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Earthcast Echo - Webcasts During The Year

During the year, we will be webcasting live on various topics. Please join us by listening to the stream and participating in the chat room. (Past events are posted below.)In the past, we have interviewed Col. Joe Kittinger. He holds the record for the longest free fall from 19 miles! His height record was just broken. Students also interviewed Gregory Whitney, NASA, Flight Director. He is also a former student from our school, Rye Jr High School, in Rye, NH. (Sheila Adams - Webcaster)

Facebook | Earth Days Social Screening

The Social Screening of Earth Days is THIS SUNDAY at 8pm EST. Watch the full film right here on Facebook, before it airs on PBS. You'll be able to chat in real time with other participants, and with director Robert Stone and AMERICAN EXPERIENCE executive producer Mark Samels. via facebook.com

Watch this event LIVE tonight on Facebook! Don't miss this chance to watch this with a social stream, chat, and opportunity to chat with the director.

Participate in Earthcast 2010 - A Few Simple Ways

Are you interested in contributing to Earthcast 2010 on Thursday, April 22nd, 2010, but you aren't willing to commit to a 30-60 minute time block?

Here are a few VERY simple ways to get involved:

1. Leave a comment on our project voicethread. We will play these comments live at some point during the 24 hour webcastathon on Earth Day.

2. Join in live via cell phone/telephone.

2010 Earthcast Voicethread

Earthcast 2008 PSA

  
Download now or listen on posterous EARTHCAST 2008 INTRO.mp3 (437 KB)

This is the audio clip that we used to promote the Earthcast project back in 2008. Youth and adults from around the world submitted short little audio clips and Jason Robershaw mixed them together to create this audio clip.  Jason then added this audio clip to the video that he created and posted the finished PSA at YouTube: 

 

The Earthbridges Community and the Earthcast 2010 Team is looking for help creating similar promo and PSA pieces for this year's Earthcast. Contact us if you are interested!

 

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Tokyo tower thrown into darkness for Earth Hour

TOKYO, March 27 (Xinhua) -- The usually brightly illuminated iconic landmark Tokyo Tower were thrown into darkness at 8:30 p.m. Saturday to join this year's Earth Hour global environmental campaign.

The move came along with some 125 countries and regions where people shut off their lights for one hour to highlight a commitment to tackling climate change.

Besides Tokyo Tower, the southwestern Japanese port city of Hiroshima is an active participant, where the Hiroshima Peace Memorial went dark at the same time, local media reported.

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by Dr. Radut