Share Your #HopeForEarth
From coral reefs to forests, oceans to deserts, we’re seeing the impacts of humans on Earth.
Climate change, plastic pollution and intensive farming are all ways that we threaten the health not only of the planet but of ourselves. The more humans continue to take away from nature, the more our biodiversity decreases and our ecosystems break down.
We still have time to make a difference. And as we enter into the Decade of Restoration, we must also make a difference in our lives. Going forward, we must act according to what we want to see and what we know we can accomplish. We must act to fulfill our hope.
For the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, our #HopeforEarth is that we collectively act to ensure a future, not solely focused on ourselves, but for all life on earth.
Let us know what your hope is by sharing a picture of you interacting with nature, using #HopeForEarth and tagging @earthdaynetwork.
Earth Day Network’s Conservation and Biodiversity programs work to conserve threatened species, educate on why and how species are going extinct and keep you updated and ready to take action.