EarthX is dedicated to discovering, researching and innovating practices that impact and reshape our world through environmental education and awareness.
To create a sustainable future, we must educate our students on the impact that our actions have on our world today.
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Lesson Plans are available for each grade from Kindergarten through 8th Grade. High School Lesson Plans are a single set that can be used for any grade from 9-12.
The downloads are FREE and available to all accredited teachers and educators who REGISTER with EarthX. These lessons were created in partnership with Big Thought and are sponsored by Santander Bank.
EarthX is proud to issue a CALL FOR ENTRIES for the 2021 Eco-Art Competition for Student Artists in grades K through 12. The theme for the competition is No Time to Waste.
EarthX is proud of the 2020 EarthX Eco-Art Competition Contributors and Winners. A huge THANK YOU to all of the Eco-Artists who participated.
The Planet911Challenge in collaboration with Instagram and Creative Visions has closed for submissions.
Congratulations to the winners:
Check back soon to find out about our next Planet911 Film challenge and other EarthxFilm Youth Opportunities.
Even if you missed the Planet911Challenge you can still join the EarthxFilm Youth Reports team and become a Planet911 Reporter.
EarthxFilmYouth Reports is a video series produced by EarthxFilm for the virtual EarthxFilm Festival (April 22-27, 2020) celebrating the 50th anniversary Earth Day. EarthxFilmYouth Anchors (ages 10-22) will have the opportunity to interview environmental experts, climate activists, and planet heroes through Zoom. Planet911 Reporters (ages 10-22) will submit short videos showcasing various environmental issues impacting their community to be included in the virtual EarthxFilm Festival showcase. Environmental experts will have the opportunity to be interviewed and to share their knowledge with our EarthxFilmYouth Anchors.
Some of our initial reports include interviews with youth activists like Taegen Yardley and youth from One Up Action, Earth Guardians, March For Science, Zero Hour, The Story of Plastic Filmmaker Deia Schosberg and Perfect World Foundation Co-Founder Lars Jacobsson. Here is a list of some of our EarthxFilm Youth Reports created for EarthxFilm 2020.
Find a detailed description of each segment and more information about the youth who have participated to date.
EarthxFilm offers internships to high school students in summer and year-round to college students. Internships follow the school semester and college students must earn college credit. High School students receive volunteer service hours. To find out about internship opportunities at EarthxFilm, please take a look at the description for the most appropriate internship for you and apply below.
EarthxFilmYouth pairs Cub Reporters, students ages 10-22, with professional video teams. Each team helps educate youth about the basics of storytelling and video production. Youth who are interested in interviewing, reporting, filming with a camera or working as a production assistant will receive a hands-on experience that encourages their passion to make an impact.
To participate, youth under 18 must have a signed parental waiver on file if not participating during a field trip. The experience will take approximately 45 minutes.
The finished news-style promos will be about 1-minute and can be used by exhibitors to promote themselves on social media. Check out some of last year’s videos here!
Attention Parents, Teachers and School Administrators:
Bring your class or the entire school for a field trip to EXPO Earthx2021. It is a learning environment that will get them excited about protecting the earth and teach them hundreds of ways they can make it a part of their lives.
EarthX offers opportunities for young students to be a part of creating a wonderful opportunity to exhibit their ideas and innovations and interact with other like minded community members. They can explore green careers and college programs and earn service learning hours while helping to create awareness for sustainability and conservation of our planet’s resources.
EarthxHack is a hackathon designed to inspire you to use technology to solve real issues plaguing the world today. We want to provide a space to help inspire creative thinking, so you can create inspirational ideas that can be implemented on a global scale. We encourage you to come and join us make new things!
We look forward to hosting you at EarthxHack, taking place at the world’s largest environmental experience, Earthx2020. Join us to show off your skills, meet amazing people and help make a difference for the future.
Teachers, here’s an opportunity to get yourself and your students engaged and involved in Earthx2021 and earn volunteer and community service hours while learning about the latest eco-‐friendly initiatives, discoveries, research, innovations, policies, and practices reshaping our world.
This year EarthX expects to break all previous attendance records and we need volunteers to work with programs and activities appealing to a wide range of knowledge levels and interests – from providing logistics support at events to enlightening children on how best to make a positive difference in the world.
The world is using a crazy amount of plastic to-go containers that end up in our oceans and landfills - millions every day! Let’s say NO to styrofoam and plastic COntainers and redirect all that effort and energy towards finding better solutions that use biodegradable and low-impact re-usable materials.
Over 500 million plastic straws are used every day in the U.S. Once they are discarded, single-use plastic straws, which are made from petroleum, require over 200 years to break down, which effectively adds to plastic debris in our landfills and the plastic already covering one third of the world’s oceans.
Add your name to our list of environmentally conscious businesses and Earthlings who are determined to remove single-use plastics from the environment.