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Earth Day – April 22, 2024

Earth Day, which originated in 1970 through the efforts of Senator Gaylord Nelson, has evolved into a global movement, reminding us of the importance of environmental conservation and sustainable living. It serves as a crucial platform for raising awareness about pressing environmental issues like climate change, deforestation, pollution, and loss of biodiversity, prompting individuals, communities, and governments to take action. Earth Day also underscores our intergenerational responsibility to protect and preserve the Earth for future generations. The consequences of inaction are profound, with adverse impacts on ecosystems, human health, and socio-economic stability. Overall, Earth Day catalyzes positive change by inspiring collective efforts to safeguard our planet’s health and vitality. Earth Day is not just a single day of observance but a call to action year-round. 

In celebration of Earth Day, we invite you to visit the library and explore our collection of books on climate change, sustainability, and environmental conservation.

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For those who prefer to read electronically, check out our digital library offerings, including e-books and audiobooks on  LIBBY or HOOPLA.

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