connecting the wonders of science
with the power of place

Welcome to Earth to Sky!

The Earth to Sky Partnership nurtures and supports a growing community of interpreters, educators and scientists learning and sharing science and communication techniques.

Our community of practice develops interpretive and educational products and programs for use in refuges, parks and other sites of place-based education.

Membership is free and provides access to our professional development events, archives, and valuable resources for effective science communication.

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Join the Earth to Sky team and support our regional network:

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Join the Conversation!

Are you interested in deepening your skills and connecting with other climate communicators? All are welcome to join us for twice-monthly gatherings.

CC LogoFirst Thursdays: Climate Conversations
Bring your coworker, your supervisor, your friend, and your cat to dive deep into discussions at the intersections of climate change, current events, and communication tehniques. We welcome new faces, and we hope to see you there!


CIYP Graphic 1 01Third Fridays: Climate in Your Pocket
What notes and tools do you keep in your back pocket for unexpected questions? This series of mini-webinars offers bite-sized resources for fueling and supporting your conversations, programs, and climate communication products every day.

What's New at Earth to Sky?

Map of North America showing dots with location of regional teamsRegional Communities of Climate Communication

The most effective conversations about climate interpretation and education are happening at regional scales. Explore the Earth to Sky regional communities, led and supported by teams of regional leaders rooted in the interpretation and informal education landscapes of their area.

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