Photo: Life is Good Pete, Millennium Park (Some rights reserved)
Earth Day is every day, at least on this on this planet.
Earth Day (April 22) has proved popular in the United States and around the world.
Planeta.com recommends celebrating Planet A every day, as if our futures depend on how we live today. With the objective of informing ourselves and amplifying the eco-conscious-regenerative initiatives, we preview related celebrations and events including Biodiversity Day (May 20), World Environment Day (June 5), and the World Heritage meetings.
What are your plans for 2022’s Earth Day?
Games in the Natural World
Talk to neighbors about the trees and flowers in their yards, on the street you share, and in nearby city parks. If you don’t know the names, you may have a condition called tree-blindness. Tip: The condition is easily cured with a chat with a smarter friend or by using the iNaturalist and Seek apps.
Social Web Challenges
Create, share, and be generous on the social web:
- Take and share a photo of: a flowering tree or bush.
- Take and share a video or audio of a songbird.
- Fave / like / heart / share someone else’s photo of nature.
- Fave / heart / like / share a beloved park with an account on the social web.
- Bonus points for those with a relevant page on Facebook, fave the park’s Facebook account as your page.
- Comment and provide feedback on specific pages on this website.
In the early 1960s, Wisconsin Senator Gaylord Nelson introduced the idea of ‘Earth Day’ to then President John F Kennedy and has officially celebrated since 1972.