Additional Resources


TckTckTck is the public campaign of the Global Campaign for Climate Action. The GCCA has partnered with Earth Day Network to mobilize communities worldwide to advocate for a sustainable future through the Renewable Energy for All campaign. Positive Energy Parties allows individuals and organizations the opportunity to get involved in the Renewable Energy for All campaign and will offer a chance for community members to voice their concerns about our energy system and work to promote renewable energy resources.

To access the resources and information about hosting you own Positive Energy Party click here!


Marching is one of the ways young people who are fighting for their planet can join together with a united voice and call for global change. Earth Day Network has partnered with iMatter March to host a rally at our big Earth Day Network event on the National Mall and you can find more information on this event by visiting .If you can't join us in DC, it's easy to pull together a march to the Earth Day event closest to you.

To access resources and information about how you can get your students, schools, and communities involved in the iMatter Movement visit:


The mission of Recycle Hawai`i is to promote resource awareness and recycling enterprises in Hawai'i. To achieve this, we educate the community about sound resource management and recycling opportunities for a more environmentally sustainable future. Recycle Hawaii has a number of educational resources and programs that educators across Hawai’i and the rest of the world can get their students, schools, and communities involved in for Earth Day 2012.

To find out more information about Recycle Hawai’i and their educational resources visit:


Worldwatch Institute delivers the insights and ideas that empower decision makers to create an environmentally sustainable society that meets human needs. Worldwatch focuses on the 21st-century challenges of climate change, resource degradation, population growth, and poverty by developing and disseminating solid data and innovative strategies for achieving a sustainable society.

To find out more information about Worldwatch Institute and their international projects visit:


In 2011 the Green Living Project launched the Student Film Project contest to encourage students to document stories of sustainability in their own communities. Join them this year in their 2012 contest.


In 5 minutes or less, student short films should tell a unique and compelling story about a sustainability-related project. Winning films will be screened at GLP’s Washington D.C. Film Premiere on May 31st, and winners also receive gear and prizes up to $1,500 in value. Contest is open to 6th grade through graduate level students. Submit by May 25, 2012.

Visit Green Living Project for full contest details.