Tuesday is Earth Day, which Facebook marked with a list of the top 10 U.S. National Parks by 2013 check-ins, adding that 9 percent of users who check in at one U.S. National Park in 2013 visited more than one during the year.
Spirit brand Grand Marnier is marking the season of giving with its second annual Grand Giving Tree Facebook application, which allows users of the social network to choose between three charitable organizations by selecting ornaments that represent the charities and placing them on the virtual Grand Giving Tree.
Disney is gearing up for Earth Day with its upcoming launch of Facebook game Disney Animal Kingdom Explorers, which it described as an “ecologically minded social game.”
Greenpeace has set a deadline of Earth Day, April 22, for Facebook to pledge to switch from coal to renewable energy sources.
It’s April and amongst all the Earth Day and Earth Month-related events, Coca-Cola is asking Facebook users to give up their profile pics in order to raise money for Ocean Conservancy. For each Facebook user that participates by changing their profile pic as required, Coca-Cola is donating $1 to the conservancy, whom they’ve partnered with for 15 years. The conservancy is dedicated to getting rid of litter from our oceans and waterways.