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On this date three years ago, we launched an ongoing campaign toward solving the most critical environmental issues of our time along with dozens of partner organizations, hundreds of millions of citizens across 7 continents, and you.
Live Earth 07.07.07: The Concerts for a Climate in Crisis, featured 24 hours of live music staged concerts in New York, London, Sydney, Tokyo, Shanghai, Rio de Janeiro, Johannesburg and Hamburg - as well as special broadcast events in Antarctica, Kyoto and Washington, DC - and featured feature more than 150 of the world's best music acts - a mix of both legendary music acts like The Police, Genesis, Bon Jovi and Madonna with the latest headliners like Kanye West, Kelly Clarkson, Black Eyed Peas and Jack Johnson.
Green architecture is always a refreshing site. But this stunning green home featured at inhabitat.com is nothing short of inspirational.
This Thursday, July 1st, artists, musicians and activists worldwide will unite to benefit those directly impacted by the Gulf Coast Oil Spill. Proceeds from all participating venues will be donated to The Gulf Restoration Network, a nonprofit committed to uniting and empowering people to protect and restore the natural resources of the Gulf Region for future generations.
Click here to watch video from the events.
Clean energy advocates and activists joined hands at hundreds of events on Saturday, in a display of unity against off-shore oil drilling and hopefulness for a clean energy future. Hands Across the Sand is a movement that is "not about politics; it is about protection of our coastal economies, oceans, marine wildlife, and fishing industry."
Nine of the 32 national teams in the World Cup are wearing state-of-the-art, lightweight jerseys made from 100 percent recycled plastic bottle
For football (soccer) fans around the world, the FIFA World Cup - which takes place every four years - is the most anticipated event of all. This year, for the first time ever, the World Cup is taking place on the African continent, in cities across South Africa.
To celebrate the rich culture of Africa, the tournament is kicking off with a monumental celebration concert -- the first-ever FIFA World Cup Kick-Off Celebration Concert -- on Thursday June 10. The concert, will be broadcast live around the world from Orlando Stadium in Soweto/Johannesburg at 8pm local time (6pm GMT / 2pm ET / 11am PT) at worldcup.vevo.com.
WATCH LIVE AT WORLDCUP.VEVO.COM
Jacques Cousteau was an ocean pioneer. He inspired people around the globe through his explorations, bringing the underwater world to our homes. A devout marine conservationist, he long ago warned of the coming issues our oceans would face.
This year Jacques Yves Cousteau would have turned 100.
Around the world stories are told of growing up with Cousteau. His stories, TV shows, and written words are a part of all of us. His legacy and work have formed a collective heritage that we all share. It is through each of us that it will live on.
As oil from the ongoing Deepwater BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico approaches the U.S. coastline, wildlife preservationists are redoubling efforts to protect and safe the diverse animal life that flourishes in the region. Hundreds of animals have already died as a result of the oil spill, including sea turtles, dolphins, and birds. Check on conservation efforts taking place now via this story (and the photos below) from the NRDC's OnEarth blog.