The Earth has been captivating scientists and the general population for thousands of years. From studying its rotation around the sun to diving into the depths of the ocean, people have been exploring, researching, and hypothesising since the beginning of time. We’ve come to a critical point in history. Nasa has reported that industrial activities and human-produced greenhouses have caused the Earth’s temperature to rise. Earth Day was created to combat the issues that often surround the discussion of global warming and every year people across the world come together to plant trees, clean up waterways, and research sustainable and renewable energy resources. Every year, we celebrate the Earth and its beauty by giving back on Earth Day.
28 April, 2016