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Earth Day 2021 Google Doodle showcases videos encouraging people to plant seeds

There will be a Google Doodle on Earth Day 2021, which highlights “How everyone sows seeds for a brighter future-a seedling!” A short animated movie on the Google homepage shows an elderly woman who is half asleep sitting Under the tree, leaning on the bark to read, and her daughter started planting saplings. After planting the sapling, she watched the sapling become a mature tree. At the same time, she also grew old. This cycle has continued, and the lessons of one generation have been passed on to the next generation.

While encouraging everyone to find such a small act to help restore the earth, Google said: “It will definitely take root and blossom into something beautiful.”

The Google Doodle page for Earth Day 2021 added: “The planet we call home continues to nourish life and inspire miracles. Our environment is struggling to sustain us, which requires us to return to favor. Today’s video Doodle shows natural habitats. The various trees planted in China, this is one of the many ways we maintain the health of the planet for future generations.”

“Earth Day” is celebrated around the world on April 22 to support environmental protection and earth-related causes. U.S. Senator Gaylord Nelson from Wisconsin proposed the idea of ​​Earth Day. The first celebration was on April 22, 1970. At that time, about 20 million people in the United States protested environmental negligence. Through planting trees, cleaning up roadside garbage and organizing various activities to raise people’s awareness of sustainable life, celebrate “Earth Day” on a global scale.

This year, “Earth Day 2021” graffiti artist Sophie Diao (Sophie Diao) talked to Google about this concept, and she hopes her narrative is about the importance of trees. “I first studied all the methods of afforestation technology and best practices. My story inspired people. They grew trees and cared for their lives, and people (sometimes a community, sometimes personal work) aimed at planting trees and afforestation. .”Add to.

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