Earth Day 2021 features Google Doodle, which highlights “how anyone can plant seeds for a brighter future – one sapling at a time!” his bark and a reading book while her daughter continues to plant a sapling. After planting the sapling, she observes how it turns into a fully grown tree. At the same time, she is getting older. This cycle simply continues, with one generation passing on the lesson to the next.
While encouraging everyone to find such a small act that would help rebuild planet Earth, Google he says, “It must take root and blossom into something beautiful.”
The Google Doodle Earth Day 2021 adds: “The planet we call home continues to nourish life and inspire wonder. Our environment works hard to support us, which calls us to return the favor. Today’s Doodle video shows various trees planted in natural habitats, one of the many ways we can do our part to keep our Earth healthy for future generations.
Earth Day is celebrated around the world on April 22 in support of causes related to the protection of the environment and our planet. Gaylord Nelson, a U.S. senator from Wisconsin, came up with the idea for Earth Day. It was first celebrated on April 22, 1970. About 20 million people in the United States then protested against environmental negligence. Earth Day is celebrated worldwide by planting trees, clearing roadside rubbish and organizing various events to raise awareness about sustainable living.
Speaking to Google about the concept this year, Doodle World World 2021 artist Doodle says she wants her story to be about the meaning of trees. “I started by researching everything I could about reforestation techniques and best practices. I was inspired by the stories of people who planted trees when they were very young and cared for them all their lives, and people – sometimes as a community, other times working individually – who set out to afforest a place. She added.
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