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September 2021

All We Can Save | Being Human by Naima Penniman

September 20, 2021 , 4:23 pm - 4:26 pm CDT
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Should I Buy an Electric Car?

September 20, 2021 , 4:26 pm - 4:29 pm CDT
So, you want to buy an electric car? I did…
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Conservation Talks – S1E1 – Ocean Conservation

September 20, 2021 , 4:29 pm - 5:01 pm CDT
Dive into ocean conservation with an esteemed panel dedicated to…
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EarthxConservation – S1E5 – Supporting Africa’s Rangers

September 20, 2021 , 5:01 pm - 5:17 pm CDT
Keynote: Andrew Campbell Watch on EarthxTV
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Conservation Hawks – CHROME

September 20, 2021 , 5:17 pm - 5:30 pm CDT
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Conservation in Action – S1E1 – Elephants: Land of Tusks

September 20, 2021 , 5:30 pm - 5:53 pm CDT
Hands-on participation in an ambitious project to translocation 100 elephants…
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Backyard Composting is a Large Climate Solution

September 20, 2021 , 5:53 pm - 6:01 pm CDT
Your garbage could be one of the largest climate change…
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Forces For Nature – S1E1 – Ben Lecomte

September 20, 2021 , 6:01 pm - 6:24 pm CDT
Ben Lecomte is no stranger to the ocean. Witness firsthand…
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The Radical History and Dockless Future of Bikeshares

September 20, 2021 , 6:24 pm - 6:30 pm CDT
This transit experiment is a cross between Uber and the…
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Our Living Oceans – S1E1 – Our Living Oceans

September 20, 2021 , 6:30 pm - 6:53 pm CDT
The journey begins on the 5-year Global Reef Expedition to…
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Electrify Your Home

September 20, 2021 , 6:53 pm - 6:57 pm CDT
One of the biggest contributors to climate change is your…
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Green Roofs Cool the Planet

September 20, 2021 , 6:57 pm - 7:00 pm CDT
Green roofs don’t just look cool, they can also help…
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Our Living Oceans – S1E2 – Reefs and Mapping

September 20, 2021 , 7:00 pm - 7:23 pm CDT
Erika talks to the scientists behind the largest collection of…
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After Hurricane Sandy, Hoboken rebuilt itself for climate change

September 20, 2021 , 7:23 pm - 7:30 pm CDT
Six years after Hurricane Sandy, Hoboken, New Jersey, is redesigning…
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Chez Laurence – S1E3 – Change From the Inside Out

September 20, 2021 , 7:30 pm - 7:53 pm CDT
Founded in France in 1987, Jouffre upholstery soon expanded to…
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How Can I Save the Earth?

September 20, 2021 , 7:53 pm - 8:00 pm CDT
Reggie talks about his childhood on the Navajo Nation reservation…
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Faith is Green – Jews and Food

September 20, 2021 , 8:00 pm - 8:46 pm CDT
For centuries, Jews have asked: is this food fit for…
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The Transit Experiment

September 20, 2021 , 8:46 pm - 8:53 pm CDT
Learn how this transit experiment that’s a lot like Uber.…
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Coal Country Climate Change

September 20, 2021 , 8:53 pm - 9:01 pm CDT
Mike a former coal miner who lives in West Virginia…
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#OvercomingOvershoot – S1E9 – Climate Realist’s Take on Overshoot

September 20, 2021 , 9:01 pm - 9:56 pm CDT
If activists are to inspire more than emotional release about…
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Climate Change in the Classroom

September 20, 2021 , 9:56 pm - 10:01 pm CDT
As a middle school science teacher in Dalton, Georgia, Sarah…
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E4 Transforming Power – S1E1 – Is Our Grid Ready for Climate Change?

September 20, 2021 , 10:01 pm - 10:24 pm CDT
In this episode, Host Trevor Jones discusses how recent severe…
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Make a Difference on Climate Change

September 20, 2021 , 10:24 pm - 10:30 pm CDT
Join Princella and George at a CCL conference and lobby…
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Kids in Conservation – S1E1 – Sea Creatures

September 20, 2021 , 10:30 pm - 10:55 pm CDT
Brooke learns about one of the most important ecosystems on…
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How Can I Save the Earth?

September 20, 2021 , 10:55 pm - 11:00 pm CDT
Reggie talks about his childhood on the Navajo Nation reservation…
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Sound the Call – Sound the Call

September 20, 2021 , 11:00 pm - 11:44 pm CDT
We Sound the Call to make a statement of unity…
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Conservation Hawks – Convergence

September 20, 2021 , 11:44 pm - September 21, 2021 , 12:00 am CDT
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Speak Up For The Ocean Blue – The State of Shark Science and Conservation

September 21, 2021 , 12:00 am - 1:01 am CDT
Sharks are under heavy pressures from fishing, bycatch, and finning,…
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Our Living Oceans – S1E1 – Our Living Oceans

September 21, 2021 , 1:01 am - 1:25 am CDT
The journey begins on the 5-year Global Reef Expedition to…
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Can I Have My Climate-friendly Seafood and Eat It, Too?

