United States
Show youth proper ways to recycle and keep community clean. Also, create better eating habits.
United States
Clean up the community. Show kids a healthier living. Go out in the community and pick up trash and recycle.
Canada
We will plot a garden Build an ecofriendly playscape And help the local birds and bees thrive in our area by planting things for them as well as putting up feeders and houses.
Purchase enough reusable bags that would eliminate the use of plastic bags altogether for grocery, pharmacy, and storefront shopping. Regularly wash these bags to keep it hygienic for fruits and vegetables. Continue to carry a reusable water bottle and purchase glass beverages.
United States
While teaching youth how recycling can be fun by making Valentines with recycled materials- we will, at the same time, make paper circuit hearts that light up! The kids will have original pieces of art to surprise their Valentine…. all the while learning about science, art, and technology!
United States
I am going to contact the local Alzheimer's organization to see if there is a nearby shelter for people with Alzheimer's to donate Valentine's Cards to. If not, we will give the cards to the elderly nearby. We will create the cards out of recycled paper and use recycled crayons to write on them. We hope to bring some happiness to their faces during this holiday!
Nepal
In this project, the students will be divided into six groups to research about the food wasted per day. Similarly, they will take interview with kitchen staffs and other staffs to learn where the waste food go and what happens with them. In the end, students will educate other students through a drama performance during their lunch break.
United States
Our project will buy more compost tumblers and worm bins to use more cafeteria food scraps and classroom paper products.
United States
Science Club Students will visit local elementary and middle schools to educate students about aquaponics and the global need for sustainable food production and clean water conservation. We will demonstrate how to build a simple aquaponics systems and provide schools with inexpensive materials and seeds to get them started.
United States
Ideally, we want to collect the uneaten and unwanted food from breakfast and lunch on campus that would be thrown away otherwise. This food would be kept in a separate fridge in our cafeteria and then be transported to a local nonprofit and given to those who need it.

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