Earth Day is a day dedicated to raising environmental awareness and encouraging people to take action on concerns such as pollution and climate change. On April 22, 1970, the inaugural Earth Day was observed. It began in the United States and has now spread around the world. Some nations, notably the United States, celebrate it on April 22. Others mark Earth Day around the March Equinox. The Day will be commemorated worldwide to raise environmental awareness and encourage people to support environmental conservation activities.
Protecting the Earth
To safeguard all of the Earth’s beauty and many great natural resources, people must keep it clean and pollution-free. Many people participate in environmentally beneficial activities on Earth Day, such as cleaning up the neighborhood, planting trees, and setting up recycling centers. Many environmental activities are held to promote awareness about pollution and habitat conservation, such as organized walks, concerts, and speeches.
You may print and color a variety of free Earth Day coloring sheets from our website. These coloring sheets will help to educate children and raise awareness of environmental concerns. Children may also learn how to help maintain the environment and protect the world for future generations to live on.