What do you think about the future? Our point of view, V. Vlov 8A8A School 1173 Moscow. - презентация
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What do you think about the future? Our point of view, V. Vlov 8A8A School 1173 Moscow
The aim of the project is to: 1. insure teenagers their future wont be happy if they stay indifferent; 2. make them active nature lovers; 3. teach them to think globally, act locally.
I am afraid of the future! I am afraid of the future. Everything is changing so quickly. Bombs, pollution, dangerous technologies, new serious diseases… And whos responsible for it all? Just think of Chernobyl. They say, that people will die of cancer in the next 20 or 30 years because of this accident. I think, the next century could be a really dangerous time.
I dont care about the future! Whats the point of thinking about it. I am young. I just want to go out with my friends, play football, volleyball and have good time. I cant change much in this world until I grow up.
I am looking forward to it! In ten years? Im looking forward to it. I think its going to be the age of communication! Computer science has developed so fast. Scientists and computers are going to control everything. Lets wait and see!
I am really optimistic about the future! I am really optimistic about the future. Just think about the progress in different areas. Medicine and electronic technology, space discoveries, for example. One day? A am sure, there will be cures for AIDS and cancer.
Help the nature survive! Dear boys and girls! Dont stay indifferent, our future depends on our way of life, our love to nature and our active position. Help the nature survive! Making a few small changes in your home and yard can lead to big reductions of greenhouse gas emissions and save money. Explore our list of you can take around the house to reduce greenhouse gas emissions: Change 5 lights Change a light, and you help change the world. Replace the conventional bulbs in your house with bulbs that have the ENERGY STAR and you will help the environment while saving money on energy bills. If every household in the RF took this one simple action we would prevent greenhouse gases equivalent to the emissions from nearly 10 million cars.
Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle If there is a recycling program in your community, recycle your newspapers, beverage containers, paper and other goods. Use products in containers that can be recycled and items that can be repaired or reused. In addition, support recycling markets by buying products made from recycled materials. Reducing, reusing, and recycling in your home helps conserve energy and reduces pollution and greenhouse gases from resource extraction, manufacturing, and disposal. Use water efficiently. Saving water around the home is simple. Municipal water systems require a lot of energy to purify and distribute water to households, and saving water, especially hot water, can lower greenhouse gas emissions.
What else can we do? We invite you to take part in Bitsa-forest activity programme! What can we do? Support Bitsa-forestry is a great help: Feeding birds in the forest; planting trees, collecting litter. February the Mouse Day Action was started in Bitsa - forest. Pupils of our school were invited to take part in it! It was a very interesting and memorable day for us!
Think globally, act locally! Dear boys and girls! Dont stay indifferent, our future depends on our way of life, our love to nature and our active position. Help the nature survive! Visit my Wiki-project,
My Dream by Gillian Brown I love all kinds of animals Dogs and cats and rabbits. I love all kinds of animals, Despite their little habits. If I had tons of money, Dyou know what I would do? I would buy lots of animals And have my own Zoo. But they wouldnt be in cages, They would be free to run around. And there is one thing they would feel And that is safe and sound!
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