April 22, 1970 marked the first Earth Day. The Day activated 20 million people from all walks of life to do something to save their common heritage – Earth. Today, more than one billion people worldwide participate in Earth Day activities each year, making it the largest civic observance anywhere in the world.
Earth Day Network began with the first Earth Day on April 22, 1970. Earth Day Network is a global NGO that works on environmental issues across the globe with over 22,000 partners. Earth Day Network’s Advisory Board has several eminent personalities on it.
http://www.earthday.org/ has additional information on Earth Day Network.
What can YOU do to protect Earth?
Our planet is being neglected. Climate change continues unabated. Perhaps there is a new ecological disaster happening almost daily. This Earth Day it’s time to mobilize the planet from the ground up to send a message that the Earth won’t wait! Help to build awareness about the benefits of water management, waste recycling, increasing green cover, switching to renewable energies, etc.
• Rallies • Quiz Shows • Round Table Discussions • Plantation drives • Art shows • Seminars • Nature Walks • Film Shows • Musical concerts etc. • …just about any program
• Offices • Clubs • Schools • Colleges/Universities • Parks/Gardens • Community Halls • Residential Complex • Shopping Malls/ Multiplex • Movie Halls • …just about anywhere
Share your plans to mark Earth Day with any of the following:
Ms. Karuna Singh Ph: +919831356476 Email: email@example.com
Ms. Tina Roy Ph: +919830583299 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We will help you register them for global recognition.
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