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It’s Earth Day

On April 22nd over a billion people around the world will be taking part in Earth Day. This is an opportunity for each and every member of the planet to think about the biosphere and what we should be doing to help preserve it. This year’s theme is The Face Of Climate Change and Earth Day organisers are collecting and displaying images of people, animals, and places that are directly affected or threatened by climate change.

To join the movement just upload your photos depicting The Face of Climate Change and spread the word on social media: #faceofclimate.

If you are teacher you can incorporate Earth Day into your lessons. The TES have a whole host of useful teaching resources that have been hand picked to help students understand the planet and how to sustain it for the future. Just click here to access them.

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Posted on April 21, 2013, in 6. Biodiversity, 9. Maintaining Biodiversity, Endangered Species, Science Events and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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