Earth Day & Tree Hugger Song

Earth Day 2012 – Mobilise the Earth 

Sunday 22 April, a date for the diary! This year is the 42nd anniversary of Earth Day. Their website says: people are becoming frustrated with the failure of governments to take any steps toward protecting and preserving the environment. The Earth Day 2012 campaign is designed to provide people with the opportunity to unite their voices in a call for a sustainable future and direct them toward quantifiable outcomes, using vehicles such as petitions, the Billion Acts of Green campaign, and events.

We are in the run up to Rio+20 – will the world’s leaders pledge to take real action to safeguard our planet and our own survival? This is the year to act and call on them to make real change.

Steve Paskoski has written a song for Earth Day. In his words: “this song is a tribute my daughter Stephanie and the growing number of concerned individuals who appreciate the delicate balance of Nature and their responsibility as stewards of our Planet.” The Tree Hugger Song goes straight to the heart of the Woodland Trust’s work, enjoy!

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About Kay Haw

Assistant Conservation Adviser, Woodland Trust. Nature is my passion, especially woods and trees which are just amazing elements of life. One day (soon) I hope we humans learn to work in harmony with Mother Earth.
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2 Responses to Earth Day & Tree Hugger Song

  1. calmyourbeans says:

    Reblogged this on calmyourbeans.

    • Kay Haw says:

      Thanks for reblogging! I’ve just been enjoying some of your other blog content – great posts.

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