April 22nd is Earth Day – a day to show our love for the earth and for humankind.
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Earth Day inspires celebrations and environmental actions all around the world. Each year more than 500 million people in 175 countries observe this important day. Why not you?
The earth day movement was born on university and school campuses out of the belief that young people, a new generation, would have the knowledge and integrity to stem the ever-growing tide of environmental degradation affecting the air we breathe, soil we grow our food in, and the water we drink.
This Earth Day show your appreciation for the earth and the vastness of our water resources here at home by holding an event at your school.