This year, Earth Day (celebrated globally) is all about increasing awareness of climate change and its disastrous effects on our planet. Find out more about what you can do personally to help Save the Earth at This Link.
Happy Earth Day, Everyone! Here in New York City there are quite a few free events and programs going on around town in Central Park, Times Square, The Highline Park and the New York Botanical Garden, to name just a few. Find out what’s going on in your neighborhood at NYC Earth Day Events.
For more tips and ideas on Green Living please visit The Daily Green Dot Com.
You can also read advice and get resources on how to start your own Garden on the official Google Blog at This Link.
We all share this planet so please do your part to Save The Earth!
April 22nd is the day we celebrate Earth Day, which is all about being conscientious of practicing ways to take care of our planet and environment. A list of fun and educational Earth Day activities happening today and this weekend in New York City can be found at This Link. Save the Earth and Have Fun Doing It!
Guys, seriously, if you aren’t at least recycling your cans and bottles at this point, I don’t even want to know you. Just go ahead and un-friend yourself from my FaceBook page right now. I’ll wait. Saving the Earth is everyone’s business, and even though Earth Day helps to draw collective attention to our need to be resourceful, in reality every day is Earth Day. I mean, duh. So if you plan on staying here, get on the stick, as the kids say, and do your part to clean up this mess. Discover a bunch of fun and easy Earth Saving tips at this link.
Ah, what a lovely day is it here in the City. I admit that I am obsessed with recycling and living as Green as possible, and it really yanks my chain when I see others being needlessly wasteful, littering and, in general, lacking any sense of personal responsibility. As Goethe once said, “Let everyone sweep in front of his own door, and the whole world will be clean.” It’s such a simple step to put into practice, I wonder why we aren’t taught that concept from birth. Continue reading Celebrate Earth Day With Responsible Action