Earth Day

A screen grab of a presentation on Zoom. The presentation slide has on the left a small bird with a longish black beak speckled blue feathers and a red cheek and belly balancing on a stick in precipitation. The text reads: "NASA's Climate Change Definition: Climate change describes a change in the average soil conditions — such as temperature and rainfall — in a region over a long period of time. NASA scientists have observed Earth's surface is warming, and many of the warmest years on record have happened in the past 20 years." Across the top, a dog, a woman in a green field, the inside of two offices, and avatar of plants.

Catherine Clarkin, from the Office of Education and Public Engagement, presents “Your Invisible Footprint: What Steps Can You Take?” to classrooms and other participants on Earth Day 2021.

Celebrate Earth Day with Fermilab! Learn about sustainability and environmental justice at the lab or go on a virtual prairie walk with the lab’s ecologist. Please register at https://eshq.fnal.gov/atwork/earth/

In preparation for this year’s Earth Day Fair, we are asking for your help in collecting empty disposable water bottles.  The week of April 1, there will be collection boxes in the cafeteria and near the elevators in Wilson Hall for empty water bottles. If you have an empty water bottle to recycle, please use these collection points. Water bottles only please. Do not crush and leave caps on. We appreciate everyone’s help!

Thursday, April 25, will be this year’s Earth Day Fair.  Please join us from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Wilson Hall atrium to see live animals from the Willowbrook Wildlife Center, get information on Fermilab’s bat conversation program, win prizes, play games and more.  We will also be collecting clothing, purses and shoes for donation to Mutual Ground. The collection will be for summer and fall items for women, babies, kids and young men. Please be sure that…

In preparation for this year’s Earth Day Fair, we are asking for your help in collecting empty disposable water bottles.  The week of April 1, there will be collection boxes in the cafeteria and near the elevators in Wilson Hall for empty water bottles. If you have an empty water bottle to recycle, please use these collection points. Water bottles only please. Do not crush and leave caps on. We appreciate everyone’s help!

For the 2019 Earth Day Fair, the Environmental Protection Group is asking for your help. EPG is looking for your best photos depicting the Site’s ecological resources, environmentally responsible activities or sustainable initiatives. Three photos will be selected by EPG to be used for the 2019 Earth Day Fair signs. Please submit your photos by 2/15/2019 at the following link (You will need your services name and password for access). We look forward to seeing all the amazing submittals. https://fermipoint.fnal.gov/organization/eshq/earth/SitePages/Home.aspx

For the 2019 Earth Day Fair, the Environmental Protection Group is asking for your help. EPG is looking for your best photos depicting the Site’s ecological resources, environmentally responsible activities or sustainable initiatives. Three photos will be selected by EPG to be used for the 2019 Earth Day Fair signs. Please submit your photos by 2/15/2019 at the following link (You will need your services name and password for access). We look forward to seeing all the amazing submittals. https://fermipoint.fnal.gov/organization/eshq/earth/SitePages/Home.aspx

The 2018 Earth Day Fair is just around the corner.  And to help keep everyone informed, the Environmental Protection Group has developed an Earth Day Fair website.  The website will provide details for all of the upcoming activities at Fermilab surrounding Earth Day, as well as helpful at home tips for recognizing Earth Day every day of the year.  Please take a peek and we hope to see everyone at this year’s fair! http://eshq.fnal.gov/atwork/earth/