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The project is to design a city that functions solely on alternative forms of energy. Students will build vehicles using solar, wind, water and biofuels in a green city. They will use mainly Lego kits to make solar cars, trains, cranes, wind generators and water turbines to provide power to the "Green City".
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Trash collecting field trips, tree planting field trips, raise money for organisations
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Getting engaged: We will investigate what is a satellite, which materials are used in order to build one and why are the necessary for Earth sciences. Community mapping: We will interview people in our island and ask them how the felt when they saw the oil spill and how it affected their lives and we will write an article expressing their opinion. We will contact the environmental organization of Salamina (PERIVOS) in order to give us a talk about the environmental impact of the oil spill. Taking action: we will build our own satellites, using LEGO We Do 2.0 , we will write code in order to program to move around our inflated Earth. We will try to find data (pictures from the Copernicus / Sentinel satellites) in order to investigate how large was the oil split. Celebrate: We will present our work during the “Astronerds saving the Earth” classroom party.
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We are a team of eight primary school students from the private school "Elliniki Paedia". We are working on a power point which we are going to present to the students of the public school of our neighbourhood. The content will be the harmful effects of the wood smoke of fireplaces on the atmosphere and our health. We aim at informing students and motivate them to discuss about this problem with their parents. Moreover, we are going to inform them about the proper ways of using fireplaces that will not pollute our environment. We will print leaflets with instructions about the proper use of fireplaces which we will give to the students to take home. Additionally we are going to distribute these leaflets to residents mainly to local shops and places many residents visit.