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NASA's Earth Day #NoPlaceLikeHome
Get involved in highlighting the amazing places and landscapes on our home planet this Earth Day, 22 April, by posting photos and videos of your favorite place on Earth.  >>

Earth Day Celebrations Help Mark the 20th Anniversary of The GLOBE Program
Earth Day 2015 marks the 20th Anniversary of The GLOBE Program! This year, the international GLOBE Community is celebrating The GLOBE Program celebrate 20 years of bringing together students, teachers and scientists (through the GLOBE Schools Network) in support of student learning and research. Numerous celebrations for this special anniversary are going to be taking place around the planet – join in and help us celebrate!  >>

Youth Engagement at the World Forestry Congress!
The XIV World Forestry Congress in Durban, 7-11 September, offers youth a great opportunity to engage in scientific and policy deliberations like never before. Young people will be engaged throughout the Congress process, providing vital contributions that stem from debates among peers as well as inter-generational discussion on the most pressing issues facing forests and forestry.  >>

Join the GLOBE Data Entry Challenge
if you have old data sheets that you have not yet entered into the GLOBE database, please join this worldwide effort to enter those data now. If your data collection is up-to-date, then now is the time to collect and enter more data….online or through the new data entry mobile app, coming soon.  >>

Earth Day Network Marks the 45th Anniversary of Earth Day
This month, the Earth Day Network (EDN) will kick off U.S. and global activities on a massive scale to mark the 45th anniversary of Earth Day. Under EDN's leadership, Earth Day has grown from a single-day event to a year-round movement to promote sustainability.  >>

March 2015 News Brief
March 2015 News Brief  >>

Mar-2015 Letter to the Community
Mar-2015 Letter to the Community  >>

White House Screens Winning Film Created by GLOBE Students from Texas
Congratulations to GLOBE Students Allyson Edwards and Madison Jaco and GLOBE Teacher Audra Edwards of Hawkins High School, Hawkins, Texas, USA. Their film, "Generation Change," was selected as one of 15 films selected to be screened at the second White House Film Festival on March 20, 2015.  >>

YLACES Awards GLOBE Program Founding Chief Scientist with First YES Medal
YLACES (Youth Learning as Citizen Environmental Scientists) presented the founding Chief Scientist of The GLOBE Program, Dr. Barrett Rock, with the first Youth Environmental Science (YES) Medal. The award was presented by Dr. Dixon Butler, YLACES President, at the Annual Meeting of the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) in Chicago, Illinois this March.  >>

Opportunity for Maryland USA teachers
NASA is currently selecting a small cadre of Maryland teachers to participate in an exciting program that will help you integrate the Next Generation Science Standards and Common Core State Standards for your grade level with the Maryland Environmental Literacy standards.  >>