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Students create recycled plastic bottle greenhouse
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Brilliant! Shining a Light on Sustainable Energy. This book covers the travels of author Michelle Mulder who shows both in text and photos of her travels of how children around the world are using sustainable energy to power their lives.
Brilliant!: Shining a Light on Sustainable Energy by Michelle Mulder Pub Date: October 01, 2013 Did you know that cars can run on french-fry grease or that human poop can be used to provide power to classrooms? Kids in Mexico help light up their houses by playing soccer, and in the Philippines, pop-bottle skylights are improving the quality of life for thousands of families. Brilliant! is about what happens when you harness the power of imagination and innovation
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Government of South Australia, SA Water and KESAB logos A resource to support units of work covering the topics of water quality and water sustainability. Useful information about ‘Untreated water’, ‘Safe drinking water’, ‘Using water wisely’ and ‘Who’s looking after your water?’ Curriculum support materials including curriculum-linked lesson ideas and student activity sheets. Interactive case studies that tell the stories of ‘What’s in the water’, ‘Bore-to-tap’ and ‘Using water wisely’.
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Students understand that there are many different definitions of #sustainability & recognise common themes in these different definitions. Students identify how they think about and define sustainability.
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Defining sustainability - Years 5 & 6 - Cool Australia
ANSTO Plastics ProjectThe ANSTO Plastics Project is your chance to get involved in ANSTO’s environmental research, and learn more about the effects plastic litter can have on our beaches, waterways and marine wildlife.
ANSTO Plastics Project
Aim to Sustain Students identify and explore ways in which human activity can threaten biodiversity and the health of our planet. Students are encouraged to take positive action to promote sustainability. The four resources: Get the message, Help a habitat, Alien invaders and A world of difference include videos, SMART notebooks, worksheets and links to further interactive resources
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Aim to Sustain - Students identify and explore ways in which human activity can threaten biodiversity and the health of our planet. Students are encouraged t...
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The Big Thirst: The Secret Life and Turbulent Future of Water, by Charles Fishman (2012). “Water is the most vital substance in our lives but also more amazing and mysterious than we appreciate. As Charles Fishman brings vibrantly to life in this surprising and mind-changing narrative, water runs our world in a host of awe-inspiring ways, yet we take it completely for granted. But the era of easy water is over.” (Website)
Should you drink bottled water? (And other questions for Charles Fishman) | Daniel H. Pink
Buy Kim Toft: The world that we want
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Children,s Books that help with the Australian Curriculum Cross-curriculum Priority: Sustainability.
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Pesa 269.000, la plastica che inquina gli Oceani - News - World Wine Passion
Study Estimates More than 250,000 Tons of Plastic Waste Floating in World’s Oceans A new study published in the PLOS ONE scientific journal yesterday estimates that more than 250,000 tons of plastic –... Read more »
Trash hampers search for missing plane - CNN Video
The Pacific Ocean Garbage Patch is an enormous collection of trash that is collected and deposited by ocean currents in the middle of the North Pacific Ocean. The trash mainly comprises of plastic debris and is not only huge but is also scattered along a wide expanse making it difficult to clear up the choked-up water space
Garbage Island - Not very pretty at all, but a place where everything ends up, eventually...
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"Photo Gallery: Polluted Oceans" The Ocean National Geographic
Great Pacific Garbage Patch Keeps Getting Bigger
Have you ever thought where your rubbish goes if you do not recycle? It will more than likely end up at the Pacific ocean garbage patch, it is the largest landfill in the world and floats in the middle of the ocean. The majority of the patch is made up of plastics, debris and other litter. It is said to be three times the size of Britain. If this image does not make you stop and want to make a change I do not know what will.
To save Mother Earth we can start by recycling and using energy saving light bulbs in our wall lights and our other lighting fixtures. Remember what Charles Baudelaire had said that "nothing can be done except little by little."
An open-air garbage dump tarnishes the sapphire coast of Barrow, Alaska. Trash that makes its way into the oceans decomposes very slowly, littering coastlines, polluting ground water, and harming marine creatures that mistake the trash for food.
