Happy Earth Day! No one cares. BEYONCE! Now I got your attention.According to a recent study by the Project for Improved Environmental Coverage, more people care about Beyonce then the deterioration of Mother Earth. Mentioning Beyonce's name in a story received 11 times more attention from people than stories about deforestation. Environmental stories make up less than one percent of headlines, whereas Beyonce alone saw more coverage over six out of the 10 broad environmental topics tracked in 2014. “It is hard to argue that Beyoncé warrants 92 times more mentions than deforestation on network TV news programs,” reads the press release, “given the important role forests play as our planet’s lungs and that many millions of people and species depend on them.” Beyonce might want to rethink her TIDAL strategy to include promotional campaigns about the cause and effect of greenhouse gases. How can someone rule the earth yet destroy it at the same time?
#noplacelikehome @nasa #earthday Earth day should be celebrated like all these other holidays...Not with everyone giving and getting presents but singing songs REJOICING, being with FAMILY, being filled with GRATITUDE for what we've been given by the world! Nature is selfless... She just keeps giving... But she will eventually run out (CA) for our kids and their kids if we don't return her graciousness... Earth day should never stop being celebrated... Because every time we look at the sky.... Walk bare foot in the grass, stick our toes in the ocean or jay lay in a bed of puppies just remember... There is no place like home... Aka planet Earth.... #sotakecareofit #wecantadaptoanotherenvironmentsotakecareofthisone