How 'Earth Day' could reinvent itself as… relevant

May 4, 2013
You know how the “Earth Day” story goes. The Cuyahoga River in Cleveland caught on fire. Wild birds were laying eggs so weak, they broke open before the chicks were ready to hatch. Acid rain was skewing the pH of lake, river, and coastal ecosystems. Choking smog blanketed…

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