Google Doodle commemorated World Earth Day, which is observed on April 22 every year

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Google Doodle commemorated World Earth Day, which is observed on April 22 every year

The Google Doodle commemorated World Earth Day, which is observed on April 22 every year. This year’s Earth Day Doodle emphasizes how anyone can contribute to a brighter future by planting a sapling at a time. The animated Doodle inspires us to contribute to the restoration of the world on which we all depend. This year’s theme for Earth Day is “Restore Our Earth.”

Google has also made a video Doodle to commemorate the day, highlighting how we can all contribute to a better future for the world. “Earth Day is a reminder that everybody can contribute to a better planet,” according to the Google Doodle website. With a little help from Google, see how others are helping to restore forests, oceans, and wildlife.”

“The world we call home continues to cultivate life and inspire wonder,” it continues. Our world works hard to keep us alive, and we must reciprocate. The video Doodle for today shows a number of trees being planted in natural environments, one of the many ways we can help keep our planet safe for future generations.”

The page also includes a Q&A with Sophie Diao, the artist behind the World Earth Day 2021 Doodle, who discusses the inspiration for the project. “Your effort will make a huge difference,” he says in his letter. If we work together, we have the ability to build a better future.”

After the world began to face numerous problems, such as oil spills, smog, and pollution, Earth Day was created. On April 22, 1970, the first Earth Day was observed, and approximately 10% of the US population — about 20 million people at the time — took to the streets in cities and colleges across the country to protest environmental neglect. Protesters have called for a new path for the world. Planting trees, cleaning up litter along the roadside, and holding different events to encourage people to follow sustainable living practices are all part of Earth Day celebrations.


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