Fifty years have passed since communities around the world gathered for the first Earth Day in 1970. Today, as we face a pandemic that forces us to stay apart, organizations like Earth Day Network, 350, Patagonia, and many more have stepped up to make environmental activism more accessible online.
Since people cannot physically come together on this 50th anniversary of Earth Day, alternatives like ongoing #ClimateStrikeOnline initiatives and the upcoming three-day livestream — Earth Day Live — are connecting us during this time of isolation. You can also promote and show support for Earth Day Live by displaying a banner on your site— activate it now at My Site → Manage → Settings.
In addition, these publications and resources on WordPress offer relevant reads and practical ways for you to take action on April 22 — and every day — as a steward of…
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