Thursday 22nd April is Earth Day 2021

“Let’s just say that as yet another Earth Day approaches, there’s plenty of room for improvement on everyone’s part.”

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Next Thursday is this year’s Earth Day:

Earth Day: The Official Site | EARTHDAY.ORG

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With the University of Exeter putting on an event:

Alumni and supporters : Alumni Events : WWF – ‘Our Planet: Too Big to Fail’ film screening with expert Q&A :

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And many more events worldwide – for example:

Virtual panel discussion on Passive House Strategies in recognition of Earth Day | PenBay Pilot

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In the lead-up to the day, there have been all sorts of initiatives going on…

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Young people are organising;

Earth Day 2021: Join the Global Youth Climate Summit | Teen Vogue

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And prime time has been showing a series on the poster-girl of the green movement:

Greta Thunberg: A Year to Change the World | Trailer – BBC Trailers – YouTube

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Meanwhile, tomorrow, another film will be shown:

The Year Earth Changed | Movie review – The Upcoming

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The Year Earth Changed — Official Trailer | Apple TV+ – YouTube

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Business is getting more and more committed to the issues:

Engineering a circular food economy | Packaging South Asia

Businesses Call For Huge Reduction In US Carbon Emissions : NPR

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To finish, here’s an interesting piece looking at our attitudes as green consumers – and as businesses:

… it once again raises the issue of who’s really greenwashing here — everyday consumers who swear they are engaging in responsible habits in their daily lives but aren’t, or companies that have set meaningful commitments, are measuring and reporting against them annually and are pretty candid about how they’re doing?

Let’s just say that as yet another Earth Day approaches, there’s plenty of room for improvement on everyone’s part.

Matter of opinion: What the 2021 Earth Day polls reveal | Greenbiz

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