Earth Day Edition 2023

As spring appears many of us rejoice in venturing out into the fresh air, soaking in the sunshine, and being involved in outdoor activities.  While we may enjoy nature,  are we doing all we can to protect nature?   Our generation needs to be the voice that ensures our planet heals from previous damage and has policies and practices in place to prevent further damage.   The staff of the Concord Chronicle is focusing on the environment for this special edition.  We encourage all of you to be aware of your individual impact on the environment and how the smallest decisions can affect positive change. Click on each image below to read the environmental pieces our staff writers have assembled for this edition.

Recycling is Key

Julia Stevens, Staff Writer

Did you know that about 91% of plastic is not recycled? Did you know that about 68% of paper and cardboard are not recycled? When these materials do not get recycled the earth and the animals on it are affected severely.

The Willow Project: What you need to know
The effects of fast fashion
Gardening: a beneficial hobby
Environmental Science class increases awareness
How pollution is affecting Michigan
Save the bees and the trees

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