On Monday, April 22, President Obama will host the 3rd Annual White House Science Fair and celebrate the student winners of a broad range of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) competitions from across the country.
This year’s Science Fair will showcase students projects such as economically-viable algae biofuel, a robot that paints with watercolor, a computer program that improves cancer detection and many more.
To learn more about the White House science fair, check out the video above, and be sure to tune in Monday, April 22 starting at 11:30 am EDT, right here at wh.gov/sciencefair, to watch the event live.
Environmental Action means taking the simple steps in the place where we live. By choosing to act on five or more of these ideas you are joining thousands of others who are doing all they can to be a good and responsible citizen of the world.
The Obama Administration is committed to protecting the air we breathe, water we drink, and land that supports and sustains us. From restoring ecosystems in the Chesapeake Bay and the Everglades, to reducing mercury pollution from power plants, we are bringing together Federal agencies to tackle America’s greatest environmental challenges such as:
* Recovery Act Investments in our Environment
* Protecting Our Oceans
* Supporting Land Conservation
* Prioritizing Clean Water
* Reducing the Environmental Impacts of Mountaintop Coal Mining
* Reducing Air Pollution From Vehicles and from Power Plants
* Restoring our Treasured Great Ecosystems
* Working Toward Environmental Justice
* Supporting Sustainable Communities
* Modernizing the National Environmental Policy Act
* Reducing Global Emissions of Mercury