A special day dedicated to the Mother Earth falls on June 5, celebrated as World Environment Day. Google has a special doodle to celebrate this occasion. This time, Google has a very simple doodle for World Environment Day with no cute animation or games. On opening the Google homepage, the Google logo changes color into green, and the letter ‘L’ takes the shape of a tree. The Google Doodle subtly evokes a simple message of keeping the environment clean and green. Also Read - Google Android 12 for TV rolling out with some much-needed features: Check detailsAlso Read - Netflix launches 3 new Android games on Play Store: Wonderputt Forever, Knittens, Dominoes Cafe
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While not animated, clicking on the doodle takes you to Google’s Environment Report, which consists of the tech giant’s different projects, its approaches and resources. Google has a detailed report on its projects which is available for download on the home page. Among its environment projects, Google shares details about how the company will reach 100 percent renewable energy for their global operations which include both data centers and offices. More projects included how Google’s Street View cars helped the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) in measuring methane concentrations around the country.
Google discusses its approach towards a sustainable environment, and how the company has invested $2.5 billion in renewable energy projects. Google talks about how the company uses technologies like machine learning and cloud computing to analyze data on different areas like forests, ocean and other ecosystems to help deal with environmental challenges. ALSO READ: Google Doodle celebrates Nutan s 81st birthday
Speaking about World Environment Day, it is widely celebrated across educational institutions, work places, organizations and more. This day is marked as a campaign to make people aware about the devastation caused by us human beings to the environment, and how we can help prevent it. The first World Environment Day was celebrated in 1974 at the United Nations, with over 143 countries participating now. Every year, a host country is selected for the celebrations and a theme is selected. This year, the host country is Canada and the theme is “Connecting People to Nature – in the city and on the land, from the poles to the equator.” ALSO READ: ICC Champions Trophy 2017: Google Doodle celebrates the start of the ODI cricket series