Hi everyone,
I'm just letting you know about a great project opportunity that is
taking place on Earth Day 2010 (April 22nd). The 'Earthcast' is a live,
24 hour long webcast about all things related to the environment. This
is a great opportunity for people of all ages to connect and share ideas
and solutions to our global environmental challenges. In previous
Earthcasts we've had participation from individuals on multiple
continents and live broadcasts in multiple languages.

We'll kick Earthcast 2010 off live at 0 GMT on April 22nd (5 pm
pacific/8 pm eastern on April 21st) with a keynote
by Fulbright Scholar and professor of environmental law, Jason Czarnezki, who
will be joining us from Guangzhou, China.
Jason's keynote is titled,
Policy and U.S.-China
Following the keynote we'll have 23 hours of live and
pre-recorded content, including several timeslots that will be
completely produced and moderated by youth.

If you are interested in participating in Earthcast or helping us
promote this project, please consider joining, bookmarking, and or
sharing the links that follow.

Thank you,
Matt Montagne
Earthcast 2010 Project Collaborator

Earthcast 2010 Links:
Learn about the project: http://earthcast.posterous.com/earthcast-2010-a-global-24-hour-webc...
Earthcast Audio Sampler: http://voicethread.com/share/1021819/

Check out photos contributed for Earthcast09: http://www.flickr.com/groups/earthcast09

Blog - http://earthcast.posterous.com/

Hashtags to post and follow comments about Earthcast10: #earthcast10,
#earthday, #earthcast

Earthcast 2010 YouTube video response challenge: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lfBSqUHvkgU

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/earthcast

Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/earthbridges

Preliminary Project Participation Google Form: http://tinyurl.com/earthcast2010

Participate Live on April 22nd, 2010 at http://earthbridges.net/live

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Nice way to communicate. I love that there are so many dedicated people to helping preserve and protect the planet.Our middle school will be performing our original puppet show called "One World." It stars puppets that are endangered, threatened or extinct and it teaches younger children about how they can help others that are working towards saving our endangered species.



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