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  • American Catholic: Earth Day - A Catholic look at Earth Day with resources on environmental information, stewardship of creation, and St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of ecology.
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  • Chemists Celebrate Earth Day - The American Chemical Society provides activities that are designed to enhance public awareness of contributions made through chemistry in preserving the planet and the environment.
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  • Earth Day - Tells what Earth Day is and when it is celebrated.
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  • Earth Day - Small site with the history of Earth Day and a poem.
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  • Earth Day Canada - Includes list of year-round programs and links to sales sites.
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  • Earth Day Information Center - Features a large collection of fact sheets and policy papers. Provided by the National Center for Public Policy Research.
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  • Earth Day Network - Lists how to get involved, news items, upcoming events, and their core issues.
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  • Earth Day on Your Block - Offers activities and projects to help help celebrate in their neighborhoods; lists ideas and resources.
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  • International Earth Day Site - Events, history, proclamations.
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  • Lesson Plan - Earth Day - Teaching plan for teachers of grades 2 - 3. Developed as a student project for Utah State University.
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  • Mythinglinks.org: Earth Day - Offers annotated links to sites that focus on the annual observance as well as related environmental issues.
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  • Planetpals Earth Day - Contains the history of Earth Day, along with many education exercises for children.
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  • TIME Topics: Earth Day - A collection of environmental articles published in the magazine, including stories on toxic waste, ozone and global warming.
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  • US Environmental Protection Agency: Earth Day - Includes history of the celebration, listing of EPA-sponsored events, and other resources.
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  • Man vs. Nature - Editorial asserts that Earth Day is the time to challenge the environmentalist premise that man should be sacrificed in order to preserve nature. (April 21, 1999)
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