Earth Day serves to remind all of us on our responsibilities to maintaining this wonderful Planet we live on. It originated 1970 due to a Wisconsin Senator (Gaylord Nelson) efforts in dealing with pollution concerns in the United States.
Although the is much controversy about climate control and other environment concerns, one things is a fact, our Earth has been affected by the ways we have used It’s resources. Check out the most recognized website, www.earthday.org and see what you can do to sustain this wonderful place we live on.
I encourage you to have a picnic in a park or stroll on a beach: whatever you do, enjoy the wonderful landscape this world has to offer. Then, remember why it is important to keep it this world we live on as environmentally clean and safe for all generations to come!
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