Progress Against Climate Change: A Hemp Seed in the Google Doodle on Earth Day 2024

Progressi contro il Cambiamento Climatico: Un Seme di Canapa nel doodle di Google in questa Giornata della Terra 2024

Progress Against Climate Change: A Hemp Seed in the Google Doodle on Earth Day 2024

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Earth Day and Progress Against Climate Change

Every April 22, Earth Day invites us to reflect on the beauty and fragility of our planet. Originated in 1970 by American activist Gaylord Nelson after an oil spill in 1969 in Santa Barbara, this day aims to promote environmental education and encourage concrete actions to safeguard our environment. This day is no exception, and this year, Google's doodle for the day makes us reflect on what protecting our planet really means.

What the Google Doodle means and Humanitarian Progress

The doodle that Google presented for "Earth Day 2024" illustrates the "Great Glacier of Europe" and the Vatnajökull national park, located in Iceland. This symbol reminds us of the importance of protecting fragile ecosystems that are facing the effects of climate change. The doodle also shows the Great Green Wall in Nigeria, a project launched in 2007 that aims to combat desertification, demonstrating the progress made in tackling global environmental challenges.

the Doodle published on April 22, 2024

It is interesting to note that the first of the two Google O's looks like a hemp seed seen under a microscope and we at MamaMary can only be happy. By composing all the photos the word Google is formed :)

Hemp: A Green Ally in the Fight against the Climate Crisis

Hemp poses as a powerful solution against global warming and devastating weather events, thanks to its ability to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through carbon sequestration. This plant not only absorbs CO₂ but also improves soil quality and increases biodiversity, making it an ideal choice for sustainable practices. Limiting heat waves and preserving biodiversity.

Biodiversity and Resources

By planting hemp, we help protect the planet's biodiversity and resources by decreasing dependence on fossil fuels. Throughout the year, the Earth Day Network works with communities and governments, such as through international agreements such as the Paris Agreement, to promote hemp cultivation as a way to conserve the land and its species.

Events and celebrations to address environmental challenges

The importance of global events such as the Earth Summit or the Earth Day celebration in Rome shows the progress made so far in the fight against climate change. These events serve to inform and raise awareness about climate change and how every community can contribute to the great cause.

Environmental Protection

From Vatnajökull in Iceland to the Great Barrier Reef, and from the Amazon forests in Brazil to the beaches of the Turks and Caicos Islands, our planet is full of natural wonders that need urgent protection to preserve their beauty and biodiversity. We need to address the climate crisis with green solutions and hemp is one of those that not only helps prevent extreme weather events but is now at the center of environmental policies around the world.

A Sustainable Future

Earth Day is a constant reminder that there is still much work to be done in our fight against climate change. Planting a hemp seed is a simple yet powerful step that any of us can take to contribute to this global movement. This April 22, 2024, join us and Mamamary in the mission to plant hemp seeds for a greener, cleaner future. Together we can continue to make progress towards a more sustainable world by celebrating and protecting the Earth's biodiversity.

Mamamary Promotions for Earth Day

On the occasion of Earth Day 2024, Mamamary together with the ecological movement dedicated discounts on hemp seeds to the day. These seeds can help protect the natural beauty of areas such as Jaú National Park in the heart of the Amazon rainforest or the nature reserves of the Pilbara Islands in Western Australia.


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