NASA Earth science studies our planet all day, every day. On Earth Day April 22, we take time to celebrate this wondrous planet with special discussions, events (virtual) and activities. NASA’s Earth science also goes on year-round, and we continuously create videos, activities, news and more to tell the story of what is happening on and with our planet – and all always offered free and open to the public.
NASA's Applied Sciences Program puts Earth observations to work. We're part of NASA's Earth Science Division and use unique global observations from space, air, sea and on land to help us better understand our planet’s interconnected systems.
Earth Day 2021
- NASA's Virtual Earth Day Event - April 21-24
- Get Social with NASA on Earth Day 2021 - #ConnectedbyEarth
- Earth Day 2021 poster - features work by the Capacity Building program area's DEVELOP program.
- Earth Day Connections: NASA Investigates Vegetation - features NASA Harvest
- Earth Day Connections: NASA Study Predicts Less Saharan Dust in Future Winds - features Health and Air Quality work in Puerto Rico
- Earth Day Connections: Downstream Consequences: How NASA Satellites Track Harmful Algal Blooms - features Water Resources.
- Earth Day resources from the Disasters program area, including live chats with NASA disasters researchers
- Earth Day Connections: NASA Data Helps Builds Resilience as Disasters Grow More Intense - features Disasters program area.
updated April 15, 2021