Every year, on April 22, the United Nations celebrates Earth Day.
This date is not by chance, as it is the day after the spring equinox and refers to the 1962 book (and environmental manifest) "Silent Spring" by US biologist Rachel Carson. It is from this book that Earth Day draws its inspiration.
The basic idea behind the celebration is that everyone has the right to live in a healthy and sustainable environment. Instead, problems such as pollution, the depletion of resources, and the destruction of ecosystems, biodiversity, and traditions are increasing. Fortunately, we can tackle these problems by focusing on recycling, reuse, and a wide range of environmental protection actions.