Earth Day 2019: #EarthDayRemindsMeThat Trends As Twitterati Share Some of Their Thoughtful, Sarcastic and Hilarious Tweets
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Every year on April 22, Earth Day is observed as an annual reminder to be kinder to our planet. We, humans, generate a lot of waste that contribute pollution to the air, water and earth. Plus the way we are brutally destroying the wildlife and environment in general, adds more stress to the concern. With the increasing damage that we have created to the planet to lead a modern lifestyle, Earth Day reminds us of a lot of things. And that is what Twitter today is stressing. Along with the #EarthDayRemindsMeThat, Twitterati online is sharing some of their thoughtful, sarcastic and hilarious reminders that we should stop ignoring right now. Here Are 5 Ways In Which You Can 'Protect Our Species'. 

Earth Day is said to be the largest secular observance in the world. What began as a day of environmental preservation in the United States back in 1970 is now a large-scale push for clean habitat around the world. Earth Day 2019 is a time to reflect on why it is so important that we not trash our planet. This year, Twitterati took part on Earth Day by sharing blatant tweets that we should not be ignored anymore, ultimately promoting why we need to dedicate one day as a reminder to preserve nature. Sudarsan Pattnaik Urges People to ‘Act Before It’s Too Late’ on Earth Day. 

Hug a Tree Today!

Reduce and Reuse

Let's Do it Before it is Too Late

Did You Forget That Too?

Stop Using Plastics

It is High Time

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Since its inception, Earth Day continues to grow as a worldwide phenomenon focussed on promoting clean living and a healthy, sustainable habitat for people and wildlife alike. Earth Day observation will continue to promote environmental awareness, reminding us that we can protect the planet in our everyday lives as well. Keeping the environment clean, safe and enjoyable for all of nature’s inhabitants is a full-time responsibility and everyone should participate in it.