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What to watch, Earth Day edition -- VIDEO

Earth Day, the perfect occasion for you to kick up your feet, sit on the couch, and watch some movies. Okay, so this may not be the traditional way to celebrate the day, but it is something good to do after a day of volunteering — or a day of thinking about volunteering.

The first Earth Day was April 22, 1970, and has been celebrated each April 22 since then. It’s a day to honor the Earth, to help the Earth, to think about the Earth. Lots of Earth. Now’s a tricky time for this lovely ol’ planet though, with global warming and pollution and all that fun stuff, and that means it’s a tricky time for people’s opinions of the planet. So we’ve compiled a movie or TV show for each kind of Earth Day celebrator, ranked from most to least depressing:

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Google doodle celebrates Earth Day

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Today, Google celebrates Earth Day with an interactive doodle that changes with the seasons.

The doodle starts in the spring with snow-capped mountains and lush green grass and moves through a dry summer and snowy winter. The image depicts both day and night, complete with fireflies.

Run your mouse over the dandelion rows to watch them blow around and through the sky to see the breeze swirl. Clicking on the clouds makes it rain and snow, depending on the season, and pressing on the mountain cave brings a bear or two. READ FULL STORY

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