Oh yeah, it’s Earth Day all right. But what does this mean? Should you congratulate yourself for taking your bike instead of using you car? Of course. But you could be doing more. As a matter of fact, almost all of us could and should be doing more.
First celebrated in 1970, Earth Day has since grown exponentially during the past decades into becoming a worldwide phenomenon. This day means that we should all perform small deeds on a daily basis with the goal of protecting the environment. Whether it’s using a re-usable mug, using public transportation, composting, recycling, or anything else that can potentially make an impact — it all counts.
If you’re interested in finding out more about Earth day and how you can participate, visit earthday.ca.