8 Ways To Make Earth Day Count All Year
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On April 22, 1970, Earth Day began as a movement to protest the Industrial Revolution and the harsh impact that it has had on our world. That day, 20 million people across the world took to the streets making it a movement of the people.
Today, over one billion people in approximately 192 countries will be partaking in Earth Day to some capacity, whether it is in schools or through volunteer initiatives. Some of the many countries are making it a priority to save clean water and air, preserving it through small works of effort that must stay active 365 days a year, not just one.
The following are some of the activities taking place in participating countries: