Earth Day 2009

To sustain this free service, we receive affiliate commissions via some of our links. This doesn’t affect rankings. Our review process.

Earth day on the calendarEarth Day is a time for each and every one of us to stop and reflect on our planet, and feel thankful for everything that we’ve been given. After all, without Earth, there wouldn’t be much of us. And if we’re not careful, there might not be much planet left for future generations. Take this day to give yourself some time to reflect on how you can contribute to the planet’s health and well-being, and in turn the health and well-being of your children and grandchildren, and all those that will follow our generation.

Clean Energy Legislation

One way you can help is to support the clean energy legislation that is being debated in Congress right now. Not only will the bill create new jobs, it will also help solve global warming by putting more comprehensive restrictions and controls on carbon pollution.

Do It Yourself Environmental Tips for Earth Day

Earth Day Tree HuggerPerson hugging treeIf everyone took the time to change their lives in just one little way on Earth Day 2009, there would be a near cosmic shift in the health of our planet. Check out the rest of our website for dozens of ways you can make your life more environmentally friendly and aware right now. From recycling to buying local produce, switching your light bulbs to CFL, using a low flush toilet, reducing the use of plastic bags at the grocery store, and even adopting a penguin – Earth’s Friends has you covered when it comes to finding ways to make a difference at home, right now.

About The Author:

Sadie is a vegetarian and an avid recycler who loves riding her bike and practicing yoga. She is passionate about the planet, conserving life’s precious resources and making the world a better place for generations to come. A big fan of up-cycling, Sadie loves yard sales and vintage stores to find new uses for old things. She loves to cook, clean and enjoy the many parks and outdoor spaces in DC where she currently resides with her husband.

Her expertise has appeared in many notable media outlets, including The New York Times' Wirecutter, Forbes, People, Reader's Digest, Apartment Therapy, and other regional news organizations.

Disclaimer: This website contains reviews, opinions and information regarding products and services manufactured or provided by third parties. We are not responsible in any way for such products and services, and nothing contained here should be construed as a guarantee of the functionality, utility, safety or reliability of any product or services reviewed or discussed. Please follow the directions provided by the manufacturer or service provider when using any product or service reviewed or discussed on this website.