It wasn't surprising when an oil slick on the Cuyahoga River caught fire on the morning of June 22, 1969. It wasn’t even the first time it happened.
Every year on April 22, trees are planted, litter is cleaned up, and awareness for the issues plaguing the planet are raised.
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On April 22, 1970, Denis Hayes stood on a stage in Central Park, stunned by the number of people who'd come to honor the planet.
Since 1970, April 22 has been a day to reflect on our impact on the environment, on broad and individual scales.
April 22 is Earth Day, celebrated since 1970 to raise awareness of global environmental issues and activism. Events and celebrations, coordinated by the Earth Day Network, are held around the world.
This Earth Day, get inspired to think outside the plastic bin, and brainstorm creative ways to convert or re-purpose old, discarded, or unexpected materials into something new and useful..
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