Give us a few ideas for how you will celebrate Earth Day 2008:

Sam Waterston

Actor, Law & Order; board of directors, Oceana

"I'm asking my friends and family to remember our oceans. Oceans cover 71 percent of the globe and are in serious trouble from pollution and climate change — scientists recently projected that if ocean catches continue at current rates, our seafood supply could collapse before the middle of the century."

Majora Carter

Founder and executive director, Sustainable South Bronx

"I hate Earth Day for the same reason that I hate most holidays: It makes people believe they can cover a year of ills by being 'good' on that one day. I celebrate Earth Day every day by doing everything in my power to make this world green for all people, regardless of their race or class."

Anna Lappé

Co-author, Grub: Ideas for an Urban Organic Kitchen

"I'll celebrate with low–carbon footprint food from my local farmers market. Sure, the industrial food system may have brought us such culinary miracles as Cheez Whiz and Froot Loops, but in doing so it's become one of the top contributors to climate change. The livestock industry alone accounts for 18 percent of the world’s total greenhouse gas emissions. So I’ll chow down on climate-friendly fare. No Hummer-on-a-plate burgers for me."

This article originally appeared in Plenty in April 2008. The story was added to MNN.com in April 2010.

Copyright Environ Press 2008