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Earth Day is every day

Earth Day is every day! Take our Earth Day Quiz and see how much you know about the challenges facing our fabulous planet, and what we can do to help make the world a better place.

There are 10 questions and you can add a comment with your answer, if you like. When you submit your answers, you’ll get to see all the correct answers, plus your score. If you enjoy our Earth Day Quiz, please share it out, then take action! Good luck!

Welcome to our Earth Day Quiz

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1. Approximately how old is planet Earth?
2. Approximately how many species of living things become extinct every single day?
3. In which country was the first Earth Day held, on 22 April, 1970?
4. Humans have produced about 8 billion tons of plastic since 1950. How much of this has been recycled?
5. Which country creates the most plastic waste each year?
6. The goal of the global Paris Climate Agreement, which was signed in 2015, was to keep the world’s temperature from rising more than how many degrees Celsius over pre-industrial times?
7. One of President Trump’s first actions was to withdraw the US from the Paris Agreement. How many US states decided to stick with the Paris Agreement, forming the United States Climate Alliance?
8. Which country/bloc emits most CO2?
9. Four of the world’s largest consumer goods companies produce 6 millions of tons of plastic waste every year, but which creates the most?
10. Which country produces the most oil?

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Earth Day Flag By John McConnell (flag designer) NASA (Earth photograph) SiBr4 (flag image) – File:Earth flag PD.jpg, File:The Earth seen from Apollo 17 with transparent background.png, Public Domain,

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