Earth Day Gifts / February 23, 2019 / Laurel Hawkins
Both events were birthed in 1969 with grassroots efforts a focus on environmental awareness and celebration of Earth. Events to Leading to Earth Day Prior to 1970 conservatism was an idea held by a minority of people. The notion that natural resources would become devastated to the point of extinction did not enter our collective thought. Pollution from our buildings cars and behavior was a normal industry by-product. The idea of being the world s steward was lumped in a mindset of a hippie thing and not understood by mainstream America. Two previous events tilted our environmental awareness: a book and a picture.
Earth Day is Born In 1969 John McConnell promoted Earth Day as a global celebration of Earth s gifts. The equinox seemed fitting time as it was the mid-point of spring and autumn across the hemispheres. A peace activist McConnell first presented his Earth Day idea to an audience at the UNESCO Conference on the Environment. He wanted Earth Day to be a global holiday where the world celebrates Earth s wonders and gifts. On March 21 1970 cities across the globe celebrated Earth Day. McConnell created an Earth Day proclamation that called upon people to take action against crises of the world such as famine war and poverty.
Some food products that fall under this category are jelly beans chocolate bars pop corn rice products and any kinds of food rich in sugar and carbohydrates. You should also infuse a little bit of brain food. What are these? These food products are rich in niacin or Vitamin B3. Don t you know that peanuts are rich in niacin that is why it is called a brain food? Aside from peanut you can also include other nuts like pecans almonds cashew and some whole grain products (which can also be found in cereals) legumes and even in mushrooms. You should also include organic products that are ideal for the celebration of Earth Day.