Become a curator on EarthToday
Curation. How it works.
Sometimes you discover an article, video or song you want to save for yourself or share with friends. On EarthToday you can create a card with the URL and save it to a deck. Like folders and files on your computer.
It’s pretty simple:
Play. Explore. Discover.
Channel to connect
The #People channel covers psychology, health and wellbeing. Opening up about relationships, intimacy, friendships and communities. Stories about inspiring people going against the status quo. Standing up for justice, inclusion, diversity and human rights.
Channel to inspire
The #Creation channel is all about art and self expression. From poetry, crafts and architecture to rituals and culture. How creativity can be used to tackle issues in society or to give people a voice by using shape and form.
Channel to inform
The #World channel briefs you on the latest world events. About economic systems, politics, business, warzones and climate change. Giving you multiple perspectives of what’s happening on Earth today.
Channel to protect
The #Nature channel focuses on the natural world, from top to bottom. Expanding your knowledge of all the wonders of the planet and beyond. Stories on animals, plants, climate change and oceans. Planets and stars.
Channel to discover
The #Keys channel brings you the latest advances in science, innovation and technology that are transforming our knowledge and understanding of the world around us. AI, smart cities and unlocking new ways to shape the future. Groundbreaking solutions to current and future problems.
Channel to grow
The #Spirit channel is all about spirituality and mindfulness. From yoga, breathing practices and the benefits of meditation to insights into religion and astrology. Content to challenge your mind, body and soul on a deeper level.
Everyone who protects m² of nature on EarthToday becomes a community member and can start curating content and raising awareness. Nature protection organizations, brands, charities and you too!
Want to join forces with other community members to curate on a single profile? Create a group in your personal profile on EarthToday.
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