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Earth Day

Earth Day
The first Earth Day happened on April 22, 1970. Here Richard and Pat Nixon plant a tree in commemoration.
 

Earth Day is around the corner! Earth Day began during the big wave of environmentalism in the 1960s and 1970s.
Learn more about the holiday, the environment, and the great work of environmentalists worldwide.

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