The Walt Disney Co. will release specialized programming and content from National Geographic, Disney+, Disney Parks, Experiences and Products, The Disney Conservation Fund (DCF), and The Official Disney Fan Club.
National Geographic will celebrate the day through its channel and magazine. April’s issue of the more-than-century-old publication focuses on how climate change could affect life in the year 2070. On its television channel, Hulu, and Disney+, a two-hour documentary called Jane Goodall: The Hope will premiere at 9 p.m. EST and discuss the activist’s decades of conservation work.
On April 22, DCF is also celebrating its 25th anniversary. To honor this milestone, the charity foundation released a digital photo book about its conservation efforts. For more exclusive content, members of the Official Disney Fan Club can find recipes for vegan dishes from the Disney Parks at D23.com alongside some behind-the-scenes looks at Disneynature’s Dolphin Reef.
A variety of Earth-themed movie marathons will be screened across Freefrom, ABC, Disney Channel, and the newly acquired FX. Disney stresses that it wants to give families the ability to celebrate the wonders of the world from the safety of their homes.