Our take on Earth Day
Our take on Earth Day.
Hide caption Sophia Shisslak, Nixon Prior, Kale Calderon, Arianna Nugent Freemon, Jonathan Pictures are students Bauzon, Monique Kalonji, Kenan Thornton, Jodi Cook, JonCarlos Rivera, Malachi Warthen, Lyndsie Somers, Shalyn Barne.
Why should you care about the world and all of the inhabitants that live on it?
Earth Day is a very important day for the people that live on this planet.
It was in 1990 that Earth Day went global, 200 million people and 141 countries lifted the health of our earth onto the world’s stage.
Everyone can help the Earth in a way.
• You can separate your trash and your recyclables from each other.
Thousands of animals die every year because of trash in their living area.
• Keep grocery bags in your car, take them into the store with you and reuse them until they wear out (then recycle them).
We need to remember it more because the earth is the thing we live on and we need the earth to live.