BE THE CHANGE
SIGN THE FLORIDA CLIMATE PLEDGE
We, the youth, can be a force of nature to call our business community and elected officials to take concrete action to stop climate change. These are uncertain times as the world navigates the COVID-19 health crisis and we take the measures needed to keep our communities healthy and safe. Following the science with a united effort will flatten the curve to cope with this pandemic. This is the same action necessary to mitigate the climate crisis.
These signatures will be delivered to Governor DeSantis and our State and Federal Senators. Share the pledge on social media.
COVID-19 has taught us that when humanity unites, we can prevail. Unite behind the science. And stay safe. Because there is no Planet B. We all just have to do something. –Will Charouhis, Founder of We Are Forces of Nature
PARTICIPATE IN A 1 MINUTE DAILY ACTION FROM HOME TO SAVE OUR PLANET
Join Earth Day Network in a series of daily challenges leading up to April 22 that people can participate in from their own homes. It’s a good time to take individual action to minimize our carbon footprint.
JOIN OUR EARTH DAY CHALLENGE
Take these 5 actions to be more sustainable from home as we ring in the 50th anniversary of Earth Day.
Roots & Shoots is the youth program of the Jane Goodall Institute, created to empower young people to create positive change in their communities. This year, Roots & Shoots is doing a virtual Earth Day Challenge running from April 16-22, including daily actions from a carbon emissions quiz to learning about food waste to sharing tasty plant-based recipes.
You can sign up for the challenge here!
LIVE STREAM WITH FORCES OF NATURE AND THE U.S. CLIMATE STRIKE COALITION
The U.S. Climate Strike Coalition is a collaboration of environmental organizations that all work together to organize climate strikes from coast to coast. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, we are organizing an event called “Earth Day Live.” Beginning on April 22, the Coalition will be hosting a three-day live stream, which will include educational webinars, musical guests, and celebrities.
Each day of the live stream has its own theme, the first focusing on the youth-led climate strike movement, the second on climate financing, and the third on empowering voters. COVID-19 has focused us on the need to come together. We can use this time, and Earth Day as our reminder, on the need to take collective action on the climate to protect our future.” You can RSVP to the live stream here.