Who's feeling green this Earth Day?

  • Poppress
  • April 22, 2016
Who's feeling green this Earth Day?

To celebrate the 46th annual Earth Day we took a look at what brands are doing to encourage humans to think about the planet and how it can be saved.

Facebook reminded users scrolling through their news feeds to 'think about our impact and make a positive change'.

Google celebrated the day with this beautiful alternative to its logo.

Ellen DeGeneres gave away some gifts in celebration of the day.

NASA will be celebrating with some out of this world images of Earth.

National Geographic is feeling green, sharing images of trees to mark the day. 

ZeroFoodPrint is targeting restaurant carbon footprints iin its campaign. It is reaching out to all restaurants around the world to donate $1 per cover to offset the carbon footprints of their diners.

If you wanted to get amongst the festivities, you could make these Earth Day themed cookies.

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  • StopPress Team
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