The first #EarthDay was in 1970. What’s changed since? Our population has doubled. We’re emitting 2.4 times more CO2. Sea levels have risen 4 inches. But the world has also changed for the better. See how our actions since 1970 have added up. #AMNHEarthDay
American Museum of Natural History: This Throwback Thursday, we want to feature one of the Museum’s most popular videos: On Earth Day 2017, we highlighted what’s changed since the first Earth Day in 1970. Our population has doubled, temperatures have risen, and wild animal populations have shrunk. But the world has also changed for the better—key pollutants have decreased and ozone-depleting CFCs were banned! Check out the video for more facts. And remember: together, we decide what the future of our planet looks like.
More from FOX 45 Dayton's Rhonda Moore about the local premiere of the movie All or Nothin', taking place at the museum tonight (April 19).
A female crab hacker barnacle (Sacculina carcini) starts out life as a “microscopic slug” before attaching to a host crab. Eventually, it finds its way to the crab’s mid-gut. Once settled in, this par..
What do you hope tomorrow will bring? Share your thoughts when tomorrow (April 19) brings our next Curatorial Conversations program, a look at the focus exhibition We Have Tomorrow.
On this day in 1906, at 5:12 am local time, the Earth ruptured beneath the Pacific Ocean just off of San Francisco’s shores. What happened? A stretch of the San Andreas Fault almost 500 kilometers (30..
All Or Nothin' Official Trailer 2017: The independent film All or Nothin', starring Dayton native Bryant Bentley, will be screened in our auditorium this Thursday, April 19, at 5:30 p.m. Admission is ..
Earth Day: 1970 - 2018: Garbage, coral loss, and rising sea levels—research shows our planet’s oceans are in serious trouble. But the world is taking action: see what’s changed from the first Earth Da..