The 50th Anniversary of Earth Day is fast approaching (April 22) and the COVID-19 pandemic has many people spending more time indoors than normal. Stay connected to our planet and emerging environmental science and policy with these great online events in April.

Monday, April 13 at 7 p.m.

Sustaining our World Lecture with Author Tim Egan: Using the Power of Nature to Forge a New National Narrative

Free; please RSVP 

Wednesday, April 15 at 12:30 p.m.

Nature & Health Speaks with PhD Student Carly Gray: Nature Interaction and Human Well-being: A Hypothesized Model of Feeling a Sense of Presence in Nature

Free; Registration Required

Thursday, April 16 at 9 a.m.

EESI Climate Adaptation Data Week with Climate Impacts Group Director Amy Snover: Bridging the Gap Between Science and Decision-Making

Free; Registration Required

Thursday, April 16 at 7 p.m.

UW Botanic Gardens: Gardening with the Seasons: Spring

$28; Registration Required

Wednesday, April 22 AT 2 p.m.

History Department Lecture with Historian Jennifer Thomson: Gaia has a Fever

Free; Registration Required

THURSDAY, April 23 AT 12 p.m.

UW Medicine Grand Rounds: Duty to Train: The Role of Education in Mitigating the Impact of Climate Change of Health

Free; Registration Required

Tuesday, April 28 at 12:30 p.m.

UW Botanic Gardens Master Pruner Series: Pruning Art or Atrocity?

$35; Registration Required

program on climate change spring virtual speaker series

Are you a member of the Program on Climate Change community?  Or would you like to be?  Propose a short talk for their spring virtual speaker series, or join them for the series once dates are set.