Today we celebrate the 44th annual Earth Day. Founded in 1970, Earth Day was created to raise awareness of environmental concerns such as pollution and waste. Earth Day proved to be a success, with a number of important pieces of environmental legislation passed during the 1970s. Earth Day celebrations have grown over the years, and it is now celebrated across the globe. Check out the infographic below for more Earth Day facts and how you can contribute to a clean environment.
With today being April 18th, a.k.a 2011's tax deadline, we thought it would be a good idea to celebrate Earth Day (April 22nd ) by teaming up with the folks at Shred-It to help our community “shred” those unwanted, clutter-enabling, not essential to your existence documents that you may have acquired over the years. Tax returns from last decade, useless; old credit card offers, it’s probably time for them to go; expired passports, bank cards, passports, visas, and identificati... [More]