Wow, there's so much stuff I could write here to make you super inspired and ready to tackle new and exciting sustainable resolutions.. But there are many, many other people who can do it better than me, so I'll let them speak for themselves! To start off, are you doing anything today? No? Great, check out Earth Day Live a global online Earth Day event which is going on right now, for 72 hours straight, featuring celebrities, activists, artists, musicians, and more! More of a locale-oriented person? No problem (if you're in the Phoenix area). Keep Phoenix Beautiful has all kinds of virtual events and challenges going on. Still stuck at home huh? Well good news for you, Apartment Therapy has 91 New Tips to make your apartment (or whatever) more sustainable! Some good news on climate change, in addition to the reprieve Coronavirus is giving the environment (temporarily), less energy demand is allowing countries to quit coal altogether, with Sweden and Austria closing their last coal plants this week . Six to ten more countries in Europe at least intend to stop all coal generation in the next few years. For our hardcore conservationists (looking at you, @Tahiry Langrand ) there's tons of ways to make a difference this Earth Day even from home. The Nature Conservancy will plant trees for you , has tons of interesting stories , and you can even support petitions and pledges to keep conservation at the forefront of decision-making. Conservation International has a special Earth Day offer to triple any donation you give today only. They also have a massive number of sustainability topics you can learn more about, or take action today. Can you celebrate Earth Day from inside? Well, if astronauts (who aren't even on Earth can, then I think you can too. Check out NASA's Chris Cassidy reflect on Earth Day from space. Need an animal livestream in your life right now so that you can feel closer to nature? Here's a list , go nuts! What's happened since last Earth Day? Well Vox can tell you all about that today with 7 things we've learned about Earth since last Earth Day . I hope you found this post helpful for your #EarthDayAtHome and remember to share so that others can benefit from all this knowledge too! Happy Earth Day 2020!