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United States
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.
United States
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.
Canada
I wish to get my school and my city involved in planting as many trees as possible for the ENO treelympics!
United States
Our outdoor classroom will become a thriving wildlife habitat attracting and protecting a multitude of urban flora and fauna, including milkweed, hawks, bats, insects, bees, birds, moths, and butterflies to the garden in an area of North Brooklyn with incredibly limited green space. PS 132 students raise money in their annual Penny Harvest and use the funds to give back to the community. Students have consistently chosen to donate a portion of the funds to the Garden every year.
United States
In our little meditation garden at school, we will plant bulbs for spring and summer flowers, as well as some fall plants to attract the insect wildlife that so desperately need our help! We know that Butterflies and Bees are having a hard time of it. We use vinegar and water to spray our precious plants and flowers. We weed by hand, on our knees and have planted all native plants in our garden...We manged to get a couple in Baisley Pond Park, too (all natives)!
United States
We will place hanging succulent baskets in a high-profile location that needs sprucing up. They will be highly visible against a gray, empty wall.
United States
1. We have placed a blue recycling bin in every classroom and office in all of the buildings on the campus. 2. Environmental club officers have a floor of each building to monitor and to empty the bins. 3. Once a week the officers empty the classroom and office bins into a hallway bins. 4. The maintenance crew then empties the hallway bins into the bins outside. 5. The city of Milford picks up the recyclable paper once a week. 6. There are also recycle bins on the sports fields. 7. Recycling is required at every school event.
United States
We have begun our garden seed by planting peas, garlic and onion in addition to our perennial herbs (sage and rosemary). We plan on planting, three types of squashes, cucumbers, peppers, tomatoes, parsley, basis, cilantro, brussel sprouts, and green beans. In the months of may and June, we plan on planting these vegetables from seeds by direct sowing them. We will need help to ensure that the plants are watered regularly throughout the summer months, when school is not in session.
United States
My project will educate people on how pollution has affected our world. It will also raise money for other countries to buy cleaner heating or cooling systems so that we can cut down on the amount of pollution. I will also plant trees and vegetable gardens to help clean air and stop global warming. In the long run, I hope to end this world of pollution we have created.

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