April 22, 2019 is Earth Day, the world's largest environmental movement. As Democrats, we know the environment is a key issue for ourselves and future generations. This week we're focusing on ways each of us can make a difference.
Did you know that the first Earth Day (1970) brought together both sides of the aisle? In fact, by the end of the year, lawmakers came together to create the United States Environmental Protection Agency and passed the Clean Air and Clean Water acts. It was a historic moment.
Make some time this week to take action on climate change. Something as small as a neighborhood pickup or as large as a rally in your area can make a big difference.
Not sure where to start?
Call your elected officials and let them know the environment is important to you.