Earth Day Gifts / February 23, 2019 / Francisca Mccarty
Earth Day Birthday provides the 20th century grassroots effort in reaching eco-friendly people and making an impact on the planet. Attending an Earth Day symposium would be tiring so people need some energy to keep up stay awake and energized to absorb the important matters that are being discussed in that said event. If you would notice organizers of such events are providing some food for people to munch in and it depends the time of the day if it would be apt for lunch snacks or dinner. But usually organizer is serving snacks like finger food and energy bars or anything that is related to the theme of the event while others rely on their sponsors for food.
In 1962 marine biologist Rachel Carson published Silent Spring. The book talked about the commonly used toxic pesticides used in agriculture and daily life. The title referred to the consequences of the devastating pesticides: a world without birds. Surprisingly Silent Spring became a hit. Americans cared and they wanted the facts. In 1968 the world saw the entire Earth for the first time. Apollo astronauts photographed the planet on their flight home from the moon. The Earth looked beautiful with its swirls of blues and whites. The photo provided a startling awareness: people saw Earth as vulnerable and needing human care.
Whether it is a ballet recital or helping sell Girl Scout cookies she is on the front line and is there on time to participate. Great presents for busy moms include items like a pocket-sized camcorder or digital camera so she can capture those once in a lifetime moments in time. The newbie mom is pretty much self explanatory. She is new to the game of motherhood and is getting her feet wet with diapers breastfeeding and surviving on a couple of hours of sleep. Great presents for new moms would be an overnight get away spa treatment movie tickets for 2 and a restaurant gift card.