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Chefs on their unique backgrounds, traditional foods, and culinary sustainability.

U.S. Poet Laureate Joy Harjo performs a stirring flute piece with her band at Duet Jazz Club in Tulsa, OK, acknowledging the original keepers of the land.

Choctaw singer-songwriter Samantha Crain performs an intimate set, filmed specially for Southwest Roots Music’s Shelter in Place Sessions.

The American West is experiencing the worst drought to hit the region in 1,200 years.

The study and understanding of glacial ice sheets is crucial to our long term survival in a changing world.

Between 1991 and 2018, scientists estimate that 37% of summer heat-related deaths were caused by climate change.

Supermodel/actor/activist Amber Valletta chats with her mom about how fashion is becoming more sustainable through innovation and how you can support those efforts.

A fascinating look at Oklahoma history and how Carrie Dickerson stopped the construction of Black Fox, the state’s only proposed nuclear power plant.

Judith, who emigrated from Mexico to Tulsa 5 years ago, shares her perspective on sustainability and how we can reduce our carbon footprint in our daily lives.

Transitioning to electric vehicles will dramatically reduce emissions, resulting in a higher air quality and healthier people in Tulsa.

Join the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and Earthjustice in their fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Amanda Gorman, the first Youth Poet Laureate of the United States, delivers an impassioned call for the protection of our environment.

Honduran Chef Rosie Monhollon discusses how her career as a nurse inspired her to open a food truck that serves healthy, plant-based meals.

Carla Meneses, owner of Que Gusto in downtown Tulsa, discusses sustainability in the food industry.

Cherokee chef Nico Albert on food sovereignty, Native values, and sustainability.

Single-use plastic has put us in the biggest recycling crisis in history

Over a million species face extinction driven by human consumption. How do we reverse the 6th great extinction event?

Industrial poultry operations lay waste to rural Oklahoma and its people, fouling air, land & water.

Ordinary Elephant – OK Earth Day Celebration performance by recent International Folk Artist of the Year.

Earth Day Celebration trailer by U.S. Poet Laureate JOY HARJO & friends.

Louis Michot (Lost Bayou Ramblers) performs “Hurricane Andrew”.

Filmed specially for Oklahoma’s online Earth Day Celebration, Ani DiFranco delivers an intimate and powerful session from her home in New Orleans.

Sofia Jannok, a Grammy-nominated artist from Sweden and an Indigenous environmental activist, delivers the most gorgeous Earth Day set of the year.

Michael Franti‘s love of humanity and the Earth shine through in his Earth Day Session, filmed specially for Oklahoma’s virtual Earth Day Celebration.

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EVERY DAY IS EARTH DAY

OK EARTH COALITION is comprised of many of Oklahoma’s most active environmental organizations: OK Sierra Club, Green Country Sierra Club, Carrie Dickerson Foundation, and Tulsa Ready for 100 among them.

EVERY DAY IS EARTH DAY

OK EARTH COALITION is comprised of many of Oklahoma’s most active environmental organizations: OK Sierra Club, Green Country Sierra Club, Carrie Dickerson Foundation, and Tulsa Ready for 100 among them.