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Putting Down Roots: Businesses Act on Reforestation

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Each year, the Earth Day Network calls on people around the world to act for the environment. For Earth Day 2020—the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, the nonprofit’s theme is climate action.

Technology plays an increasingly important role in climate action, especially as this year’s Earth Day movement goes digital. However, one of the most effective innovations to address climate change already exists: the almighty tree.

The Hershey Company on Arbor Day

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Happy Arbor Day!

Since 2013, we have distributed more than 7.4 million tree seedlings to cocoa farmers and 920,000 multi-purpose shade trees as part of our ongoing, industry-leading agroforestry work to protect the forest and preserve biodiversity. It's a commitment that's about more than chocolate — it's about saving our forests. https://bit.ly/2ysXY6r

Tetra Tech Releases Its 2020 Sustainability Report Card on Earth Day

Using technology to enhance sustainability in our projects, operations, and communities around the world
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Tetra Tech’s 2020 Sustainability Report Card shares how we are using technology to enhance sustainability in our projects, operations, and communities around the world. With the best technical experts and the latest technology, we create cost-effective, sustainable solutions that are good for the environment and the community.

Happy Earth Day From The Hershey Company

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We’ve long known that our business relies on ingredients that come from a healthy earth. That is why we are strengthening our environmental efforts and moving toward science-based targets to reduce our impact on the planet.

Read more about our commitment to our shared planet.

Earth Day 2020: Top Lessons from COVID-19 to Flatten the Climate Curve

By Claire McCarthy Global Director Sustainability, Security & Safety
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April 22, 2020 marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. On the first event in 1970, over 20 million Americans took to the streets in protest calling for increased protections for the planet. A collective generation asked for cleaner water, cleaner air, healthier ecosystems, and an overall healthy, sustainable environment. By the end of 1970, the US Environmental Protection Agency had been created and the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act, and the Endangered Species Act were all passed into law.

50 Ways to Live a More Sustainable Lifestyle

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Although many Earth Day activities—whether in your personal life, in your community or within your company—may look and feel differently this year, the COVID-19 crisis has shown us just how precious ‘outside’ really is. And one of the unexpected outcomes of “stay-at-home” orders is a reduction in smog and air pollution, a reduction in river pollution and even endangered sea turtles again laying egg on empty beaches.   
 

Crowd Cow Commits to Carbon-Neutral Operations through Partnership with the Arbor Day Foundation

Crowd Cow will use verified carbon credits to offset emissions associated with all orders, from field to doorstep
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LINCOLN, Neb., April 22, 2020 /3BL Media/ – A new partnership between Crowd Cow and the Arbor Day Foundation will offset the carbon impact of all Crowd Cow orders. Crowd Cow, the first company to directly connect customers with independent farmers selling pasture-raised meat, will contribute to the Foundation’s verified carbon credit projects in the Mississippi River Valley and Peru. The startup has committed to offsetting all carbon associated with their products, from methane released by animals to trucks delivering products to customers’ doorsteps. 

Timberland Shares an Emotional Open Letter to Nature for 50th Anniversary of Earth Day with a Bold Message: "Caring is no Longer Enough"

Anthem video inspires global community to be heroes for nature
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STRATHAM, N.H., April 22, 2020 /3BLMedia/ - At the heart of the Timberland® brand is the belief that a greener future is a better future. For the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, Timberland has a bold new message to share about humanity’s relationship with nature: “Caring is no longer enough.”

Rod Rose, Bushfire Management Expert

Discussing wildfire protection and management following the 2020 black summer bushfires in eastern Australia
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Rod Rose is Senior Principal, Bushfire Management with Eco Logical Australia, A Tetra Tech Company, based in Huskisson, New South Wales, Australia. He has more than 45 years of experience in wildfire planning and management and is a recognized leader in Australia in this, as well as related fields.

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