Earth Day is this Monday April 22, marking the anniversary of the birth of the modern environmental movement. The original Earth Day in 1970 began as a national teach-in on the environment, and the celebration has grown to involve more than 1 billion people worldwide.
For more on Earth Day, visit Earth Day Network.
You can make every day Earth Day by committing to simple actions at home:
* Reduce Energy Use. Visit Energy Star for tips on making your home more energy efficient.
* Buy Green Power. Find the green power options available in your state.
For more ideas, visit our Take Action page.