This is for the Indian Govt. and to the Indian forestry Deparment.,...
In 2012-13,about HUNDREDS of trees were cut-down for construction in Allahabad,U.P for the kumbh fair.
I want to ask you, where are the trees that should be planted in return according to the policy of Reforestation.And where was the forest department when they were being cut.
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i really really want to do a fund raiser for the environment yet i don't know what to do, i need help!!
When it comes to the environment, I love love love animals. Especially snakes, owls, bats, lizards, frogs and turtles. I work at a local park where I handle snakes and turtles and I absolutely love it. I have a lot of people that tell me that I'm nuts to like snakes. I have even been told that snakes deserve to be dead rather than alive. That comment completely floored me because snakes aren't here to hurt us, they're here to help us. And I wish more people realized how cool snakes are.…Continue
My group renovated the foundation of an old homesite in Cedar Falls Park, Chapel Hill. We dug out a pile of glass, rocks, and briars and turned a real eyesore into a historic site along a hiking trail. We found 10 one hundred year old glass marbles that kids used to play with who lived in the house, an old toy…Continue
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Thanks to a bunch of boyscouts and other teen volunteers, Cedar Falls Park has its hiking trails marked appropriately. We pulled out 26 old posts and remarked the trails with Rhino marking system. It looks great. You can drive a Mack Truck over the sign posts, and they still stand straight and mighty. The posts were pulled out using a lever system and physics - an 8 foot post as a lever, 3 small cinder blocks as a fulcrum and a board to catch the lip of the post. These posts had been in…Continue
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GreenUp 500 is a pet project initiated by Dominic Nsikan the DeforestACTION West Africa School Engagement Coordinator. GreenUp 500 is an environmental stewardship project modeled after the DeforestACTION school engagement program which seeks to engage school students and teachers to take actions aimed at halting deforestation. The project aims to engage 50 students from 5 secondary schools around Port Harcourt in planting 500 trees in Port Harcourt Community.…
Coastal Studies for Girls
The beautiful coast of Freeport, Maine provides a stunning setting for a semester or summer experience to explore, learn and grow. Learners with a passion for discovery, an adventurous spirit, and a desire for challenge actively explore coastal marine ecosystems while realizing their leadership potential in a supportive living and learning environment. Please visit our…Continue
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tommorw from 8:00 am -11:30 along with the Discover authorities and other secondary schools on my Island ( Commonwealth of Dominica ) , my school (Convent High School ) will be cleaning up our town. This is to help keep our country CLEAN AND GREEN . Its great to see other secondary schools participating alongside my school and putting aside all rivals and differences and working together to help keep our country's environment clean . A brief report on what we did and Pictures will be up by…Continue
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Whether you want to work on standing out as a leader or just want to improve your confidence and charisma for all aspects of life, you can find some great guidance and advice on this page. Leaders Forum will help you discover and fan-to-flame the Leadership Potentials that are lying latent in you, so you can be more successful, productive and happy in any role in your…Continue
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IF THEY WILL NOT EXIST THEN WE WILL ALSO NOT EXIST.........SO BE LIKE FRIENDS WITH…Continue
In partnership with contest sponsor, Waste Management of Canada, ECO Canada is awarding four Canadian secondary schools with $2,000 each for submitting videos that focus on an environmental issue and related career choices. The winning teams are from the following schools:
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Hi! I'm Jess and I just joined here and I love caring for the earth. I have a blog: teensfortheearth.blogspot.com so please check that out ;) That is where I will post most often.
p.s. If you want to chat with someone, send me a note or something cause I will respond (unless you are a stalker or something :) )
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ECO Canada awards four Canadian students annually with $2,500 towards their first-year tuition in an environment-related program at any Canadian post-secondary institution. An environment-related program can include, but is not limited to, engineering, sciences, social sciences, and mathematics.
Scholarships are awarded to individuals who have shown leadership in her or his community in the areas of environmental protection, resource management, or environmental sustainability.…
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Read the part about the reasons for endangerment. I cant beleive people actually do this its scary and mean!
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Earth Gauge Kids makes the connection between weather and the environment and is geared towards grades 5-8. Weather is part of the environment and influences it in many ways. Here are some examples:
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