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It is expected that more than 6 million Canadians will join what has become the largest environmental movement on the planet to participate in Earth Day events and activities. Since 1970, Earth Day organizers around the world have celebrated on April 22 by staging events and supporting projects that encourage citizens to address important environmental issues. This year’s theme, ‘restore our earth’, will be highlighted in a special global event that will be of particular interest to students and teachers. Called “Three Days of Action”, it is set to begin on April 20th.
Schools have played an increasingly significant role in celebrating Earth Day and it is hoped that every child will have the opportunity to take part in Earth Day activities.
Why Celebrate Earth Day?
Resources 4 Rethinking encourages students and teachers to participate in Earth Day 2021. Top R4R Picks will connect you to some excellent resources to support these efforts.