The first Earth Day held in 1970 greatly expanded the ecological consciousness of the nation, effectively captured the attention of American business and government, and provided the impetus for establishment of the Environmental Protection Agency, as well as passage of the National Environmental Policy Act, Clean Air and Clean Water Acts, Endangered Species Act, and others.
This April 22nd, organizers of "Earth Day" expect more than one billion people around the globe will participate some way in Earth Day activities and help “Mobilize the Earth.”
CHECK BELOW FOR MORE INFO ON EARTH DAY:
Presidential Proclamation "Earth Day"
Earth Day Tips to Help Your Family "Go Green"
A Billion Acts of Green
What Can YOU Do For Earth Day?
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