Illustrated poster depicting people watering an Earth-shaped tree (State Dept./D. Thompson)

For Earth Day 2021, download this free poster

Earth Day, first marked in the United States in 1970, has grown into a worldwide movement. Download our Earth Day poster.
People in brightly colored costumes dancing (© Sanjeev Verma/Hindustan Times/Getty Images)

U.S. supports climate change action at Jaipur Literature Festival

The U.S. Embassy in New Delhi sponsored a session on Jonathan Safran Foer's latest book about climate change at this year's Jaipur Literature Festival.
Color-coded map showing Earth's temperatures (NASA’s Scientific Visualization Studio/Lori Perkins/Kathryn Mersmann)

How NASA fights climate change from space

NASA's satellites and other precise measuring tools are informing the U.S. government's renewed effort to fight climate change.
President Biden standing behind lectern next to screen showing Justin Trudeau (© Evan Vucci/AP Images)

U.S. and Canada: Strong partners, shared values

The leaders of the United States and Canada are bolstering their nations' partnership with a focus on fighting climate change and ending the pandemic.
Smokestack seen through brush on field with setting sun in background (© Charlie Riedel/AP Images)

Kerry: We all must be ambitious to tackle climate change

Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry affirmed the United States' commitment to working with all countries to fight climate change.
WInd turbines standing offshore (© Michael Dwyer/AP Images)

Biden takes bold steps to fight climate change

President Biden is deepening America's commitment to fighting climate change. Learn how the United States is tackling this global challenge.
Iceberg in water (© John McConnico/AP Images)

U.S. return to Paris Agreement marks renewed climate commitment

The United States is rejoining the Paris Agreement, renewing the nation's leadership in tackling the global threat of climate change.
Illustration of satellite moving above Earth (NASA/JPL)

NASA launches U.S.-European satellite mission to monitor global sea levels

A U.S.-European mission sent a satellite into space to collect information about rising sea levels that will help scientists and first responders.
Male and female hiker walking through giant redwood forest (© Shutterstock)

America has deep roots in reforestation

Did you know that reforestation programs have been around in the United States for more than 100 years? Learn about that legacy and how it helps the world.