Join billions of people worldwide who are honoring Earth Day 2008!
"Earth Day is a time to celebrate gains we have made and create new visions to accelerate environmental progress. Earth Day is a time to unite around new actions. Earth Day and every day is a time to act to protect our planet." (Taken from http://earth911.org/ )
Simple changes in your life like using "paper instead of plastic" the next time you grocery shop, throwing your aluminum cans in recycle bins found across campus, or walking to campus can help make every day Earth Day.
For more information on Earth Day and Going Green see the websites:
Or, check these books out at the Dick Smith Library:
The state of the Earth : environmental challenges on the road to 2100. Conkin, Paul Keith. GE195.7 .C66 2007
An inconvenient truth : the planetary emergency of global warming and what we can do about it. Gore, Albert. QC981.8.G56 G67 2006
Environmental politics : domestic and global dimensions. Switzer, Jacqueline Vaughn. GE170 .S95 2007