#DigiLitSunday: Fragile Earth

digilit Sunday Fragile Earth

What does the “science” say?

Seattle’s March for Science

New York City

Greenpeace – “9 Reasons to March for Science this Earth Day”

Mobile, AL

Boulder, CO

earth day

Is it really black and white?

What if the Earth Treated us the way we treat the Earth . . .

blog fragile earth

Link to watch the YouTube video here.

How do we know?

Here’s what NASA says and the graph on carbon dioxide emissions should REALLY get your attention!

What sparked global warming?

Burning carbon fuels, cutting down forests, . . .  link

Whatever the cause . . .

THINK . . .

Recycle

Reuse

Clean up after yourself

CELEBRATE . . .

Earth’s beauty

Earth’s mysteries

All living things

CONSERVE . . .

Ask yourself:

Is it really necessary?

Is there another way that is better for the planet?

Another way that is better for fellow mankind?

Am I leaving my “space” on Earth in better shape?

For future generations?

make every day

What’s your plan for Every Day Earth Day?

 

 

 

 

 

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4 responses

  1. Love the structure of think, celebrate, conserve. Where did you get the cute Every Day Earth Day image. I’d like a bumper sticker like that. Thanks for joining the conversation today. I can always count on you!

    1. Margaret,
      It was a Google image. You are welcome. I love thinking about your topics.

  2. Fantastic links! Love the mix of humor and facts to think about.

  3. Great video to really get us thinking about how we treat planet earth, Fran.

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