New Resources for Earth Month (April) and Earth Day (22 April) 2021
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The Nature Conservancy
This Earth Day, we’re celebrating the people speaking up for nature and making positive change for our environment. See some of their stories below, by following #SpeakUpForNature on social media and by joining us for our virtual Earth Day event, "Change Starts Here."
Earth Day Live
From April 20-22, join the world’s leaders for Earth Day 2021. Earth Day Live: Restore Our Earth will be streamed live at 12PM ET on April 22 via earthday.org, Facebook, Twitter, Twitch, YouTube, and GEM-TV. Click here for the date and time in your local area
Visit the Earth Day website for events, context, resources and much more
Earth Day 2021 resources from Catholic Health include this reflective video (1:26)
Additional resources from CHA USA can be found here
Creation Care Webinars
A list of upcoming webinars on Creation themes and how to register for these can be found on this site. Links to access recently archived online webinars on creation themes are also provided.
Recordings from Laudato Si' + Conference Now Online
The Laudato Si+ online conference held 15-17 March brought together a range of international speakers and a number of Sisters of Mercy
Creation Justice Ministries Resource for Earth Day 2021
The 2021 Earth Day resource on the theme 'A New Heaven and a New Earth' is now available for download at no cost. You are required to provide your contact details in order to download the resource.
On Care for Our Common Home: RE Syllabus
A fully-illustrated 12-week course designed for RE classes for students aged 16-18 years.
Download for free. There is an online form you need to fill out in order to receive the download to monitor how it’s used and its success.
2021 Earth Day Program from Catholic Climate Covenant
Catholic Climate Covenant’s new 2021 Earth Day interactive program, ‘Restore Our Common Home’ is now available at no charge by filling out the download form
The program contains prayers, readings, discussion questions, a short video, and suggested activities.