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celebrates Earth Day, April 22. Choose 5 actions you'll take to protect the environment. Find out about smart commuting, green buildings, and ways to reduce energy use. Learn about acid rain, climate change, drinking water, endangered species, ozone depletion, and other issues. Shoot a 10-second video for the "It's My Environment" project. (Environmental Protection Agency)

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Interesting Fact:

When properly composted, leaves, grass clippings and other natural wastes can become natural soil additives for lawns and gardens, and used as potting soil for house plants.
EPA uses alternative fuel cars and buses vehicles nationwide to reduce emissions.

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