In 1970, a senator from Wisconsin decided to harness the country’s growing frustration over pollution and turn it into something positive. He envisioned a day where people could celebrate the environment, and think of ways to protect it for generations to come. Fifty years later, while people celebrate Earth Day indoors, it’s a reminder to create a healthier planet before it’s too late.
About Josh Code
Josh Code is a sophomore at USC. He is majoring in journalism and most enjoys writing about film, urban planning, and pop culture. When not writing, sleeping, or studying he is an avid music listener, earring craftsman and Laura Dern enthusiast. His proudest accomplishments include surviving a lightning strike and holding hands with Stevie Nicks.