The Earth Day Network announced that due to the recent COVID-19 pandemic, the 50th anniversary of Earth Day will be celebrated digitally. On April 22, Digital Earth Day, will take the place of physical celebrations across the United States. This digital celebration will help protect the health and safety of Earth Day volunteers and participants. The Earth Day Network urges everyone who is celebrating to avoid in-person events and, instead, participate in their social media and digital initiative. The hashtags #EarthDay2020 and #EARTHRISE will provide updates and coverage of all digital events including virtual protests, online classes and various social media campaigns.
For more information on Digital Earth Day and how you can participate, go to earthday.org.
Despite being celebrated digitally for its 50th anniversary, Earth Day remains to unite millions of people around the world to initiate change and pressure world leaders act on environmental issues. Environmental law has become very important to those who have been harmed due to exposure to toxic materials and chemicals. Earth Day brings light to these types of problems and how our community can come together to fight for better environmental laws.
If you are suffering from an illness that you believe was caused by toxic material or chemical exposure, contact the Delaware toxic tort lawyers at Jacobs & Crumplar for a free consultation. Our dedicated legal team will ensure that your rights are protected and that you receive the compensation you deserve. Call us today at 302-600-1935 or contact us online. We represent clients throughout Delaware, including those in Dover, Georgetown, and Wilmington.
Remember to celebrate Earth Day digitally this year to help spread the need for better environmental laws to protect our nation.