Tribune-Review: Remembering the First Earth Day, 50 Years Ago

Sen. Gaylord Nelson, a Democrat from Wisconsin, launched the first Earth Day by linking the press of human numbers with environmental concerns. In his words, “Population is the greatest threat to the environment” and “There is no way in the world we can forge a sustainable society without stabilizing the population.”


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