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Catch Our Earth Day Live Chat Line Up!

On Earth Day, people across the globe reflect on our planet and our environment, they come together to keep them clean and healthy, and to make positive changes within and beyond our communities.

Colorado Rockies by Roberta Lamons

This Earth Day You Shared Your Earth

We’ve been marking the 45th annual Earth Day Celebrations by sharing the natural world around you. Thank you all for the stunning, inspiring, and gorgeous photos you sent to us. Let’s spend the rest of the day (and week, and year) being kind to the earth and each other.

Sunlight over Mississippi

Today’s Earth Day, So Share Your Earth!

Today marks the 45th birthday of Earth Day! We’re celebrating the global event by asking you to share photos of the natural world around you. Take photos of the environment where you live, send them to more@explore.org and we’ll feature many of them on explore.org!

Earth Day

Celebrate Earth Day: whether you’re watching the sunrise over Waimea Bay in Hawaii, or greeting osprey family Rachel and Steve as they catch a fresh fish for lunch, make it a point today to connect with the natural world. How will you celebrate nature today? Did you make an Earth Day pledge or personal resolution? Post it to our Facebook page or Tweet

SOS (That’s “Save Our Sea Ice” In Polar Bear Language)

/ Post by Polar Bears International Polar Bears International’s Save Our Sea Ice (SOS!) campaign focuses attention on the urgent challenges polar bears face in a changing Arctic—with longer and longer ice-free periods threatening their survival—and the part each of us can play in stopping global warming. The campaign features a series of energy-saving efforts that begin on International