#DiveAgainstDebris today and support the movement for a trash free ocean - Photo Malik Naumann - Marine Photobank
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Coastal Cleanup Day - Support the movement for a trash free ocean
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When you throw it "away" it goes somewhere... REDUCE REUSE RECYCLE
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Dec 11, 2012: Huff Post - Ocean Plastic's Impact on Wild Sea Turtles by Wallace J. Nichols
Great Pacific Garbage Patch...stop buying plastic bottles
Trash Island in the Pacific Ocean. You may have heard that there is a large island of trash floating in the Pacific Ocean. This is actually just one of the trash islands on the planet. It is comprised of tons of particles of trash (mainly plastic) that have gathered together due to the behavior of the ocean’s current. It contains many chemicals that are dangerous to living organisms. Many animals are killed from it, because they mistake bits of trash as prey.
Plans were unveiled by Boyan Slat, founder of The Ocean Cleanup Foundation, for an Ocean Cleanup Array, brought on after launching a school project that analyzed the amount and size of the plastic particles in the ocean’s garbage patches. The Ocean Cleanup Array project has the potential to remove 7,250,000 tons of plastic from the world’s oceans; save hundreds of thousands of aquatic life each year; and reduce PCB, DDT, and other pollutants from affecting the food chain, which includes human...
Map showing the oceans' five major gyres | The Great Pacific garbage patch, also described as the Pacific trash vortex, is a 'gyre of marine debris particles' in the central North Pacific Ocean located roughly between 135°W to 155°W and 35°N and 42°N. .. The patch extends over an indeterminate area, with estimates ranging very widely depending on the degree of plastic concentration used to define the affected area.
Great Pacific garbage patch - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lots of our trash ends up in the ocean. Here is how long it takes for them to decompose (if ever). Diapers and plastics take 450 years :(
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Many types of debris, including glass and plastics, can stay in the marine environment for several hundred years. The figure below, released by NOAA, shows how long common items persist in the marine environment.
The types of debris that ends up in our oceans via Monterey Bay Aquarium
MARINE DEBRIS POSTER
Ocean Garbage | MastersDegree.net @Amy Lyons Larson
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Exactly why I dont eat any sea creatures....
Eating our own garbage and killing oceans life.
Oceans of Garbage | Keep our planet clean #food #environment #trash #infographic
Ocean Garbage - Pollution Infographic that shows why fishing is not killing the oceans, but we have through our lifestyles
Why are people eating their own trash? #food #environment #trash #infographic
Ocean Garbage - Masters Degree
There is a garbage patch in every major ocean on the planet.
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EARTH SCIENCES: "The Great Pacific Garbage Patch, also described as the Pacific Trash Vortex, is a gyre of marine litter in the central North Pacific Ocean located roughly between 135°W to 155°W and 35°N and 42°N. The patch extends over an indeterminate area, with estimates ranging very widely depending on the degree of plastic concentration used to define the affected area."
Reduce Reuse Recycle! "The Great Pacific Garbage Patch, also described as the Pacific Trash Vortex, is a gyre of marine litter in the central North Pacific Ocean located roughly between 135°W to 155°W and 35°N and 42°N. The patch extends over an indeterminate area, with estimates ranging very widely depending on the degree of plastic concentration used to define the affected area."
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Plastic trash on a beach in Hawaii
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Less garbage in the oceans and on beaches begins when you shop. Take care with how much packaging you're purchasing. lean towards products with less package. Recycle everything possible, reuse or re-purpose as much of what's left as you can. THEN put the remainder in the trash.
Plastic trash on a beach in Hawaii - that vacation I was planning may become a beach clean up week. Poor Hawaii :( The coasts of ower planet changed by human!!!
Algalita: studying an ocean of plastic
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Ocean trash. True story
You wouldn't bathe in this... then why should marine life? Ocean Conservancy Awareness Campaign
Being the most dominant species on this planet, it is our responsibility to ensure that the well- being of others and our planet is met. This image represents the rule of thumb: Treat those how you want to be treated. If we wouldn't bath in this type water why should the other living organisms have to? #Respect #WouldYouBathInIt?
