Archive for the 'Earth Day' Category

(July 27) Today we're celebrating . . .  Take Your Houseplants for a Walk Day

Tuesday, July 27th, 2010


Take Your Houseplants for a Walk Day
You’ve heard of taking your pets for a walk, right? Well, today’s the day to take your plants for a walk. This houseplant holiday is supposed to help your greenery have a better sense of its environment.

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(May 08) Today we're celebrating . . .  No Socks Day

Saturday, May 8th, 2010


No Socks Day
Yesterday was no pants! Today its no socks! By not wearing socks today, you can help the environment by doing a little less laundry.

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(May 02) This month we're celebrating . . .  Gifts From the Garden Month

Sunday, May 2nd, 2010


Gifts From the Garden Month
Discover the treasures in your backyard – or even in your flowerbox garden. Gardening adds beauty to your life and reduces stress.

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Holiday Invite: Earth Day on the Net

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010

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Happy Earth Day!

Holidays on the Net is delighted to invite you to join our celebration of Mother EarthEarth Day on the Net. Our celebration has everything you need to know about preserving and protecting our planet.

For example, did you know that the goal of the first Earth Day, celebrated in 1970, was to serve as an environmental learn-in? You can honor this original intention by doing a little eco-learning of your own. Read up on the history of Earth Day and then test your environmental know-how with some Earth Day trivia.

When you’re ready to get seriously green, check out our articles on the three Rs: Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. With fifty easy suggestions for greening your day-to-day life, there’s no reason not to practice a little Earth Day magic all year-round. Learn how to grow an earth-friendly garden (a great activity to share with your children) — or bring your greening efforts inside, with our 10 eco-friendly recipes for homemade cleaners.

If you have children at home, you will surely enjoy one of our Earth Day craft projects, all of which encourage you to reuse supplies you already have on hand. Or print out one of our Earth Day coloring pages — on recycled paper, of course! Complete your Earth Day celebrations by whipping up a planet-friendly menu based on our delicious, wholesome vegan recipes.

Earth Day is annually celebrated on April 22nd. We look forward to sharing our love for Mother Earth with you over the next several days. And we invite you to spread the green love with your family and friends by sending a free Earth Day e-card.

Happy Holidays!

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Did You Know? Countdown to Earth Day (04/22)

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010

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Did You Know?
April 22

It’s Earth Day!

 

 

Thanks for joining us as we counted down to Earth Day!

Happy Earth Day,
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(April 22) Today we're celebrating . . .  Earth Day

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010


Earth Day
A day to both celebrate the environmental victories of the past and to reflect on the many remaining opportunities for improvement.

Whether you celebrate Earth Day by attending a rally, signing a petition or switching to highly efficient light bulbs, make an effort to be mindful of the original vision for this day: to serve as a national learn-in for the sake of the environment.

Please visit our Earth Day celebration – Earth Day on the Net – for more info, environmental tips, crafts, recipes, and more.


Video: Global Warming – narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio

Did You Know? Countdown to Earth Day (04/21)

Wednesday, April 21st, 2010

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Did You Know?
Facts & Figures about
Celebrating and
Saving Mother Earth

April 21 : 01 day till Earth Day

Did you know that the Earth’s population has grown faster since 1950 than over the previous four million years combined?

Today, there are 6.5 billion people living on the planet, with another 74 million people are added every year. Yet just two hundred years ago, there were barely 1 billion people on Planet Earth. The term “population explosion” seems like a ridiculous understatement.

Earth Day is a day to both celebrate the environmental victories of the past and to reflect on the many remaining opportunities for improvement. Whether you celebrate Earth Day by attending a rally, signing a petition or switching to highly efficient light bulbs, make an effort to be mindful of the original vision for this day: to serve as a national learn-in for the sake of the environment.

Join our Earth Day celebration as we present a new “Did You Know?” fact each day as we countdown to Earth Day on April 22nd!

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