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EarthX’s 12th annual Earth Day celebration includes four days of exhibits, learning and interactive experiences, outdoor activities, conferences, entertainment, music, and food—all of which provide achievable solutions for a more sustainable globe. Earthx2022 brings together environmental citizens, educators, businesses, youth advocates, business executives, non-government organizations, and thought leaders to take action towards a more sustainable future worldwide.

Earthx2022 features more than 100 exhibitors including the Dallas Cowboys, Half Price Books, the Nature Conservancy and Rainforest Trust, and so many more!

The Congress of Conferences cultivates relationships and forms partnerships between mission-driven advocates, investors, accelerators, researchers, academics, and other concerned world citizens. The conference aims to inform, promote, and initiate activities that facilitate environmental initiatives with a substantial positive impact on the planet and all living things. This year’s topics include energy, law, Latin America, rainforest, wildlife conservation, farm and ranch, E-Capital Summit, ocean, island, and a Corporate Impact Summit.

EarthX Conference Session. Photo courtesy of EarthX

Also, Earthx2022 is the exclusive host for a series of global thought leader events structured around the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDG). This includes the UNSDG Media Summit, UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Global Youth Summit, and UN Family Office for Sustainable Development (UNFOSD) Summit, as announced at the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland.

YOUNGO, the Official Youth Constituency of the UNFCCC, will co-host its 2022 Global Youth Summit at Earthx2022 and features 100 youth climate leaders from around the world.

The UNSDG Media Summit is the exclusive nonprofit media partner for Don’t Choose Extinction, the United Nations Development Program’s signature climate campaign to end fossil fuel subsidies. The UNSDG Media Summit will showcase and celebrate Don’t Choose Extinction along with several other UN media campaigns.

The UNFOSD convenes its inaugural summit, focusing on financing projects and developing public-private partnerships that help governments and innovators achieve climate mitigation and climate change adaptation goals.

Volunteers at EarthX. Photo courtesy of EarthX

Also, we are excited to offer EarthxTV, our 24/7 television and video-on-demand channel that is free and may be downloaded from any app store.

Check out Kids in Conservation with 10-yead old Brooke Carter as she travels across Africa to learn about wildlife and what it takes to protect its biodiversity. Watch as she learns from conservation experts and gets her hands dirty on unimagined adventures.

Conservation in Action with Ivan Carter guides viewers to the dramatic and dangerous frontlines of wildlife conservation in Africa.

The Baboon Diaries follows the dramas in the social life of the ‘House Troop,’ as seen through the eyes of wildlife biologist Peter Tomlin. The series takes viewers into the spectacular mountainous landscape on a high plateau in the remote highlands of South Africa, where Peter has spent the last five years getting up close and personal with these extraordinary animals.

The Shamwari Diaries takes you on an unforgettable journey into 25,000 hectares of pristine game reserve and offers behind-the-scenes access to the dangerous daily activities of the Shamwari Wildlife Department as they take extreme action to protect the region’s famous wildlife. Featuring up-close encounters with animals big and small!

In the Lion Queen, with no previous experience Andi abandoned her old life in South Africa’s Cape and moved her young family to Glen Garriff, where she and a small dedicated team have devoted themselves to caring for more than 50 lions.

Animal Exhibit at EarthX. Photo courtesy of EarthX

EarthX was founded in 2011 and is a member of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). “Earth is our home, and each of us must play a part to ensure that it is here and inhabitable for future generations,” said EarthX founder, Trammell S. Crow.

We look forward to seeing you at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center, Dallas, Texas on April 20 – 24!


Visit Earthx.org for more information.