Reduce your use of plastic, detergents, artificial chemicals and all that other crap you don't really need, & keep our oceans clean! -Aimee Dars Ellis. I would not bathe in old macoroni! You are right Aimee. - Piper
Reduce. Reuse. Recycle.~~ Help save this planet! Please like this "OUR DYING WORLD" page & help spread the word! https://www.facebook.com/pages/OUR-DYING-WORLD/246376638844906?ref=hl
This is just an advertisement that is talking about not polluting into the oceans because we wouldn't bathe in water like that so why should the marine life. The reason there is pollution and the water is like this is because of humans and how they interact with the environment.
Sooner or Later.
Ocean trash poster
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All sizes | Ocean trash poster: "The most dangerous species in the Mediterranean" | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Most dangerous species in the sea ... Sting Ray? Man O' War? Great White Shark? No. Of course, the Hairless Ape, the Human.
The Most Dangerous Species in the Mediterranean Infographic :: The oceanic waters are home to many ferocious and intimidating creatures but the most dangerous of all creatures appears to be the humans. Human waste deposited into the oceanic waters can reap negative effects on the marine life in many ways. This infographic examines the most common types of human wastes, how the waste affects the marine life, and how just how long the average lifespan of article is.
The Most Dangerous Species in the Mediterranean. Uncontrolled waste is a threat to the seas. This infographic examines the most common types of human wastes, how the waste affects the marine life, and how just how long the average lifespan of article is. Watch out for long living ferocious beasts like the plastic bottle, the tin can, and the battery. Agència Catalana de l'Aigua. Generalitat de Catalunya. Spain.
This Is How Your Plastic Bag Ends Up In Massive Ocean Garbage Patches. Be aware. Make a Change. #EarthDay
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The Tragedy of Ocean Trash Infographic. This Is How Your Plastic Bag Ends Up In Massive Ocean Garbage Patches. Be aware. Make a Change.
How #plastic comes into The #Ocean
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10 Facts about our oceans
Repin & Like - Find out 10 amazing facts about #ocean through this #infographic <3 Love Scuba Diving <3 Moray Dive gear <3
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Ocean Facts - Amazing ocean trivia! ♥ Do you want to spend more time in the ocean? Try This Simple System That Gave me the chance to pursue my scuba diving hobby: https://successrx.leadpages.net/pt-scubadiving/ #ocean #facts #scubadiving
10 Amazing Facts About Our Oceans - DIVE.in
Collapsing Seas, Threats to the Oceans #infographic
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Biggest Threats To Ocean Life.
SAVE THE SEA! If you eat seafood PLEASE purchase from a reliable source and in moderation. I would love for my children to enjoy the ocean too.
PROTECT OUR OCEAN creatures! Collapsing Seas
Why are our seas collapsing? « Beach Chair Scientist
Why our seas are collapsing Infographic via @Mother Nature - #ocean #ecology
Threats to the Oceans – Infograph
For every litre of plastic bottled, a 1/4 litre of fossil fuels are used
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For every liter of plastic bottled water, 1/4 liter of fossil fuels are used - that contribute to global warming. Pack your reusable water bottle on your next outing & encourage others to do the same.
Bottled water is a rip-off. Don't buy it. Filter your tap water if necessary. Add a slice of lemon for vitamins. Save a fortune - and the planet! Every water bottle requires 1/4 as much oil as it does water to make. Choose reusable instead of disposable water bottles!
For every liter of plastic bottled #water, 1/4 liter of fossil fuels are used. Please fill filtered water with reusable bottles instead! http://pacinst.org/publication/energy-implications-of-bottled-water/ … pic.twitter.com/Q4PyOO8maB
Drink Tap Water - Richard Bruskowski
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Plastic bag bans: Infographic shows how different regions stack up - Worldwide, we use more than 1 trillion plastic bags every year. Though many areas have worked to ban them, certain industries are against it, as are change-resistant consumers. This global survey shows you the trends.
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Plastic Bags Bans - A World Survey | #infographic #environment #gogreen
Plastic Bag Bans: A World Survey from Reusable Grocery Bags
Plastic bag infographic -- think twice before you bag it!!
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Plastic bag ban #plastic [Infographic]
No more plastic!