Contensive specializes in web application solutions for the most challenging visions and processes. ‘Complicated made easy’ reflects our obsession with solving problems and finding answers to even the most difficult business challenges. At Contensive we do the heavy lifting!
Website App Development
Bring your vision to life or revitalize a tired website. Leverage the latest mobile and desktop technologies.
Contensive is an online strategy and development organization. We specialize in website and online application solutions for even the most challenging visions and processes. We provide life-cycle support.
Our strength is our experienced team and our dedication to real-world, time-tested principles: a realistic budget, a disciplined process, and enough flexibility and creativity to accommodate any requirement. We all succeed when everyone brings their best work to the table, every time.
If you are serious about results and believe in bringing the right design for your audience and about making your project work your way, no matter how challenging, contact us today. Let us tell you more.
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Earth Day was first observed on April 22, 1970, when an estimated 20 million people nationwide attended the inaugural event. Senator Gaylord Nelson promoted Earth Day, calling upon students to fight for environmental causes and oppose environmental degradation with the same energy that they displayed in opposing the Vietnam War.
In July 1970, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) was established in response to the growing public demand for cleaner water, air, and land�its mission to protect the environment and public health. Earth Day also was the precursor of the largest grassroots environmental movement in U.S. history and the impetus for national legislation such as the Clean Air and Clean Water acts. By the twentieth anniversary of that event, more than 200 million people in 141 countries had participated in Earth Day celebrations.
At the turn of the twenty-first century, the EPA was announcing new requirements for improving air quality in national parks and wilderness areas and establishing regulations requiring more than 90 percent cleaner heavy-duty highway diesel engines and fuel.