Happy Earth Day Birthday 2013! Earth Day Movie 2013 –> The Revolution Movie
Earth Day Movie 2013 –> The Revolution Movie
Celebrate Earth Week 2014 by watching Disneynature’s “Bear” documentary film.
Disneynature has made the announcement that its new documentary “Bears” will hit theaters on April 18, 2014 – making it the perfect Earth Day activities!
Disneynature’s 2014 Earth Day Movie ‘Bears’ features the brown bears from Alaska’s spectacular, coastal mountains and shores. Disneynature’s Bears will include amusing, tenderhearted moments and fabulous imagery. These Bears are far from grizzly creatures.
“Bears” will be the fifth thrilling nature documentary from Disneynature. Both children and adults absolutely love these films.
This family friendly film/documentary is directed by Keith Scholey (African Cats) and Alastair Fothergill (Earth, African Cats and Chimpanzee).
Bears is currently in production in Alaska’s Katmai National Park. This shooting location provides some of the most spectacular visuals ever for a Disneynature film.
Cinematographer Warwick Sloss films two brown bears as they graze in the meadows of Katmai National Park , Alaska.
This True Life Adventure is Rated G, perfect for kids of all ages! Watch the special Earth Day movie for 2014.
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As we move further into the 21st century, environmental concerns are more pressing than ever. Show the world how much you care about the planet with an assortment of eco-friendly t-shirts! When the time comes for Earth Day 2013, one of these organic Earth Day shirts can aptly demonstrate how committed you are to the environment and encourage everyone who sees you to follow suit.
There are many different examples of green apparel, not only in terms of the message presented but also the materials used. You can feel good about the impact you are making if you make a statement with your clothing purchases while exploring environmental opportunities such a highway clean-ups and recycling drives.
Whatever your particular passion for the Earth is, you can find 2013 Earth Day t-shirts to reflect it. Are you concerned about fracking or the depletion of trees? Do you want to make sure that endangered animals have a fighting chance? Environmental shirts cover a wide range of issues within the broad category of environmentalism, since those who make these shirts know that people are attracted to environmentalism for a variety of reasons.
Not only can you wear organic environmental apparel yourself, you can buy it for those you love and encourage them to wear it. Environmental t-shirts can make thoughtful gifts with a purpose. As long as they aren’t too heavy-handed, the recipients are likely to be open to the message of the shirts, knowing that you spent your money on them. Whether for yourself or for other, environmental shirts are a very effective way to spread the green message.
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World Water Day is on Saturday, March 22, 2014
The ability to access clean water is something that citizens of industrialized nations take for granted. They rarely have to worry about devastating droughts. They never have to worry about finding clean drinking water. They don’t have to watch thousands of citizens die from ingesting contaminated water. World Water Day shines a light on the plight of those individuals who live in communities that don’t have it so easy. This year’s observance will be focused on the need for water cooperation and the challenges of water management.
About one percent of the earth’s water is available for human consumption. However, over one billion people on earth do not have easy access to it. These same people tend to live in communities that can’t access adequate amounts of clean water. Water cooperation is needed in these areas in order to ensure that each person has easier access to it.
Water cooperation is a challenge in areas with limited sources of water. Most of the water in these areas is contaminated with chemicals and human waste. Most of the remaining drinking water will go to the wealthier individuals in the community. In these communities, water cooperation can only be achieved through attention on the national stage. World Water Day 2013 draws attention to the issue by putting pressure on local and federal governments to make changes.
The plight of the poor is not restricted to poverty. Many citizens of impoverished nations are dying everyday because they don’t have access to clean water. 2014 World Water Day will come with the hope that things will eventually get better.
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