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April 22nd

Earth Day is celebrated annually on April 22nd to raise awareness about the importance of protecting our planet and its ecosystems. It's a day to celebrate progress made towards sustainability and commit to further efforts to protect the environment.

While Earth Day serves as a reminder to take action towards preserving our planet, we should strive to make eco-friendly choices every day to ensure a sustainable future for generations to come.

Easy ways to celebrate Earth Day in your every day life!

  • Recycle
  • Car Pool or walk
  • Grow a mini garden (Visit your public library's seed library)
  • Plant a tree or native plants to promote pollination
  • Compost
  • Conserve Water
  • Reduce water usage with shorter showers
  • Turn the water off when brushing teeth
  • Hang dry your clothes
  • Use a reusable cup / water bottle 
  • Use reusable bags when grocery shopping
  • Unplug devices/ chargers/ appliances when not in use
  • Pick up trash 
  • Visit a used bookstore or library
  • Turn lights off when you leave a room
  • Make sure your tire pressure is correct for fuel efficiency
  • Meatless Mondays
  • Donate unused or slightly used items
  • Avoid single use plastics 



  • Sustainability 
  • Bio-diversity 
  • Green washing
  • climate change
  • alternative energy 
  • renewable energy 
  • recycle 
  • compost
  • intersectionality
  • pollution
  • food waste
  • green house gases
  • sustainability 
  • fast fashion
  • organic
  • biodegradable
  • conservation 
  • environmentalism 
  • carbon footprint
  • water conservation 
  • global warming 
  • circular economy 
  • closed loop
  • energy efficient 
  • deforestation
  •  preservation
  • natural resources 
  • finite resources
  • zero-waste