Mother Language Day has been celebrated each February 21 since 1999 to increase awareness and to focus on preserving the world’s language diversity.
As thoughts of love fill the air, it is a good day to think of how to #loveourplanet.
Climate change is a triple threat. There is clear and convincing evidence that climate change takes the greatest toll on poverty, hunger, and public health.
The start of a new year is the perfect time to form better habits to help the environment. Planet Aid has compiled a list of reasons why you should start recycling your used clothing ASAP!
Going into 2020, focus shifting your lifestyle so that you are having a positive impact on the environment.
Imagining Africa without AIDS was unthinkable 31 years ago. Today it needs to be the goal. Millions now have access to treatment, education, and early intervention.
While it may seem close to impossible to be eco-friendly on such a consumeristic day, we’ve compiled a list of five items to help get you through that consumerism and stay environmentally conscious.
It is important that you start recycling, if you have not already. You can start small by formulating a system at home to recycle plastic bags and bottles. Every small action can result in a big change for mother Earth.
In the interest of providing taxpayers with information about the value of their federal investment in this regard, it might be helpful to look at some of the top myths surrounding foreign aid, and how these myths compare with reality.
From single-use coffee cups to cheap fast-fashion sweaters, fall can be a difficult time for planet Earth. Luckily, there are simple eco-friendly lifestyle changes you can make this season, starting right now!