Earth Day Celebrated Around The World

Earth Day was first celebrated in the United States in 1970. By 1990 it had gone international and today over 190 countries worldwide take part in Earth Day celebrations. While the reason for celebrating Earth Day remains the same in…

Rufous Hummingbird Gets Top Billing In Google’s Earth Day Doodle

Google has an interesting doodle up for Earth Day. It’s animated, and it shows several different animals as you click. You can click the search icon to learn more about each one. The Rufous Hummingbird appears first. Here’s a closer…

Earth Day 2013 Celebrated with Interactive Google Doodle

For Earth Day 2013, Google is celebrating with an interactive doodle that lets you experience much of what nature has to offer – in animated form, of course. Google’s Earth Day doodle lets you change the seasons, weather, moon, and…

Earth Day Google Doodle Is A Flowery Celebration

“Roses are red, violets are blue, for Earth Day this year, let’s all plant a few.” That’s the message accompanying today’s Google Doodle in celebration of Earth Day. The doodle is a time lapse photo of flowers blooming in the…

How to Mobilize Social Media for Earth Day

Earth’s coming up this weekend, Sunday, April 22, that one day a year when everybody embraces environmentally-friendly practices that they should actually be incorporating into the way they live the other 364 days of the year (or 365, since 2012’s…

Catalog Spree to Plant One Tree for Each Downloaded App

Approximately 53 million trees are cut down annually to produce the 3.6 million tons of paper required for the 19 billion catalogs mailed in the U.S. each year. For consumers, tablets offer a way to enjoy sustainable and immediate access…