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Earth Day, which is observed on April 22nd began in 1970 and went international in 1990. This year the theme for Earth Day Canada is “Take Care of the Planet”. With this theme Earth Day Canada hopes to raise awareness about the importance of taking genuine action to take care of our planet every day. To learn more and find events in your area, you can visit the Earth Day official site here. Not sure where to start? We’ve compiled the below list of ways you can practice sustainable living. By incorporating one or all of these tips into your everyday, you are helping our planet! Everyday Sustainable Living Ditch.
April 22, 2020 marks the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day! This Earth Day, we encourage you and your family to participate in a neighbourhood safari hosted by National Geographic. Joining in is easy! Simply draw, colour, or create your favourite animal and display it in your window, doorway or even drawn with chalk on your sidewalk for all to see. NatGeo@Home has made it even easier by providing coloring pages here. Everyone can then go on their own safaris—while practicing social distancing, —and spot different animals all over the neighborhood! NatGeo@Home states “the goal is that as you walk with.
Earth Day 2018 In recognition of Earth Day 2018, Gateway Property Management Corporation has partnered with www.TreeCanada.ca to plant one tree on behalf of each of our clients. Our contribution will lead to 400 new trees being planted across Quebec, Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia. In Quebec, the project replaces pine trees affected by a fungal disease called “gall rust”. Trees planted in this region are vital to the protection of local watershed and wildlife. In Ontario, the project rehabilitates a forested area that had previously been lost due to past human activity and industrial practices. In Alberta, the.
Earth Day has been celebrated on the 22nd of April since 1970. To participate, we asked our employees to try out some small changes today that can make a big difference: -Attempt to go paperless for the day. As per Stats Canada, the average Canadian consumed 20,000 pages in 2003. Enough to cover an area of almost 1,200 square metres! -Use only reusable coffee mugs, water bottles and lunch containers/brown bags for the day. If you use a reusable mug for at least one cup of coffee or tea every day, you’ll end up avoiding about 23 lbs of waste .