April 20 Events and Video from Past Events

April 20, 2024 Schedule

Plan a visit to New London Farm

You can make a reservation for a visit to New London Farm, an urban oasis in Snellville owned by two Decatur residents. Their resident animals provide a unique experience.

Enjoy online some of the events and talks from the past:

Georgia Drawdown Videos

People on the Margins Series:

Environmental Racism Talk by Whitney Brown of Georgia Interfaith Power and Light

Energy Equity Talk by Daniel Blackman

Food Insecurity/Food Justice Talk by Natasha Dyer of City of Atlanta

Environmental Advocacy Talk by Brionté McCorkle of Georgia Conservation Voters

Water Justice Talk by Jackie Echols of South River Watershed Alliance

Emory Climate Talks

Redlining's Impact on Environmental Justice (National Center for Civil and Human Rights National Panel: Charles Lee, Dr. Vivek Shandas, Cate Mingoya, Dr. Robert Nelson)

Virtual Landscaping: From Lawns to Natives

Virtual Landscaping: Invasive Plant Identification Webinar with Trees Atlanta

Trees Atlanta Events

Earth Day Themed Events from the 50th anniversary in 2020:

Take the Earth Day 22 day Daily Challenge

Earth Day Live ... Watch the recordings viewed by millions of people around the world online in the three-day mobilization to stop the climate emergency (originally broadcast April 22-24). 

Earth Optimism Digital Summit videos (previously broadcast April 22-26)

Earth X Events (with National Geographic) videos (previously broadcast April 22-24)

Development without Displacement Sustainable Atlanta Roundtable (originally broadcast May 1)

"Climate Change: What's Next?" Simons Foundation Webinar with Katherine Hayhoe (originally broadcast May 15)

Ongoing monthly events:

Green Reads Book Club monthly discussion (Contact Liza to register: lmueller@gaconservancy.org)

Southface Sustainable Atlanta Roundtable

We are looking to reschedule the in-person Decatur Library events in celebration of Earth Day to the late summer/early fall. Stay tuned for those dates and times.

Former events (some recorded for later viewing):

April 7: Solve Climate by 2030 Power Dialog (see recording here)

April 16 Food Insecurity/Food Justice Talk by Natasha Dyer of City of Atlanta (recording at the link above from People on the Margins Series)

April 16-22 EarthX Conferences

April 17 12-2pm GPSEN's Sustainability Symposium

April 19 10:30am-12:30pm Andrew Revkin's COVID Weekly Cooldown Recharge Webcast (recording at link)

April 22 12-1pm "Is COVID-19 a natural response to the climate crisis?" Plus "Truth in 10"

April 22 2-3:30pm Called to Act and Adapt: Faith-Based Climate Adaptation Town Hall

April 22 3-4pm Emory Climate Talk with artist Alexis Rockman

April 22 6-7pm Alpine Twilight with expert panel hosted by German and Swiss Consulates and Climate Reality

April 22-26 March for Science Earth Week events