History of Earth Day
In the first day of 22 April 1970, earthday.org co-ordinates a wide variety of activities worldwide. The original 1970 national organizer Denis Hayes coordinated international activities in 141 countries in 1990. On Earth Day 2016, the US, China and some 120 other countries signed the groundbreaking Paris Agreement. In 2020, more than 100 million people around the globe celebrated their 50th anniversary as the world's greatest online mass movement. The first Earth Day continues to be human history's biggest day of rebellion. In more than 193 countries, it attracted over 1 billion people. It is the world's biggest environmental movement. It was organized by a peace activist first and on 21 March 1970 it was the first environmental instruction in the US. The occurrence was named after the first day of spring in the northern hemisphere, the northern hemisphere of Spring. The day is also the birthday of the Earth.
The Earth Day 2021 topic is the restoration of our planet which includes 5 main projects, including: Canopy Project, Food and Environment, Climate Literacy, World Earth Challenge and Global Cleanup. Over the Earth Day weeks, earthday.org held three independent, simultaneous climatic action summits on climate literature, environmental justice, and youth-led climatic problems, along with leaders, education international, hip hop caucuses, and earth uprising. The Earth Day Live Livestream event (22 April 2021), hosted in the second year by earthday.org, was attended by world militants, foreign leaders and influencers. Leaders Summit on Earth Day 2021 was hosted by the administration of Biden.
An initiative of earthday.org
We can read on earthday.org that climate change and other environmental destruction have destabilized our ecological environments, resulting in the emergence of emerging and deadly viruses and the collapse of the world economy. However, just as climate change and coronavirus serve as painful reminders of the damage we have done, Restore Our Earth serves as a reminder of the possibilities ahead. We must Restore Our Earth not only out of concern for the natural environment, but also because we work on it. - of us requires a healthy Earth to sustain our work, livelihoods, wellbeing and longevity, and satisfaction. A stable world is not a choice; it is a need. After Earth Day 2021, one effort will be our collective drive toward climate literacy, so that tomorrow's leaders will plan strategies now.
"The Canopy Initiative" project
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