I fully expect to be chastised severely, and perhaps even accused of heresy for voicing this opinion, but I am unapologetic in refusing to wax enthusiastic over the extravaganza which has been celebrated since 1978 as “Earth Day.” Admittedly, its adherents are, for the most part, well-meaning and sincere, and I will submit that any activity which weans children from TV, taking them out-of-doors and teaching them not to litter has intrinsic value.
Earth Day little more than a fashion statement
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