It’s Earth Day today and netizens took the opportunity to talk about the planet and celebrate the spirit of the day.
The Earth has been providing support to various forms of life for over 4.5 billion years now. And that is a long time to go without any harm or damage, which the earth has experienced quite a lot and in a recurring fashion mostly due to the many disastrous habits and activities of humans. Earth Day was first celebrated in 1970 and is observed on April 22nd to support environmental protection. This year marked its 50th anniversary and once again, people came together to voice their concerns and suggestions towards protecting the Earth from further damage and helping it heal from what’s already done.
Take a look at how netizens observed Earth Day 2020:
— PEANUTS (@Snoopy) April 22, 2020
Air pollution has dropped 60% in some cities under coronavirus lockdown. A new report on major cities found:
— AJ+ (@ajplus) April 22, 2020
— Novak Djokovic (@DjokerNole) April 22, 2020
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Today, April 22, 2020, marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day – the annual celebration of the environmental movement. As people across the globe are staying home to stop the spread of the new coronavirus, the air and seas have cleaned up, at least temporarily. Earth has become both cleaner and wilder Img source: @localsamosa and @indiatimesinsta . . What are your thoughts on this? . . #socialketchup #earthday #earthday2020 #earthdayeveryday #environment #climatechange #pollition #wildlife #wildlifeonearth #coronavirus #quarantinelife #lockdown
Earth thanks humans for giving her the only thing she wanted for her birthday.
— The In And Withiner (@OutAndAbouter) April 22, 2020
Well here's me hugging mother earth for #EarthDay
— Suchita Agarwal (@talesOfsuchita) April 22, 2020
Happy Earth Day! The Earth’s ability to give, nurture and share is something I hope we never take for granted, and perhaps, try to emulate. Forever appreciative of, and grateful to Mother Earth for all that she does. ? #earthday pic.twitter.com/VEF0TwWpcU
— Purva Walse Patil (@PurvaWalsePatil) April 22, 2020
— The Marie ? (@FordMcCartney) April 22, 2020
— Anupriya shukla (@Anupriy01218616) April 22, 2020
— Claire Harrison (@ClaireH35826020) April 22, 2020
#EarthDay2020#EarthDay It is hard to imagine our life without trees, They produce oxygen & keep the earth green, so let's all pledge to do tree plantation, Nourish & grow them for ourselves & future generation. @Gurmeetramrahim
— Alex Adison (@alex_adison) April 22, 2020