From the Earth Day Network:
From PBS Teachers:
April 22 marks Earth Day around the world. Charged with celebrating the earth's natural environment, Earth Day was first held in 1970. Wisconsin senator Gaylord Nelson was one of the movement's founders. Originating in the United States, Earth Day is celebrated around the world. In some communities, Earth Day has expanded to Earth Week. For more information, check out the History.com Earth Day page.
This guide will introduce you to library resources, videos, websites, and government information relating to Earth Day and the environment. Use the tabs above to navigate to different resources.
From Voice of America: An overview of the history of Earth Day in honor of the 40th anniversary in 2010.
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