Welcome to Virtual Earth Day 2022

thank you

Thank you for participating in Earth Day 2022!

It was such a wonderful experience spending the entire month of April with our DFW Metroplex schools and students, sharing science experiments, art activities, educational videos and Q&A sessions with DFW Airport professionals, scientists, and engineers.

We’re always looking to improve DFW Airport Earth Day, relying on feedback from schools and students like you, and would love to learn more about your experience with this year’s virtual event through a quick survey. It’ll take only a few minutes and we are SO grateful for your time and feedback. Thanks!

Notes from DFW Airport

steam activity kits

Download STEAM activity kit instructions & supply lists

Due to overwhelming response, online requests of pre-made STEAM Activity Kits has been CLOSED.

However, you can still download instructions and supply lists for each of the 2022 kits relating to local wildlife, water quality, and other DFW Earth Day topics.

download kit instructions
EarthX 2022

EarthX 2022
April 20-24 | Dallas, Texas

BRINGING PEOPLE TOGETHER around the globe to take action towards a more sustainable future.

EarthX is an international, nonprofit environmental forum whose purpose is to inform and inspire people to explore sustainable solutions for today’s most pressing challenges.

learn more about EarthX2022
ask a scientist

Got an environmental question? Ask a DFW scientist or engineer!

Do you have a question about climate change, weather, birds, butterflies, air pollution, or any other issue our scientists work on? Have your question answered by one of our scientists or engineers and you could be featured on our “Ask a Scientist” section!

Watch Video Ask a Scientist

Ask a Scientist

Do you have a question about climate change, weather, birds, butterflies, air pollution, or any other issue our scientists work on?
Have your question answered by one of our scientists or engineers and “Ask a Scientist!”

  • Question: Since global warming is affecting the polar bears, how can we help them to not go extinct?

    – Tess S. (Grade 6)

    Answer: We can all contribute to reducing climate change, and therefore help polar bears and other endangered species, by reducing the amount of polluting gas emissions from burning fossil fuels, such as coal and oil.

  • Question: Which animal group makes up the largest percentage of the world’s organisms?

    – Shelly P. (Grade 9)

    Answer: In terms of numbers of species, insects certainly represent the largest percentage of the world’s organisms and in numbers of individuals, the answer may be ants. There are 14,000 known species of ants and they all form ant colonies.

  • Question: Is bottled water bad for us?

    – Molly M. (Grade 5)

    Answer: The water inside bottled water is safe to drink but buying lots of water that’s in plastic bottles is NOT great for the planet. The real problem is producing and throwing away all that plastic.

Earth Learning In Action

Email us photos of your STEAM Activity Kits in use to be featured here!

By submitting your photos, you agree to the following Photo/Event Release.

Our Partners

Dallas Fort Worth International Airport thanks all the companies participating in this year’s Earth Day Celebration!