Local: Earth Day annual average temperature trends
As COVID-19 has shown, we are all connected on one Earth. Science-guided information and swift actions are essential, both individually and collectively—key lessons for climate change too.
One way to advance solutions is to talk about them. This Earth Week, the Covering Climate Now initiative is hosting a “Joint Coverage Week” for climate change solutions.
We’ve also updated our popular city trends package, plotting annual temperatures since the first Earth Day 50 years ago.
And for those looking to engage audiences from afar, we’ve compiled some content that’s fit for Environmental Education Week (also April 20-24) and beyond.