Every year on April 22, the Earth Day comes to us. April 22, 1970 marked the anniversary of many considers the birth of modern environment movement, the Earth Day. But the idea for Earth Day evolved over a period of seven years starting in 1962, Senator Gaylord Nelson insisted the idea that we should thrust the environment into the political mainstream. And finally in 1970, 20 million demonstrators and the thousands of schools and local communities participated in the movement and Earth Day official begins.
The Earth Day urges the government involvement from the very beginning, but as the 42nd Anniversary of Earth Day approaches, people are becoming frustrated with the failure of governments to take any steps towards protecting and preserving the environment. The theme of Earth Day 2012 is “Mobilize the Earth”, which is designed to provide people with the opportunity to unite their voices in a call for a sustainable future. Some people criticized Earth Day for its pessimistic and political ideology. Without the help of government, the strongest power on Earth, you cannot protect the environment from desertification, forest logging, global warming, pollution and population boom, etc.
Let’s keep these beautiful Earth pictures from outer space in our memory, hope they won’t become history, so we should do something to change.
Bogda Mountains – The Turpan Depression, nestled at the foot of China’s Bogda Mountains, is a strange mix of salt lakes and sand dunes, and is one of the few places in the world that lies below sea level.
The Himalayas – Soaring, snow-capped peaks and ridges of the eastern Himalayas Mountains create an irregular white-on-red patchwork between major rivers in southwestern China. The Himalayas are made up of three parallel mountain ranges that together extend more than 2900 kilometers.
Mississippi River Delta – Turbid waters spill out into the Gulf of Mexico where their suspended sediment is deposited to form the Mississippi River Delta. Like the webbing on a duck’s foot, marshes and mudflats prevail between the shipping channels that have been cut into the delta.
Richat Structure - The so-called Richat Structure is a geological formation in the Maur Adrar Desert in the African country of Mauritania. Although it resembles an impact crater, the Richat Structure formed when a volcanic dome hardened and gradually eroded, exposing the onion-like layers of rock.
Everyone can do his own part to help protect our home depending on what he can do. We can simply create an eco-friendly video using PowerPoint with these free Earth Day PowerPoint templates. Take PowerPoint to video converter to finalize our Earth Day PowerPoint to video for uploading to YouTube so that much more people would get into the activity.
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