United States
Here are some basic things we can do to help the environment: Not littering does the same thing as picking litter up; just not littering saves more of your own energy than picking it up. Saving water in the sink and shower reduces the load on sewer clean age plants, which pollute the air. Turning lights off can also help, as long as you don't turn them on, then off, then on again, because that wastes even more energy. We can make a positive difference if we all act to save the beauty and nature of the earth.
United States
My project will be started by taking cuttings of native plants already present in my neighborhood, such as Wild Tamarind, Gumbo Limbo, and Fire Bush. I will then plant them around my school with the help of the rest of Ecology Club. I will add to our thriving native garden and create a "mini-forest" that will help increment the amounts of native insects, birds, and other small animals.
Australia
With each purchase of a phone case all profits are donated to wildlife conservation and rehabilitation projects around the globe. Phone cases are available at https://www.etsy.com/au/shop/PhoneCases4Wildlife or visit macnominate.com. You can also follow this project on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/makeachangeforwildlife and instagram at http://instagram.com/make_a_change_for_wildlife
Australia
On December 6th 2014, people around the world will spend a few hours picking up litter in their street, neighbourhood, local park, beach, workplace school, or wherever they can, to make the world green and clean again, and safe for wildlife. A facebook event has been created: https://www.facebook.com/events/1561976780689227/ and an instagram account has been set-up: http://instagram.com/cleanupyourworld
United States
Gather a group to pick up the trash.
Morocco
organising aa workcamp and plant many trees and creat some artistical works and sensibilize children and weman by making them part of the project from the beggining. many partners will be also part of this operation.
United States
The kids had a great time building their own nesting habitat and it allowed their creativity to show. Most of the kids recycled materials (soup cans, two liter bottles, etc.) to create a cylinder to hold bamboo and paper tubes. Some kids stated they wanted to build a wooden frame around their tubes and planned to finish their projects at home. To learn more about our project, read our blog post "Insect Hotels: Nesting Habitat for Mason Bees" [ http://evavarga.net/2014/03/20/insect-hotels/ ]
United States
We will collect monarch eggs from our area and raise "cats" (monarch caterpillars). Then we will tag and release them through the MonarchWatch program. We will also catch and tag wild monarchs from our area to assist as citizen scientists in helping to gather data.
United States
raise $1,000 through donations from family, friends and the community
United States
CMS Pet Palooza: the sponsored organizations have a table at the event with volunteers. CMS students invited to bring dogs and participate in dog shows. Teachers judge. More info here http://animalsandplanet.weebly.com/.

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