United States
My project will clean up my apartment complex as well as the land surrounding it.
United States
Our compost will recycle food wast and reintroduce it to the environment in the form of compost where to can help plants thrive.
United States
Students will conduct a sustainability audit of a local organization, undergo research and present recommendations on how to reduce the organization’s environmental impact. Students Will Be Able To: -Clearly explain sustainable solutions related to water, waste, energy and food, including how to approach them, why to approach them and the benefits of the practices. -Critically evaluate an organization's practices. -Compare and contrast organizational practices based on standard practices, best practices and what is needed to achieve a sustainable business economy. -Apply prior knowledge of environmental themes to create tangible recommendations. -Compile a written report with various courses of action, including references, photos and evidence. -Present their research to an authentic audience and follow up with the organization to record their impact.
United States
Ms. Baker's world changers will get to learn all about how we can make less trash and why we need to. We will then have a reusable bag design contest with the winning design being printed on a couple hundred reusable bags. The kids will get to greet customers at our grocery store and offer them a free bag as well as talk to them about our campaign!
United States
What our project will do is that it'll stop the food desert in Camden and help beautify this portion of it and let people of our community come over and plant what they desire. It's all free and we also take very good care of the plants.
United States
We will continue to collect certain recyclable items back to the manufacturer through TERRACYCLE.
United States
Research on microplastics in ocean and fresh waters, beach sand. Research impact of ocean plastics on marine organisms. Impact of breakdown of plastics into polymers that are human endocrine disruptors, especially youth and pregnant women. Development of a bi-lingual education and action campaign for the broader population. Brochures, Public Service announcements, tabling at Earth Days, parent meetings, health fairs. Students will collaborate with other teams nationally and internationally. Also with Algalita, 5 Gyres, Last Plastic Straw.
United States
We will fundraise and sponsor a "festival" of sorts that celebrates STEAM, Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics. Over 50 representatives from Arkansas and beyond including the Fay Jones School of Architecture. There will be 3D Printing, recycled cardboard boxes for exercising the imagination by building anything!! Many more activities will be available to make it an unforgettable day!
United Arab Emirates
We, as students of the UAE, made it our mission to do our part in spreading the word about Earth Hour by conducting a campaign on March 24. Earth Hour is the world’s environmental movement towards action on climate change and it involves a straightforward action: switch off the lights and other electrical appliances for one hour, between 8.30pm to 9.30pm, every year in March. The aim is to show your responsibility and commitment. This year Earth Hour was celebrated on Saturday, March 25.
Canada
We will start gathering recyclable materials from homes (wood, cardboard boxes, used paint, clothing, storage bins, etc.), make a thorough plan of the shelter and which animal it is targeted for and start building.

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