Its Our Turn To Lead
On Earth Day we need you to take a stand so that together, we can show the world a new direction. It’s our turn to lead. So our world leaders can follow by example. For many, climate change seems like a remote problem, but the reality is that it’s already affecting people, animals and places around the world. A change needs to be made. On April 22 we are harnessing the power of Earth Day to show our communities and our leadership that we want action on climate.
Over 400,000 people came together this past September in NYC for the biggest Earth march of all time. Their call for action from the city streets reverberated around the world. They rallied for their leaders to recognize the catastrophic implications of waste. They wanted their leaders to come together and find out what they could do to help the world and ecosystem.
It is an important time for us to all reflect upon the impact we have upon the world around us as leaders. We are all leaders at work, leaders at home, and leaders in the community. The world at large needs leaders, true leaders that can help improve our world. These leaders should be able to help and improve our overall lives. This is why we have leaders right.?
As technology advances, the atmosphere surrounding our Mother Earth deteriorates. Everyone is responsible in one way or another for the destruction of Earth’s environment as we are all involved in polluting the air, which in turn is destroying the ozone. Since life on Earth is supported by its environment, everyone needs to play an important role in preserving its natural resources.
To assure we all contribute to the well-being of our planet, one day in the spring of each year has been dedicated to show our appreciation for Earth and the wonderful environment it provides for all its living creatures, known as Earth Day. The first Earth Day was observed in 1970 when residents saw signs of serious trouble; the Cuyahoga River in Ohio was reported to...