THE IDEA OF “GREEN” has been with us for quite some time. April 22, 1970, marked the first Earth Day celebrated in the United States. Through legislative action, a day was designated as a platform for discussion and demonstration for green events and issues. Americans came together with concern over the deterioration of the environment and the consumption of resources, demonstrating that they cared and that they were ready for stronger political action. This event may have marked the ...
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