46 Hashtags for Earth Day

Since 1970, Earth Day occurs yearly on April 22 to bring attention to environmental issues. If you want to bring attention to your social media platforms to highlight your efforts to protect the environment, consider using the following hashtags for Earth Day.  

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  1. #EarthDay
  2. #EarthDay2022
  3. #InvestInOurPlanet
  4. #SaveOurPlanet
  5. #SaveEarth
  6. #SaveTheEarth
  7. #LoveEarth
  8. #ProtectEarth
  9. #MotherEarth
  10. #ProtectOurPlanet
  11. #EarthDayEveryDay
  12. #EarthFocus
  13. #HappyEarthDay
  14. #ProtectOurMother
  15. #ProtectHer
  16. #ProtectMotherEarth
  17. #ActInnovateImplement
  18. #ClimateChange
  19. #ClimateAction
  20. #EcoFriendly
  21. #GoGreen
  22. #Earth
  23. #Planet
  24. #NoPlanetB
  25. #Environment
  26. #Nature
  27. #NatureLover
  28. #Sustainability
  29. #Recycle
  30. #Reuse
  31. #Reduce
  32. #Upcycle
  33. #ZeroWaste
  34. #SustainableLiving
  35. #GlobalWarming
  36. #EnvironmentallyFriendly
  37. #PlasticFree
  38. #CelebrateEarth
  39. #TreeHugger
  40. #GreatOutdoors
  41. #GoOutside
  42. #HealthyPlanetHealthyYou
  43. #GrowGardens
  44. #GrowFood
  45. #PlantTrees
  46. #OneWorld

Ways to Observe World Wildlife Day

Today, March 3rd is World Wildlife Day. The celebration’s theme, Recovering Key Species for Ecosystem Restoration, focuses on the critically endangered species of plant and animal life. Restoring and protecting habitat is essential for the world’s ecosystems.

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Ways to Observe World Wildlife Day

If you are looking for ways to observe World Wildlife Day, check out the following ideas. Remember wildlife and humans share one planet.

  1. Educate Yourself: Learn about critically endangered species, disappearing habitat, and ecosystems. Educating yourself provide a better understanding of the human reliance on nature in daily life.
  2. Be an Advocate: Use your knowledge to support change for the benefit of wildlife and the environment. Contact your government officials to voice your opinion on petitions, proposals, or other changes that could further damage the environment.
  3. View Documentaries: Watch programs that showcase wildlife around the world. Many programs show the impact of humans on the natural world. Or just learn about endangered species through various award-winning programs.  
  4. Get Planting: Plant trees, shrubs, and flowers native to your area. Even a small patch of native flowers is beneficial bees, butterflies, and other insects. Trees are a natural shelter for birds and other local wildlife.  
  5. Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle: Remember the three “Rs” in your daily life. Being a mindful consumer helps protect the environment. Reduce plastic use. Reuse products by shopping at local thrift stores. Donate your unused household items and clothing. Join a local recycling program or find a recycling center near you.
  6. Get Involved: Join local community clean-up events. Many environmentally friendly organizations sponsor spring clean-ups of local rivers, roadsides, and parks.
  7. Donate: Give to your local environmentally friendly organization.
  8. Enjoy: Getting outside is another way to celebrate World Wildlife Day. Go hiking. Go on a nature walk. Visit a botanical garden or nature preserve.

What steps will you take to protect the wildlife and environment?

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