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-Fascilitate discussion amongst members about the importance of action and the best way to affect change -Meet with the mayor to demonstrate our urgency and willingness to take action, and find out the best way to do so -Host monthly meetings to discuss action and begin working
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The group will organize tables with games during all school lunch, ask teachers to distribute videos, and will host an All School Meeting with a focus on Earth Day. The group will also read "An Earth Day Story" and decorate an mural with pledges from the student body on how they can make a difference.
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The Skyview School of STEM Roots and Shoots Service Learning Project meets every Wednesday for an hour. The students will learn the process of composting both with worms and with dairy products. We will celebrate and communicate our results in May at a School Wide Assembly. Throughout the project the students will gain leadership skills by educating their peers.
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We will work in collaboration with the members of our group to create a proposal for our school to begin a change towards solar energy.
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We will present to the City of St. Louis Park a climate report card with a detailed analysis of the cities grades in the four subjects of; Zero emissions plan, Renewable energy, Waste management, and Carbon Removal. We will then ask them to vote on a Climate Inheritance Resolution that is a promise from them to the people of St. Louis Park that they will create a Climate Action Plan.
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Our roots and shoots group is going to a park and we are picking things such as leaves and trash
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We will purchase a large recycling bin and place in the front of our school. We will create a large sign that says, "CAN YOU HELP US" to ask the community to help us by recycling cans. The money collected from the recycled cans will be used to purchase seeds for our school garden. We also wish to start a worm bin to reduce the amount of food being thrown away each day. The worm castings will use added as fertilizer to our school garden.
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Our goal is to educate the public about going green in their house!
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We aim to accomplish our goals by creating an activity book for young children. This activity book, created by members, will be engaging and fun, filled with puzzles, games, and important facts. We hope to pass out these activity books by setting up a booth at the city's annual Earth Day Festival. To attract people to come up to our booth, we will create an Earth Day Ball Game where young children playing will get an activity book and all children and winners will also get a globe key chain.
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One of the students from the Engineering Club will ride a bicycle to generate enough electricity to power a cell phone. The motor attached to the bicycle serves as a generator where human movement produces electricity. The details of our project are currently being investigated, but the estimated cost of this project will be close to $200. We are going to assess the energy output of riding a bicycle for one hour. Then, we will use the data to convince gyms that they could become eco-friendly by using regular bikes for spinning classes and connecting those bikes to motors. One of our classmates will produce a video for us to share on social media.

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