Earth Day - Everyday
On Earth Day, April 22, 2020, Earth's Natural Force Connections and the University of the District of Columbia had a scheduled Earth Day Celebration on the Campus of UDC, with delegations from schools, throughout the District of Columbia, and well, you know, that didn't workout.
However, here we are together, Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day. We have so much to grateful for. We have a beautiful planet to take care of and together, we will make Washington, DC #1, in reducing our carbon footprint and Save Our World.
Join the Earth Day
TO MAKE A CHANGE
ON aPRIL 22ND
Welcome Students, Families and Friends of ENF Rangers,
Take a Virtual Field Trip on our Website, as you Celebrate Earth Day - Every Day, with your Family, your Teachers and your Friends.
Watch the Videos, get involved, and share the message to help Save Our World.
The future of our world is in your hands. We need you to insist that your Family, Friends and Community take care of the environment, so that the air you breathe is clean, the water you drink is pure, and the oceans and creeks have no toxins in them.
Be strong in telling this message. This is your Planet, created for your enjoyment. Don't let anyone mess it up.
Keep a Journal and Answer These Environmental Questions.
From watching the Video, what are some things we can do to help end climate change?
Why is it important to protect the Earth?
What is our responsibility to the Earth to keep it clean?
What is the relationship between people, the Earth and Nature?
Thank you for joining our Earth Day, Online Call on Zoom.
Stay tuned for more Online Calls, Webinars and Video Discussions on what we can all do to help Save Our World.
Students, Thank you for inviting your Parents to join the calls with you.
Mother Nature's ENF Ranger, Sargent Blue Bird wants you to Take Action.
Mouse over the Green Box to get your list of fun ideas to Celebrate Earth Day, Every Day!
50% of the world’s population lives in urban areas, so it is vital that our water systems produce clean drinking water to avoid illnesses and widespread disease.
Research shows that there is a direct link between living close to toxic waste and occurrences of cancer and the increased cases of malformations of the people close to its vicinity.
Access to clean water and limiting exposure to toxic waste ensures environmental health in the populations of our urban areas. The alternative would result in significant human injury.