Our 2017 campaign is focused on cultivating the next generation of environmental leaders through outdoor play. It only takes one look at an EarthPLAY event to understand how our programs foster ingenuity, discovery, experimentation, invention, engineering — play is science in action.
If you can’t play for science this Earth Day, we hope you march for science. The dialogue around climate change must continue — this requires a deep, ongoing respect for the scientific community and its findings, at the highest levels of government.
The March for Science is happening this year on Earth Day (April 22nd), with the main event in Washington, DC, and satellite marches taking place in cities around the world, including Toronto, Ottawa, St. John’s and Edmonton.
To see if there’s a March in your city, check our events calendar!