Earth Day Activities in Durban

Sunday the 22nd April 2012 marked the 42nd anniversary of Earth Day. This is a historic event where people unite globally to take action and call for a sustainable future. Over one billion people in 192 countries and over 56,000 university students took part to honour this day, uniting with the same goal in mind – to ‘mobilize the Earth’. 

The Greenpeace Local Durban Group saw this day as an opportunity to bring light to our country’s current energy crises, and to promote the value and necessity of renewable energy solutions in South Africa.

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Sunday the 22nd April 2012 marked the 42nd anniversary of Earth Day. This is a historic event where people unite globally to take action and call for a sustainable future. Over one billion people in 192 countries and over 56,000 university students took part to honour this day, uniting with the same goal in mind – to ‘mobilize the Earth’. The Greenpeace Local Durban Group saw this day as an opportunity to bring light to our country’s current energy crises, and to promote the value and necessity of renewable energy solutions in South Africa.

 

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