According to reports, one billion people will get involved with the Earth day this year.
GN Bureau | April 22, 2016
World is observing the 46th Earth day on Friday.
Leaders from 160 countries will sign the Paris Climate Agreement on the occasion to stem global warming. According to reports, one billion people will get involved with the Earth day this year.
The organisers behind are aiming to plant 7.8 billion trees, divest from fossil fuels and make the cities 100% renewable. "Let's take the momentum from the Paris Climate Summit and build on it… Let’s start now. And let’s not stop,” the organisers said on their website.
Here is how Twitterati celebrate Earth Day
On #EarthDay, let's commit to being the change. Start conserving water & energy & saying no to straws & other plastics 🌏— Milind Deora (@milinddeora) April 22, 2016
You can get involved without attending an official #EarthDay event.— Vivek Mishra (@ivivekhr) April 22, 2016
Walk to work,cycle or take public transport,
Go paperless ,
Plant a tree
U abused Earth for too long, Earth is turning on the heat..— Santhana (@SantyTalk) April 22, 2016
Change your ways and save Earth, to save yourself..#EarthDay
Everything that we can't destroyed we should recycled and try to reused it,that's greatest gift to our earth.#EarthDay— Devendra Kanajariya (@DEV_ENDRA08) April 22, 2016
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