This week is the National Environmental Education Week (EE Week)! What a great thing. It really is important to celebrate the environment. EE Week is celebrated annually the week prior to Earth Day. Earth Day is celebrated around the world on April 22. What are your plans?
Here's what's happening at the Museum of the Earth:
Earth Day Programming
This Earth Day celebrate the planet with Museum of the Earth!
Saturday, April 17
Join us at Syracuse's Rosamond Gifford Zoo's Party for the Planet.
Thursday, April 22 - Noon
PRI's Trisha Smrecak will give a lecture "Climate Change: Past, Present, and Future" at TC3 in Dryden, NY.
Thursday, April 22 - 6 p.m. reception, 6:30 p.m. lecture
An evening lecture at the Museum of the Earth entitled "The Revolution in Sustainability Education" by Peter Bardaglio, senior fellow at Second Nature, a non-profit committed to the promotion of sustainability in higher education. Tickets $10. Learn more by visiting our website.
Saturday, April 24 - 10 a.m. to Noon
Earth centric activities for the whole family at the Museum of the Earth
Satruday, April 24 - Noon
A special Natural History at Noon lecture in the Museum Classroom given by PRI's Warren Allmon, Rob Ross, and Trisha Smrecak, authors of the new book Climate Change: Past, Present, and Future. The book will be available for purchase and a book signing will occur after the talk.