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Celebrate Earth Day by sending the application to GDA for the Green Sustainability Award

Every year on April 22, Earth Day marks the anniversary of the birth of the modern environmental movement in 1970. The Earth Day is a reminder of the importance of taking action to protect our planet. That's why we're excited to announce the Green Sustainability Award, which is dedicated to projects and products that promote sustainable materials and processes while reducing our reliance on fossil fuels.

Whether you're working on a product that uses biodegradable materials, or developing new technologies that reduce our need for fossil fuels, we want to hear from you. Our goal is to encourage and reward innovative projects that contribute to a more sustainable future.

So if you're working on a project that fits the criteria for the Green Sustainability Award, we encourage you to submit your application today. We believe that by promoting sustainable solutions, we can all do our part to protect our planet and create a brighter future for generations to come.

Thank you for joining us in celebrating Earth Day and promoting sustainability. Together, we can make a difference!

Some more Earth Day information from the "Days of the Year":

Who created Earth Day?
Although the stage was set at the 1969 UNESCO Conference in San Francisco, the execution of the day can be credited to US Senator Gaylord Nelson who proposed an environmentally focused day for college campuses. The idea grew from there.

Where did Earth Day start?
The first ideas for Earth Day were formulated in the United States and meant to be observed as “teach-ins” on college campuses, but the idea quickly grew and it eventually turned into an international day including most of the countries on the planet.

Is Earth Day international?
Yes! Although it is called Earth Day and it began in the US, the day is now celebrated and observed in a majority of the countries throughout the world–at least 193 countries.


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