United States
I want people to understand how air quality affects the overall well being of people. Three of my siblings that all grew up in the same neighborhood got asthma and I believe that there is a correlation between air quality and rates of respiratory diseases/ infections.
United States
Eco Ryders will host four rounds of three week long comprehensive environmental justice classes. The classes will review issues that effect local Bronx youth (example... Lead poisoning, asthma rates, zoning laws) and review how these issues connect to the environment and to policy. Each week will go over an umbrella subject moving from Food&Health to the Environment and then to Policy. Each week will look at the umbrella subject from a local, national and then global perspective in the hopes of showing students how all these issues connect. In addition students will engage in hands on stewardship by helping to maintain community gardens and perform lead testing in community food gardens. As a reward and intensive for joining Eco Ryders students will be taught how to design their own skateboards for free. We like using skateboarding as a tool to attract interest because it also helps to promote healthy living.
United States
Students engage in monthly cooking classes that focus on seasonal and healthy recipes. The 5th graders were eager to reduce their carbon emissions and support local farmers after learning about how they can reduce their impact on the environment. With this grant money, we will supplement our grocery store produce with more local ingredients, calculating the miles saved for each ingredient.
United States
I will host two renewable energy companies at my school to lecture what they do and how students can do their part to help.
Tanzania
We will sprout and plants avocado seeds with our environmental club on an ongoing basis.
Tanzania
Source of clean air and honey,am using my savings to fund the project
United States
United States
Our "Help Our Garden" project consists of beautifying our school garden by painting our wooden garden crates and making a welcoming banner to place at the entrance of the garden with the hope of attracting more visitors so they can take advantage of the fruits and vegetables that we grow there. We also help to sustain our garden by buying more seeds and gardening supplies.
United States
Students will choose countries of Latin America to complete projects, including a written paper and a poster and or powerpoint presentation. They will include information about the country's air, food and health, and the human community and human condition in these areas of the world.
United States
I will have the students to research Latin America and choose a country. The students will complete a research paper on the country specifying the air quality, food and health of the community. The students will study the communities and conditions of their country.

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