Earth Day is April 22! We’re excited to share many opportunities with you to celebrate and engage!
-questions. Join us for a Twitter chat on April 22 at 2 pm ET. The discussion will be about climate change and what we can all do to save energy, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and help protect the planet. Follow hashtag #AskEPA
-tips. On Monday April 22 Earth Day, tweet why protecting the environment is important to you. Tweet using hashtag #EPAtips.
Find events near you. Check out the Earth Day website for events and things you can do to participate in and celebrate Earth Day!
Stay safe! If you’re outdoors on Earth Day (or any day), protect yourself and your family from sun overexposure. Remember, the sun in April is as strong as the sun in August, even if the air feels cool. Use a sunblock of SPF 30 or higher. Get more sun safety tips.
Habla español? Aprenda más acerca del Día del Planeta Tierra y de lo que usted puede hacer para ayudar a proteger el medio ambiente. Escuche los podcasts ambientales. Inscrbase para recibir un consejo por correo electrnico en abril.
National Sustainable Design Expo (April 18-19). If you’re in Washington DC just before Earth Day, don’t miss seeing fascinating student and science projects about innovative ways to protect the environment. Free, on the National Mall.
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