Who cares about the Earth and environmental welfare?
It continues to evolve, but from day one in 1970, over 22 million Americans celebrated clean air, land and water.
This year the focus couldn't be stronger on "climate literacy" and how to elevate awareness surrounding the topic on April 22, Earth Day. The movement has spawned from a number of sources, but many are chanting for more "green voters" in the next four years or less already. The recruitment has been in full effect and stronger than ever.
The list of global partnerships is extensive, just to name a few:
1. California State Parks
2. The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior
3. National Wildlife Association
If the efforts to cultivate forward thinking weren't any more evident, there is already a countdown to 2020 - the official 50th Anniversary of Earth Day.
If you're wanting to get involved or looking to get plugged in, just click here: local community events.
Happy Earth Day!