April 22, Earth Day celebrates 50 years. However, Earth Day 2020 will be markedly different than years past given the COVID-19 pandemic! With lockdowns and quarantines in place, there will be no celebrations or climate protests in the streets. But fear not, there will be countless virtual and digital events around the globe!
Participating in these virtual events can still allow your voice to be heard for a new beginning for the planet 🙂
“Thanks to technology, Earth Day will be going digital. People will have to engage in meaningful and impactful conversations about the environment via the internet. We can all participate from home while social distancing and protesting virtually. You can create a poster and share it on social media with hashtags #EarthDayNetwork; attending a virtual presentation organized by students, universities and other leaders and more.”
I once received an email from an aunt which was written entirely in CAPITAL letters. I replied and asked why she was SHOUTING!?
Perplexed by my response, apparently she was oblivious to the fact that writing in ALL CAPS translated in to shouting.
Was she not aware of this? Isn’t this a grammatical given? I guess there was some ‘splaining to do.
You may have that OMG moment where you realize you want a new logo, brochure or website for your business. And want it done ASAP!
With a deadline looming, if you don’t already have a relationship with a graphic designer, you realize you need to find one pronto! However, your project’s desired completion date may not coincide with the availability of the designer you’d like to work with.
In our world of immediate gratification – one where everything is “I want it now”, you’ve hit a log-jam.
Earth Hour 2017 is just about upon us. It’s time to
“Turn Up The Dark”
Earth Hour 2017 coming up this weekend. In staying with my roots as an advocate for this big blue marble we call home, I like to dedicate a post to this event. So it’s time for a shout out for Mother Earth!
“Each year, millions of people around the globe unite for an hour to celebrate our amazing planet. Will you join us for Earth Hour in 2017?”
In 2016 over 12,700 major landmarks switched off the lights, 178 countries and territories participated and 2.4 million people got involved and took actions.
Considering all the craziness going on with our current reckless administration – wanting to strip away important protections for clean air and water like the EPA, this is important – now more than ever!