Looking for ways to celebrate Earth Day?
Since April 22, 1970, people around the world have celebrated Earth Day with environmentally-minded projects: cleaning up neighborhoods and landmarks, raising awareness to protect ecosystems and animals, and educating others about how our daily actions impact our future.
We know edX students love to go above and beyond, so how will you educate yourself about the environment in order to be a more knowledgeable, conscientious global citizen? One idea: Enroll in these upcoming Environmental Science courses. Tweet at edX to let us know you’ve signed up and include the hashtag #EarthDay.
Preparing for the AP* Environmental Science Exam – Part 4: Exam Review — Rice University
A fantastic resource for High School students preparing for their AP* Exam, and a great way for anyone and everyone to brush up on their knowledge of Environmental Science, this course will recap the prior 3 sections: The Living World, Populations, and Pollution and Resources.
Course started yesterday, April 21 – enroll now and start today!
Why do people think Climate Change is a ruse? Why does it matter that they do? How do you interpret data to draw your own conclusions, communicate your thoughts, and interact with people with differing opinions on climate? This course incorporates psychology and science to help you communicate with climate change deniers.
Course starts April 28 – Enroll now.
We’re about to face a global water crisis. Learn about water’s critical role in Earth’s ecosystems, as well as how we use water for drinking, power, and more.
Course starts May 5 – Enroll today.
Sustainability in Everyday Life — ChalmersX
How do you incorporate your environmental know-how into your day to day? How will you take action to preserve our planet for future generations? This course will teach you how to live a more eco-friendly life.
Starts May 25 – Enroll today.
*AP Environmental Science is a registered trademark of the College Board, which was not involved in the production of, and does not endorse, this product.
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