SkyDay Project: Artists, Scientists, Kids Unite To Fight Climate Change

SkyDay Project
Sky Day Project is a citizen artwork for all ages. People post sky photos from all over the world to show the impact of climate change in real time and to help SkyDay build a library and collage of sky photos. #SkyDayProject OnlyOneSky
SkyDay Project
Sky Day Project is a citizen artwork for all ages. People post sky photos from all over the world to show the impact of climate change in real time and to help SkyDay build a library and collage of sky photos. #SkyDayProject OnlyOneSky

SkyDay Project: Artists, Scientists, Kids Unite To Fight Climate Change

Every September, Sky Day Project brings together artists and scientists to contemplate, discuss and act on the climate crisis. Each September, SkyDay Project encourages school-aged children to look up and photograph the sky in support of the climate and planet.

Reset learns more about the project’s approach during the COVID pandemic.

Skyday 2021 is Friday, September 24th.

GUESTS: Ben Whitehouse, painter, video artist, founding executive director of SkyDay Project

Desa Bolger, Junior at Scripps College; SkyDay’s director of special initiatives

Nicole Stott, artist; writer; NASA astronaut and aquanaut; author of the forthcoming book, Back to Earth - What Life in Space Taught Me About Our Home Planet―And Our Mission to Protect It