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Earth Day 2024

Join us in celebrating the inspiring work of young changemakers. See how you can act for planet Earth today.

5 elephants interact on a grassy plain, with 2 adult elephants linking their trunks.
The Playful Family Members of a herd of Indian elephants interact at Jim Corbett National Park in the Uttarakhand state of India. © Yogesh Bhatia/TNC Photo Contest 2022

This Earth Day, do your part.

We all can make positive change for this amazing planet we call Earth. The achievements of young changemakers can inspire us all to do our part to help create a better future.

April 22 is Earth Day! Let’s celebrate and find the leader in each of us, so that every day can be Earth Day.

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Young Leaders Connect for Conservation (3:49) The National Geographic Society and The Nature Conservancy have joined forces to offer young adults from across the globe a leadership experience to equip them with the knowledge, tools and relationships to seek solutions and take action for nature.

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