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What would you do to heal our home?
Transcript of What would you do to heal our home?
If we cut down a tree, we should plant two more.
If we destroy rainforests, plants and animals will not survive.
If you burn leaves and trash, you will pollute the air.
If we keep the air clean, we will reduce many respiratory diseases.
If you walk more and use car less,
you will avoid more air pollution.
“The current extinction rate is now approaching 1,000 times the background rate and may climb to 10,000 times the background rate during the next century, if present trends continue, it will result in a loss that would easily equal those of past extinctions.” Environment New Service (1999).
We shouldn’t WASTE food, water, energy, materials.
If we recycle paper, glass and cans, we will save many important resources.
We must conserve water
What could we do?
If we protect the environment, many animals and plants will not be endangered
We should practice air conservation.
Air pollution can be caused by any number of sources, including transportation, power plants, and factories.
If you use water wisely, you will save water for animals and plants.
If you use water wisely, you will save energy.
If you save energy, you will save money.
If we work all together, our planet will live forever.
BACKGROUND MUSIC: Michael Jackson. Earth Song. available on:
Video: Earth Song