Fifty years ago, before the environment was seen as a political cause, it united everyone.
From Zac Efron's doc to Meghan Markle's Disney+ debut, here are the best new offerings to watch on the 50th anniversary of Earth Day.
You don't know what you've got 'til it's gone.
From sea to shining sea.
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle!
Because we love and respect Mother Nature!
🌎 Earth day should be every day. 🌎
Get ready for a serious case of wanderlust.
Never buy hair elastics, coffee filters, or plastic sandwich baggies ever again.
From nature docs to warnings about our planet, here's what to watch for Earth Day.
How green are your thumbs?
GUYS I LOVE THE EARTH SO MUCH.
These products are all naturaaaal, baby.
"If you litter, shame on y'all!"
Very good boys.
"For the first time in human history, the stability of nature cannot be taken for granted." —David Attenborough
From backpacks made from billboards to biodegradable phone cases, these are businesses who truly care about the environment.
I see your plant shelfie and raise you a bookend that doubles as a planter.
I ditched all my skincare and shower products that came in plastic containers for a month and traded them for products that produced ZERO garbage.
Let's just call this preemptive Marie-Kondo-ing, shall we?
By 2050, the ocean is expected to contain more plastic than fish (by weight).
The streets of New York City were once flowing with human waste before the city took action.
"Preserve and cherish the pale blue dot, the only home we've ever known.”
On this day eight years ago, the Deepwater Horizon offshore drilling rig experienced an uncontrollable blowout, causing an explosion that killed 11 people and set off the most devastating environmental disaster in US history.
A little inspiration for your next meat-free meal.
As shared by the BuzzFeed Community.
Take me there, I wanna go there.
Save your wallet and the environment.
Also maybe don't touch them more than you need to.
Rid yourself of fast fashion and check out these sustainable brands instead.
How well do you know these national treasures?
For anyone who'd like to have plants (but always kills them).
As suggested by the BuzzFeed Community.
Here's how to care for the Earth without having to become vegan or grow all your own vegetables.
Which of Mother Nature's gifts means the most to you?
People used to watch bears feed out of dumpsters for fun.
I can't live without these things.
Reminder: stars can't shine without darkness.
"Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better." — Albert Einstein
They don't call it "America the Beautiful" for nothin'.
The best part of this is how much money you'll also save.
No space shuttle required.
Your single serving habit just got more useful.