Activism: Saving The Planet Starts At Home

Half a billion of you will help salute Earth Day 2000. Here are ways to lend a hand on the morning after.

Better find a hole to crawl into if you don't want to take part in Earth Day 2000. Organizers expect the multitudes celebrating the 30th anniversary of the original Earth Day to be half a billion strong, from the throngs planning to gather in Washington and Hong Kong to countless individuals ready to join in via the Internet. The theme is finding solutions to global warming: cars will be banned from some streets in Rome; Mexico City will send 30,000 students out to plant seedlings (new trees soak up heat-trapping carbon dioxide); and the Earth Day Energy Fast campaign, based in...

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