"From Dublin to Palo Alto via Milan, Colombia, and London, with world records and airships, in English, Spanish, Hebrew and Chinese, Facebook got a clear message this week, delivered in many ways – it's time the world’s largest social networking site connected its 600 million users to renewable energy, not dirty, dangerous coal and nuclear."
The message was also spreading in the main square of Milan, Italy with the unfurling of a huge Facebook: Go Green banner.
Greenpeace volunteers in Italy have been gathering support from Facebook users across Italy, check out the fun video of their activities.
Earth Day 2011 is April 22. It's only a few days away. Actions like this one can be important to support this year Earth Day's theme: A Billion Acts of Green!
Well, in a different way, schools can organize an Earth Day event.
Earth Day 2011
"What can you do? Earth Day events are limited only by your imagination."
There are millions of things you can do locally to have fun and foster positive change in your school.
Read about a pedagogical project for Earth Day 2008
For more information about the program, please visit the green blog, a project by my students: Geração Verde : Voluntariado Jovem Florestas 2011.
"Sir David Attenborough has voiced his concern about children's declining knowledge of the natural world"
Do you share the same opinion? Do you think that your students decline knowledge of tha natural world?
I just can say that students are very curious to learn about natural world and they are engaging themselves in green actions, more and more each year!
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Earth Day 2011