Question for April 11,2021
Earth Day is coming up on April 22nd. Dedicated to supporting and protecting a healthy earth, this year represents the ____ annual event.
- 51st – correct answer
First held in 1970, this April 22nd, is the 51st Earth Day. It’s now the largest secular observance in the world with over a billion people participating! Want to know how you can take action this Earth Month?
Question for April 10,2021
Which one of these marine mollusks are noted for their brilliant, colorful appearance and lack of a shell?
Question for April 09,2021
"Mother Nature” is a way of personifying nature, and similar to our own mothers, it’s life-giving and should be…
- All of these – correct answer
Like with our own mothers, Mother Nature should be respected and loved. With Mother’s Day just around the corner, we’ve selected a variety of sustainable gifts to celebrate mom that also support Mother Nature!
Question for April 08,2021
The New York artist Hugo McCloud uses which of the following items to create his art instead of using paint?
- Coca-cola bottles
- Dryer sheets
- Coffee grounds
- Plastic bags – correct answer
New York artist Hugo McCloud has created a series of artworks that contain no paint or glue, only thousands of small plastic pieces cut from single-use bags melted together - the creations are extraordinary.
Question for April 07,2021
What percent of plastic is NOT ever recycled?
- 91% – correct answer
- All plastic is recycled
Shockingly, more than 350 million metric tons of plastic is produced every year, but 91% never gets recycled. Thankfully, there’s still time for change. A bill that would make a BIG difference is in Congress right now, and it needs your support…
Question for April 06,2021
Emperor penguins have to adapt to temperatures reaching -80℉. To deal with this extremely cold and harsh weather, they…
- Chase each other
- Swim in circles
- Huddle together – correct answer
- Stick their heads in the snow
Emperor penguins huddle together to stay warm and escape the wind. They do this by moving inside their huddled group, which protects them from the elements. Their baby chicks learn this in their first winter!