She was recently surprised to learn that there are actually TWO Earth Days.
The first was a tradition founded by peace activist John McConnell in 1969, and is observed around the world on the March equinox.
The second Earth Day was founded by U.S. Senator Gaylord Nelson in 1970, and is observed on April 22 of each year.
Patti and Arnold hope that their students will be inspired to make every day Earth Day. Patti has gathered together a great assortment of books to introduce her kids to issues such as pollution, over-population, climate change, and species extinction; and she hopes they will begin to think about creative solutions involving renewable resources, conservation, alternative energy, and more...
Arnold will be doing his part by enjoying a nice nap in the solar power that streams through the library window each afternoon at two p.m...
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