Earth Day Extravaganza: A Series from The Blue & Gold

Keegan Brooks, Editor

Happy Earth Day!

First held more than fifty years ago on April 22, 1970,  Earth Day is described as an “annual celebration honouring the achievements of the environmental movement and raising awareness of the importance of long-term ecological sustainability” by Encyclopaedia Britannica.

The Blue & Gold is celebrating the occasion with a series of articles concerning Earth Day and related environmental topics. We will be updating this page throughout Earth Day with our newest pieces:

Take an Interactive Earth Day Quiz

What Extinct Species Would You Bring Back? Earth Day Polls and More

Hannah Hunter: Digital Sound Archives Can Bring Extinct Birds (Briefly) Back to Life

Richard B. Rood: How Fast Can We Stop Earth From Warming?

Simon Appolloni: Six Ways to Build Resilience and Hope into Young People’s Learning About Climate Change

Robert Lempert and Elisabeth Gilmore: Climate Change Will Transform How We Live, But These Tech and Policy Experts See Reason for Optimism