• Come and join us on Thursday, the 9th of March at 5:30 pm to hear a presentation in honor of Earth Day by our American intern, ERICA GOLDABER. Earth Day was originally founded in 1970 as a day of environmental education and awareness. It is celebrated on April 22nd worldwide. Our TALC session will feature the annual National Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D.C. Learn about the history of Earth Day and the Cherry Blossom Festival, highlighted by the beautiful photos of the famous cherry trees from the capital of the United States. :: RSVP is required for present event via email to <>

    Earth Day has evolved into a sometimes week long event celebrating our environment and promoting community service. Local and national campaigns aim to get people of all ages involved in a range of activites from tree planting to park and river clean-ups.

    U.S. Government resources on environmental literacy can be found at and on climate change science and literacy tools at

    Please note that present TALC will take place on the first Thursday (instead of the usual first Tuesday) of the month. The program is free. All visitors are welcome.