Earth Day is celebrated on April 22 every year to encourage people to take action to protect our planet and live more sustainably.
What started as a local U.S. celebration in 1970 as a form of support to the environmental reforms, now became a global movement to inspire actions to ensure a more sustainable future and protect our planet against the unprecedented challenges of the 21st century, including the devastating effects of carbon emissions to the atmosphere.
On Earth Day, we call on citizens everywhere to take action and help save our planet.
Time to act is now.
To learn more about what actions you can take this Earth Day please visit: http://www.earthdayinitiative.org/