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HBrink Environmental Impact: Waste Not, Want Not (main)

Senior Project Visual Aid Presentation During the Speech
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Haley Brinkley

on 16 October 2013

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Transcript of HBrink Environmental Impact: Waste Not, Want Not (main)

Thank-You to Everyone...
The Paper
The Project
I Learned...
Project Overview
Gold Award-
Growing Healthy Kids
Environmental Impact:
How it helped
creativity
Waste Not, Want Not
What I did..
I worked with...
resourcefulness
time management
responsibility
communication
leadership
Damage Inflicted on the Environment
1 BILLION U.S. shopping bags used each year, result in 300,000 tons of landfill waste
Damage inflicted on Water Sources
Storm water runoff is the leading form of water pollution
Can cause serious injury or death, especially to Third World countries
Reducing the Negative Impact
Recycling reduces the amount of waste and pollution
American paper cups and plastic waste could circle the Earth 300 times
mentor: Mrs. Polly Dale
First Baptist Child Development Center
Mrs. Dale's four-year old class
created natural playground equipment
planted flowers
cleaned out garden beds
Brinkley Lumber Company
Lowe's Home Improvement of Hickory
First Baptist Child Development Center
Mrs. Polly Dale
Ron Lowman
Mr. Bill Poteat
Carol Brinkley
Interactive place to play outside
Old resources put to new use
Children can get a hands-on experience of nature
I want to make a difference in the environment with my career
Find ways to reduce daily negative impact
Draughn High School Senior Project Judges
80% of US bottles get sent to landfills
“Oh Beautiful for smoggy skies, insecticided grain,
For strip-mined mountain's majesty above the asphalt plain.
America, America, man sheds his waste on thee,
And hides the pines with billboard signs, from sea to oily sea.”
-George Carlin
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