Earth Day 2018 is dedicated to teaching individuals how they can end plastic pollution in their communities. From poisoning marine life to clogging our streams and landfills, the exponential growth of plastic pollution now threatens the health of our planet.
Since the first Earth Day almost fifty years ago, Earth Day Network has grown to one of the largest global environmental activist groups with over a billion participants annually.
Whether you are an individual, business leader or educator, find out what you can do to help reduce plastic pollution in your life this April 22 at https://www.earthday.org.
– Bret Buckel, Gambel Communications