Earth Day Gifts / February 23, 2019 / Francisca Mccarty
Approximately 20 million people celebrated the first Earth Day. In America participation was high in schools which ten thousand grade schools and high schools two thousand colleges participating. Amazing numbers considering the event started as a grassroots movement. Government Actions The strength of the Earth Day movement was clear to legislatures. Following Earth Day s success the U.S. government passed laws that targeted cleaner living. In 1970 The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency was established. The Clean Air Act followed with a focus on reducing air pollution with the Clean Water Act doing likewise for water clean-up in 1972. The U.S. also passed the Endangered Species Act to protect animals from extinction.
Tin cans paper shreddings crayon shavings and other recycled or recyclable materials can be used to depict a scene or a drawing that shows something to do with Earth Day can be equally stimulating. You may also wish to gather a classroom full of children and create a mural with each child participating by adding to a large picture that shows what Earth Day means to them or what they can do to help protect and preserve the earth. The mural can hang on one wall of the classroom for several weeks to remind the children of the importance of Earth Day and what it represents.
Indian citizens being no exception they accept the convenience offered by market dynamics and on-market abundance of Mother s Day gifts. Thus this day on 2nd Sunday of May is celebrated in households around the country. This year Mother s Day has fallen on 9th May 2010. Mothers and motherhood without any doubt deserve the most profound respect and reverence. Mothers bring us to earth suffer to give birth to us and suffer to bring us up. Mothers always act selflessly to protect and upkeep their children and mothers ensure continued existence of the human race. Every religion upon earth and every culture worships mothers and motherhood.