September 21, 2021 , 1:25 am - 1:30 am CDT
Climate-friendly seafood that you can eat? Watch on EarthxTV
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EarthxAustralia: Oceans Week

EarthxAustralia: Oceans Week

SYDNEY (June 2, 2020) –EarthX and the National Geographic Society will convene virtually to celebrate World Oceans Week from June 9-12 at EarthX.org. The June 12 program will be live-streamed from EarthxAustralia and focus on ocean programs across Oceania. EarthxOcean...

Earthx2020 Presents: Island Resilience Forum

Earthx2020 Presents: Island Resilience Forum

Island Leaders Discuss Climate Solutions and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals DALLAS, May 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The Island Resilience Forum at Earthx2020 convened heads of state, diplomats, researchers, poets and activists from around the world to...

Earthx2020 Presents EarthxEnergy: Renewables

Earthx2020 Presents EarthxEnergy: Renewables

Industry Leaders Convened at Earthx2020 to Discuss the Latest in Global Clean Technology and Responsible Energy Acquisition and Policy DALLAS, April 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- EarthxEnergy joined leading technology developers and energy policy experts in a series of...

Composting: A Cornerstone of Sustainable Living

Composting: A Cornerstone of Sustainable Living

Sustainable living: it’s a buzzword these days, something to both idolize and aspire toward.But with options ranging from installing solar panels on the roof to living plastic-free, finding the perfect starting project can be a challenge. The good news is:...

The Way of the Rain – Hope For Earth

The Way of the Rain – Hope For Earth

EarthX will host The Way of the Rain – Hope For Earth, a multidisciplinary environmental performance created and directed by Sibylle Szaggars Redford, in collaboration with Music Composer Tim Janis, Performance Film Artist Floyd Thomas McBee, with a special narration...

Delta Pledges $1 Billion To Become Carbon Neutral

Delta Pledges $1 Billion To Become Carbon Neutral

Delta Airlines aims to become the “first carbon neutral airline globally”, they've pledged to invest $1 billion over the next decade to reduce its environmental impact. “We have committed, starting March 1, to fully offset our emissions, the footprint we create from...

Smart Cities and the Environment

Smart Cities and the Environment

The “smart city” concept has become a fixture of forward-looking media coverage and is gaining traction with many cities around the globe initiating smart city projects. Technology is the foundation of smart cities. In practice this means information and communication...

Water Conservation Tips

Water Conservation Tips

We use water indoors and outdoors. It’s just as important to learn to conserve water on the outside of your home as inside. The article below shows what you can do to conserve water outdoors. Read here Written By: Kristi Davis

The Water Conservation Guide

The Water Conservation Guide

Water conservation is an issue that has become important to people everywhere, even in places where there seems to be an abundance of it. This is because our water supplies are depleting every day, so to prevent the loss of even more of this precious resource, we must...

Plastics: An Ocean Sized Problem

Plastics: An Ocean Sized Problem

The planet’s oceans are under siege. Increasing acidification is joining forces with other climate change impacts such as warmer ocean water, melting ice cover and a decrease in oceanic oxygen to increasingly harm marine life. These are all big picture issues that are...

Take Action for Rainforests

Take Action for Rainforests

The time is now to take action for the vital rainforests on our planet. In 2017, Rainforest Partnership launched the inaugural World Rainforest Day as a collaborative effort to raise awareness and motivate the public to save one of the Earth’s most precious resources,...

Reed Sternberg Interviews: Earthx2019

Reed Sternberg Interviews: Earthx2019

Listen to these podcasts and learn from Reed Sternberg's interviews at Earthx2019. Coast Watch Alliance's Deanna Richburg and Brad Riffe Texas Native Cats' Monica Morrison Plant with Purpose's Scott Sabin Rainforest Trust's Beth Bush Project Hollow Scene's Russ Ronat...

EPA Celebrates Children’s Health Month

EPA Celebrates Children’s Health Month

During October, the Environmental Protection Agency celebrated “Children’s Health Month.” The celebration included an updated report on children’s health and the environment and a number of initiatives, such as addressing lead in kid’s drinking water, highlighted by...

Reed Sternberg Interviews: Earthx2019

Reed Sternberg Interviews: Earthx2019

Hear Reed Sternberg of EarthX interview several colleagues at Earthx2019. Topics include wildlife conservation, clean capitalism, and preservation of the biosphere. Sally Coxe of The Bonobo Conservation Initiative Iñigo Orvañanos of EDUCA Rod Richardson of The Clean...

Methane: The Quiet Greenhouse Gas

Methane: The Quiet Greenhouse Gas

When the climate change discussion turns to greenhouse gasses, carbon dioxide (CO2) tends to dominate the headlines and generally suck the air out of the room. And rightfully so since according to the Environmental Protection Agency it accounted for 82% of U.S....