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Earth Day is an event celebrated annually on April 22. On this day events worldwide are held to demonstrate support for environmental protection and to raise public awareness about pollution. It marks the anniversary of the birth of the modern environmental movement held in 1970. It is now coordinated internationally by the Earth Day Network and celebrated with great enthusiasm in more than 193 countries every year.
Earth Day-April 22
Earth Day Symbols
Symbols used on Earth Day include: an image of planet earth; a flower or leaves showing growth or the recycling symbol. The colors used for this Day include natural colours such as blue, green, brown or blue. The “Earth Flag”, (designed by John McConnell), has been named as a “flag for all people”. It features a two-sided printed image of the Earth from space on a dark blue field, made from weather-resistant polyester.
Why do we celebrate it?
The very first Earth Day event was celebrated on April 22, 1970. Earth Day was created by Gaylord Nelson, American Senator, to make people aware of the significance of keeping our Earth healthy and clean. On that day, people made promises to make positive changes in their community. Millions of people take part, and the day continues to be widely celebrated with events. It also promotes respect for life on the planet as well as to encourage people about the awareness of the growing problems of water, air and soil pollution. The most common practice of Earth Day is to plant new trees for Earth Day.
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