OOT: Met Hari Bumi

by Justinus U A » Thu, 22 Apr 2010 09:32:22 GMT


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 Hari Bumi diperingati pada tanggal 22 April secara Internasional Hari Bumi
dirancang untuk meningkatkan kesadaran dan apresiasi terhadap planet yang
ditinggali manusia ini yaitu bumi. Dicanangkan oleh Senator USA Gaylord
Nelson tahun 1970 seorang pengajar lingkungan hidup. Tanggal ini bertepatan
pada musim semi di Northern Hemisphere (belahan bumi utara) dan musim gugur
di belahan selatan. PBB sendiri merayakan hari bumi pada 20 Maret sebuah
trdisi yang dicanangkan aktivis perdamaian John McConnell pada tahun 1969,
adalah hari dimana matahari tepat diatas katulistiwa yang sering disebut
Maret Equinox.

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