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Earth Day Celebration at Binghamton University

"Everyday should be Earth Day, you save energy resources, raw materials," said volunteer Carlos Konowalskyj.

"Earth Day has been such an important part ever since the environmental movement started in the late 60's. I think if we embrace a clean energy future that's where the high tech jobs are going to come from," said Binghamton Mayor Matt Ryan.

"We have showcasing for recycling, composting, sustainable foods, locally grown foods, and live music," said Resource Management Coordinator, Martin Larocca.

"We're having the kids look for the recycling logos and we have them sort out glass and plastic containers," said Carlos Konowalskjy.

"All of these environmental problems are the problems of future generations and how important it is that it's their duty to preserve the environment," said volunteer Jacob Robison.

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