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Earth Day webinar on April 22 geared toward students and educators
April 19, 2021
The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) is livestreaming a 40-minute webinar for students around the state on Earth Day, April 22.
EGLE Director Liesl Eichler Clark will host the event from 1 p.m. to 1:40 p.m. and provide an overview of the importance of Michigan's environment and the role we all play in protecting it.
In addition, the webinar will highlight three significant topics of environmental importance that will be addressed by EGLE experts:
- Climate Change - What is Michigan doing to address climate change, and how can you help?
- Drinking water - How does water get to your house, and how do we make sure it's safe to drink?
- Contaminated Property - How do we clean up contaminated sites in Michigan and make them usable again?
Educators are encouraged to use this webinar to help your students learn more about Michigan's environment and the importance of protecting it for future generations.
Teachers/students who are interested in attending the webinar can register ahead of time. After registering, an email will be sent with a link to use to log in at the time of the event.
Those who register but are unable to attend the live session will be sent a link to the recording following the event.
Photo caption: Earth Day 2021 logo