Earth Day 2022: NASA shares agenda, from climate change crisis to pollution | #NASAEarthling

    Earth Day 2022: NASA to hold an in-person as well as a virtual event comprising live talks, conversation with scientists, a learning zone for students and more. Know how to join.

    Earth Day is observed every year on April 22 to inform people around the world about the issues and problems that our planet is facing. From plastic pollution to biodiversity collapse to the climate change crisis, there are several issues that our planet is tackling. The day is celebrated globally to protect the planet from pollution and deforestation. Every year more than a billion people participate in the Earth Day celebration by getting involved in activities like cleaning their surroundings and planting trees. Best part is that you can join too. Read on to know how to do so.

    NASA too celebrates this day to cherish all the activities and steps taken to safeguard our planet. This year, the space agency will be hosting a free, public event at Union Station’s Main Hall, located at 40 Massachusetts Ave. NE in Washington. The event will take place from Friday, April 22 (Earth Day) through Sunday, April 24, between noon and 5 p.m. EDT. It will share information about NASA science, live demonstrations, and other family friendly activities.

    Not only in-person events, but NASA will also host Earth Day events online, with live events on April 22 and site access through Monday, May 2. As per the official statement of NASA, the virtual event will include live talks, conversation with scientists, a learning zone for students and other activities. To participate in the event, you can visit:

    “Connect with us this Earth Day on social media with the tag #NASAEarthling to show off what makes life on our planet truly special-you,” says NASA in a press release. On Earth Day, NASA will also display the collective images of the stunning breadth and variety of life that persists, survives, and thrives on Earth.

    Apart from these, NASA’s Science Mission Directorate has also shared that the 2022 Earth Day poster will be available to download in English and Spanish from an online toolkit. It will also include wallpapers and a special video from its creative director. This year’s poster will also have QR codes.

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