United States
These young people intend to hold another school-wide No Straw Challenge, hoping it will be for 30 days instead of just a week. They want to make glass straws available for students--perhaps as prizes for the class that does the best in stopping the use of plastic straws and also as prize choices for students who earn "MLK Bucks" as part of a positive behavioral initiative. In addition, they want to reach out to local restaurants to ask them to stop automatically giving patrons plastic straws. These awesome youngsters are quite serious about making an impact.
United States
We will be going around to different places and events, teaching kids what to do in these situations. To begin, as we must start small, we will be teaching them how to make a water filtration straw. We will also be asking for donations, in order to create donation kits for homeless shelters. This incorporates the idea that they do not have power, and we will be helping them along with educating children.
United Kingdom
We will first raise awareness of the litter problem in town on 13th August 2018 then do a community litter pick around town hall on 16th august after that we will teach people how to recycle everyday objects themselves as a hobby at a pop up at town hall on the 18th August and finally on the 22nd of August we will conduct a community litter pick from the top to bottom of the high street all who attend will be given a certificate that officially makes them a member of Coleraine litter squad.
United States
We have several campaign goals: 1. Organize a town-wide cleanup in the spring, following the success of our last cleanup 2. Distribute litter collection barrels around town 3. Implement smaller campaigns, such as a social media challenge to pick up 5 pieces of litter every day
United States
We will study the problem, learn why we should care, and what we can do about it. Students will create a marketing campaign across the high school, middle school, and elementary levels. They will partner with PTA, administration, and other schools to make available reusable water bottles for purchase and to encourage all to use reusable water bottles.
United States
Students will work on reducing the campus waste and start recycling. They will invest the quality of those water fountains around the campus. They will also work on a lot at the back of the campus to grow vegetables or flowers with different type of fertilizer.
United States
A sale stand of handcrafts at local farmers’ market
United States
The app’s components will be quite diverse, including the following: a forum where eco-citizens can exchange information, and an events calendar which provides a user-friendly layout of the newsfeed, an Opportunities for Involvement button, which directs students to internships, summer programs, field trips, club-initiation resources, and workshops, such as TreePeople’s annual Youth Leadership Summit, the choose-from-a-list option containing clearly laid out project ideas, or the Eco Quiz for the less decisive, which guides the participant through questions regarding available funds, space, and administration’s disposition to help find a suitable project, and finally, a Support Resources page with apps and organizations who can lend support for eco-projects. We are very excited to say that we already have our App design company planned out -- they are called Palisadian Apps, and were started in 2016 by a high school student and his former technology teacher!
United States
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United Arab Emirates
Last year, the Prakriti Environmental Club at my school, the Abu Dhabi Indian School, conducted the Electronic Waste Collection Drive within the School Campus.

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