Earth Month Challenge:
- Post photo with a tree and include #ThinkEarth
- Tag and challenge your friends to the same
Trees do so much for us. They clean the air, cool our homes, and they’re just a beautiful sight in our everyday lives. So why not pose with one?
This year for Earth Month, we want you to show your appreciation to trees with a hug. You don’t really appreciate them until you give them a hug.
Post a photo of you hugging your tree on Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #ThinkEarth to be part of a gorgeous mosaic in support of Earth Month. Don’t forget to tag your friends and challenge them too.
Let us know in your own way are helping earth:
It is super simple to be part of the mosaic:
We will reply to your tweet and also send you a personalized link to the mosaic.
”Our actions might feel small on any given day, but they add up over a lifetime. Let’s make sure our choices today allow us to leave our children a better world tomorrow.Councillor ChahalCity of Calgary
”It is important to think about earth and take care of our planet, not just during Earth Month, but everyday. We need to keep it healthy and clean so our younger generation can enjoy our plant for years to come.Don MitchellMayor - City of Whitby
”With over 11.5 million trees, Toronto has one of the densest urban tree canopies in the world. It's essential we protect our urban forest, because when our tree canopy thrives, Toronto is a healthier and more liveable city. Together, small changes can make a big difference.Jaye RobinsonCouncillor, Ward 15 - Don Valley West | Chair, Toronto Transit Commission (TTC)
”Whether you agree or disagree about climate change, it's the RIGHT thing to doEric MegarityCouncillor, Ward 6 - South Devon, Barkers Point and Lower St. Mary's
”A healthy environment is important to all of us so every day we should think about earth. Planting trees, walking more, using public Transit, recycling and reusing is just some of the ways we can all help.Allan HubleyCouncillor Kanata South - Chair of the Transit Commission
”Proud of work that many people have done to help the environment. Their great work has inspired others and created the ripple effectRoozbeh Farhadi
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