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Birds soar and reflect in a pond at Kenilworth Park & Aquatic Gardens in Washington on April 19, 2018. (Bonnie Jo Mount/The Washington Post). Easter, Earth Day and Arbor Day mark a time when many contemplate the fate of their soul and the planet. This year, all three fall in the same week, with Earth Day on Monday (what some know as Easter Monday) and Arbor Day on Friday. Even though on the first Easter morning Jesus Christ was mistaken for a gardener, the three holidays derive little synergy from one another. Environmental scientists warn that the window in which humanity can reverse or mitigate climate change is rapidly closing. Yet, remarkably little cooperation exists between these sci... Full story

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