Last Earth Day, 22 April, was the day where Bullitt Center, which is being called the “greenest commercial building” in the world, has made its official debut. The building – a total area of 4,645 square meters – covers its energy needs thanks to the huge, almost flat roof which is covered with solar panels.
Today’s logo of Google is overwhelmed by mountains, rivers through the seasons honoring Earth Day is celebrated on 43th consecutive year.
Magnolia Bakery have decided to spread the spirit of earth day with her own delicious way for another year too. Today at the firm’s official facebook page they announced their partership with Urban Greenwalk, in an action that aims to educate individuals and communities on actionable green initiatives and personal eco-responsibility. The organization will launch in Manhattan tomorrow with a signature video walk along the Bleecker Street retail corridor between Bank and Charles Streets.
1. The Nile River is the longest river on Earth. It measures 4,160 miles in length.
2. Mount Everest is the highest mountain on Earth. It’s peak measures 29,029 feet above sea level.
3. The lowest point on Earth is the Dead Sea measuring 1,302 feet below seal level.
4. The Amazon Rainforest is the largest tropical rainforest on Earth.