Earth Day Impact Report

by | May 22, 2017

Here is a snapshot of Earth Day 2017 and what a global community accomplished together: Based on science and facts, we’re building a world that promotes fluency in climate science, and empowers people everywhere to act boldly and protect our planet. In Washington DC, Earth Day Network hosted the flagship Earth Day March for Science event on the National Mall.

  • 150,000+ marchers
  • 1.3 million online viewers
  • 600+ major marches worldwide in cities
  • Thousands more March for Science satellite events on every continent

Across the world. Earth Day Network:

  • Worked with over 50,000 partners in 158 countries
  • Created 5 teach-in toolkits, each translated into 4 languages to reach millions of people worldwide
  • Engaged 75% of U.S. Senators and U.S. Representatives in Earth Day actions;
  • Received formal proclamations from 72 Mayors worldwide
  • Supported events in 12 U.S. Embassies and 9,668 local governments
  • Reached 45,000 U.S. K-12 teachers and hundreds of thousands of students with the Climate Education Week toolkit
  • Recorded 120,000 Acts of Green in China alone;
  • Logged 3 million viewers onto Earthday.org
  • Pope Francis, Dalai Lama, Bill Nye, Anil Kapoor, Katy Perry and more all tweeted about Earth Day
  • Counted 13 million new trees to be planted towards the Canopy Project

Over 1 billion people participated in Earth Day 2017! But action to support environmental protection cannot happen just one day each year. That’s why EDN will continue working year-round to help reach our goals. Earth Day has become the single greatest opportunity to galvanize the world around the value of a clean and healthy environment. As we face the urgent and complex environmental issues in the 21st century, now more than ever we need to seize the opportunity of Earth Day and build a global community that internalizes and prioritizes environmental protection and secures a safe, healthy future. As always, we count on your support to make our work possible. On behalf of all Earth Day Network staff, please accept my sincerest thanks for your commitment.

  • Dan Abrams, Global Director of Earth Day

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