The international theme of Earth Day 2021 is 'Restore Our Earth,' and the call to action couldn’t be more critical. As the world takes the first steps in emerging from the global pandemic, we have an opportunity to build a cleaner and brighter future for us all. The science is clear, and birds are telling us that we need to act now to save the places that both people and wildlife need to survive. Get involved this Earth day with these activities and events:
Find out which local birds are at risk and how you can help with Audubon's Birds and Climate Visualizer.
Attend this virtual event hosted by Alaska Wilderness League: Geography of Hope episode with Alaska Wilderness League: How grassroots efforts have protected the Arctic Refuge
Attend this virtual event hosted by Sitka Salmon Shares: The Last and Largest: Exploring the Tongass National Forest with Feature Film UNDERSTORY
Attend the KEEN music festival — A benefit concert for the Tongass National Forest
Find more activities at EarthDay.org
And check out this cool Endangered Forests StoryMap.