EARTHx is the world’s largest Earth Day event! EARTHx will take place April 20-22, 2018 at Fair Park Dallas and is free to the public.
2018 will be the 7th Earth Day event in Dallas, and will attract over 100,000 visitors.
Over 1,000 exhibitors representing many companies, non-profits, NGO’s, K-12 schools, colleges and universities, as well as politicians, filmmakers, and celebrities - all come together for this amazing event to celebrate our planet and collaborate on how we can protect our future for generations to come.
Students can get involved with EARTHx:
Educators can sponsor students to attend or exhibit at EARTHx:
Student Tours at Fair Park • Friday, April 20 • 10am-2p
The EARTHx mission is to create awareness for sustainability and conservation of our planet’s resources. Exhibits should draw attention to issues and solutions in the following areas (see curriculum for more resources and ideas):
Suggestions for activity, art project or game to draw attendees into your exhibit:
These are suggestions - your exhibit is up to you and your students! Please see the EARTHx curriculum for more ideas and resources.
Once accepted, you will be assigned a division. Only pre-approved projects or exhibits will be displayed at the 2018 EARTHx event.
To access EARTHx Teacher Resources, please complete the following form:Teacher Resource Form
With your contribution, K-12 students can do the following:
EARTHx, formerly EARTHx, is a 501(c)(3) nonproﬁt organization focused on environmental education and awareness. As the world’s largest annual forum, EARTHx showcases the latest initiatives, discoveries, research, innovations, policies and corporate practices that are reshaping the future.
Founded in 2011 by Dallas-based environmentalist, philanthropist & businessman Trammell S. Crow.