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Kids Learn To Party With Less Waste And More Fun

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Kids Learn To Party With Less Waste And More Fun

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Kids Learn To Party With Less Waste And More Fun

Kids Learn To Party With Less Waste And More Fun

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The first Earh Day conservation awareness celebration was held on April 22nd, 1970. Hulton Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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A crowd has gathered to attend the first Earth Day celebration in New York on April 22nd, 1970.

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Tomorrow is Earth Day. The moms in this week's parenting segment look at how to reduce their carbon footprint, by generating less waste.

Regular contributor Jelene Ivey is joined by two moms, who co-authored a book about how to keep kids thinking "green." They give creative tips on organizing fun and environmentally friendly parties for children.

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