Greener Together

Social distancing may mean putting a pause on certain outdoor adventures. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t appreciate the natural world from the comfort of your own home. Consider watching some (or all) of these 14 nature films to make you feel like you are summiting a mountain or trekking through the Amazon.

Looking for a great book about nature? We got you covered. We asked some of our staff to share their favorites.

Guest blog from John Ammondson of Environment New Mexico about his daily neighborhood walks and reminders that he has found of nature all around us

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Kate Breimann
Advocate, Environment Maryland

Learning from home and need some additional resources? We're here to help! 

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Kate Breimann
Advocate, Environment Maryland

These are trying times, and we believe that nature nurtures. Join us every week for a chance to explore new conservation topics! 

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Wendy Wendlandt
Acting President, Environment America; Senior Vice President and Political Director, The Public Interest Network

Taking a socially-distanced walk around your neighborhood is a great way to get out of the house, stretch your legs, and see some of the wonder of the natural world in your own backyard. Here is a list of 10 ways to appreciate nature on a walk around your neighborhood.

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Kate Breimann
Advocate, Environment Maryland

Though the 2020 legislative session ended abruptly, we are proud of the work we did and the progress Marylanders made together.

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Kate Breimann
Advocate, Environment Maryland

Got some time on your hands? We need your help coming up with a design and a catchy slogan for our reusabe bags! 

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Kate Breimann
Advocate, Environment Maryland

Our testimony with Maryland PIRG in support of the Safe School Drinking Water Act

As people in my hometown of Madison, Wisconsin, and across the United States brace for weeks of school closures and social distancing, I am searching for ways to make the most of this challenging period. While our own health, essential needs, and family care arrangements are top of mind, we are also staring down the inevitability of long stretches of boredom. I’d love to help my step-kids fill this time by learning about the planet and how to protect it. So I asked my colleagues at Environment America to help me come up with a list of ideas.