban plastic bags in their town after they realized the negative impact the bags have on the ocean and sea life.