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Starting in 1970, once a year on April 22nd the world comes together to celebrate, protect, and learn about our planet. Earth Day is about learning what more we can do to protect our fragile ecosystems, a day to celebrate the progress we have made in being sustainable, and a day to promise more change towards protecting Earth.
Sustainability Climate change Food waste
Global Warming Water scarcity Compost
Alternative energy Greenwashing Recycling
Pollution Digital Pollution
Easy ways to celebrate Earth Day in your every day life!
Car Pool or walk
Grow a mini garden (Visit your public library's seed library)
Plant a tree or native plants to promote pollination
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