Happy Earth Day to Everyone. Earth Day is Every Day. Let's take today to reflect and take action in our personal lives and beyond to protect our planet and its life for now and future generations.I pledge allegiance To all life In its interdependent diversity. And to the planet Upon which it exists One world, … Continue reading Earth Day Turns 40
Earth Jam will be held this weekend, April 25-26, at Liberty Park in Salt Lake City. It's a great festival nearing its 20th year and this year looks to be even bigger and better. It's a family event, so please bring everyone to the park to honor the earth. Here is a promotional video for … Continue reading Earth Jam this weekend
Things you can do:Watch Earth Day TVFind Earth Day EventsLearn about the History of Earth Day (Earth Day will be 40 years old next year!) Participant in Earth Day, 1970. Photo: EPA History OfficeCall the Capitol switchboard at 202 224-3121 and tell your member of Congress to support the Markey climate bill Tell Obama and … Continue reading Happy Earth Day!
The weather was overcast, showery, and the day became increasingly colder, but it was still a great Earth Day in Salt Lake City. We had fun operating the Kiddie Village. Pom Poms Not Bomb Bombs performed too! (See video of performance) Links to news articles: Hands up high for the globe - Earth Jam praises … Continue reading Earth Jam 2007
HAPPY EARTH DAY!Earth Day 'jam' today in Liberty ParkDesert Greens to participate in Earth Day celebration in Salt Lake City
Earth Day Reality Check177 billionNumber of dollars U.S. consumers saved in 2005 because of improvements in automobile efficiencysince 197313.1 billionNumber of gallons of gasoline saved if every American converted to one of the four most efficient carsin each class8 billionNumber of dollars U.S. consumers lose daily because of idle electronic functions such as lit displayclocks, … Continue reading Earth Day Numbers
The Earth Day Network is filled with pages of useful information. Its Climate Change Solutions: What You can Do Right Now has a top 10 list of action items for individuals, organizations and businesses to take as a first step in reducing their contribution to global warming. The page provides examples of what people and … Continue reading