Earth Day

By | April 20, 2021

Earth Day: 7 ways to celebrated Earth Day

Earth Day is celebrated on 22nd April every year. The main motive of celebrating this day was to protect the environment. It is also marked as the birth anniversary of the modern environmental movement in 1970. The day, Earth Day continues to be a momentous and unifying day.

Earth Day is widely recognized as the largest observance in the world. It is marked by more than billion people every year. The day is an action to change human behavior. Also to create global, national and local policy changes.

7 ways to celebrated Earth Day


The Earth Day was first focused on the United States but now it is celebrated globally. Julien Koenig was a Madison Avenue giant. Denis Hayes asked Koenig to decide the name to keep for the day. He told Hayes to keep Earth Day. Hayes agreed and the day is called and celebrated as Earth Day.

Denis Hayes was the original national coordinator in 1990. But in 1970, he took it internationally and also organized the events in 141 nations. It includes the signing of the Paris Agreement. Wisconsin Senator Gaylord Nelson planted the first seeds on the first Earth Day. The Paris Agreement was signed by US, China and other 120 countries on Earth Day, 2016.

After 30 years, in the year 2000 Earth Day, the people around the world wanted quick and conclusive action on global warming.

Today, Earth Day:

From 22nd April 1970 till today, the day Earth Day is celebrated every year worldwide on same date 22nd April. Every year themes are decided to celebrate the day, Earth Day.

Here are 7 ways to celebrate Earth Day:

  1. Plant some trees or garden.
  2. Save water.
  3. Don’t use Car. Use bike or walk. Walking will save the environment and is good for your health.
  4. Learn how to recycle things.
  5. Use products which are eco-friendly.
  6. Stop the use of Pesticides and chemicals.
  7. Feed and love animals and birds.

Save Trees, Save Earth, Save Life…!!!

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