Along with tens of thousands of organizations around the world, Keep Sedona Beautiful has been forced by the COVID-19 pandemic to cancel Earth Day events this year.
While we’re focused on our health and the health of our friends and loved ones, we should take time to remind ourselves to look to the health of our planet.
The stunning decreases in pollution that are being recognized world-wide as economies are temporarily shut down vividly demonstrate the impact that human activity is having. THIS ARTICLE in EcoWatch and THIS ARTICLE from Time Magazine discuss the changes, demonstrating that we can heal the earth quickly, if we muster the willpower to do so.
On this 50th anniversary of the first Earth Day, KSB asks you to look back on the past half century. If you’re old enough to remember, what were you doing that day? Did Earth Day 1 have an impact on your life? If you’re not old enough to remember, or were not focused on it at the time, you can learn about it on THIS PAGE.
After the COVID-19 pandemic has passed, which it certainly will, we should increase our collective commitment to healing our most important patient – Planet Earth.