With the need for shelter at home, Earth Day 2020 has become harder to celebrate. However, there are many ways to observe all of our planet’s beauty right through your own screen. Here are some ways to do so.
This interactive experience allows you to explore five different parts of the Great Barrier Reef through videos, infographics and interactive activities.
2. Take A Virtual Flight Around The Globe
Use Google Earth to explore. Here are a few places to get you started! Or if you want to explore freely, click on the dice icon that says ‘I’m feeling lucky’ to go on a totally new adventure.
3. Watch A Documentary!
There are numerous documentaries that brilliantly capture the Earth’s beauty and how we interact with it. These are only a few recommendations from the many choices available online.
Available on Netflix:
Filmmakers Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud set out to explore the world's oceans.
An examination of how climate change impacts living creatures.
Night On Earth
Shows the beauty of the nocturnal world.
Available on Disney+:
A film to show the struggles of animal migrations around the world.
Bear Grylls shows the most extreme environments to show how animals evolve and survive.
America’s National Parks
Exploration of eight of America’s national parks.
Available on Hulu:
The story of Tilikum, a captive killer whale and the issues with the sea-park industry.
The Riot and the Dance: Earth
Dr. Gordon Wilson travels the world to celebrate all of the earth's creatures.
Focuses on the survival of Sita, a mother cheetah, and her cubs, as well as Mara, a lion cub whose parents are the rulers of their pride.
4. Explore America’s National Parks
Google Arts and Culture have teamed with the National Parks to give immersive virtual tours to some of America’s National Parks. Here are some of our favorites.