‘Sky Day Project’ Asks People To Mindfully Observe The Sky For Climate Change

SkyDay 2020
"Sky Day" gathering at Chicago Botanic Garden. Every September, SkyDay Project encourages people to take a photo of the sky to form a collage which displays the damage of climate change over time. SkyDay Project
SkyDay 2020
"Sky Day" gathering at Chicago Botanic Garden. Every September, SkyDay Project encourages people to take a photo of the sky to form a collage which displays the damage of climate change over time. SkyDay Project

‘Sky Day Project’ Asks People To Mindfully Observe The Sky For Climate Change

The Sky Day Project is a collaboration of artists and scientists from across the world to contemplate, discuss and act on the climate crisis in a strictly non-partisan manner. Each September, the organization encourages school-aged children to look up and photograph the sky in support of the climate and planet.

Reset learns more about the project, which includes a Nobel Prize winner and an astronaut.

GUESTS: Ben Whitehouse, artist and founding executive director of Sky Day

Dr. Danielle Lawson, assistant professor of science education at Penn State University

Jesse Semeyn, Sky Day’s curriculum director; Next Generation science standards expert

Desa Bolger, Sky Day ambassador

SkyDay declares it “is not affiliated with any political group/org”