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  • This is a really good idea considering that I have noticed there is kids in school who look like they can use an adult to talk to and figure things out.

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    ” Only when the last tree has died and the last river has been poisoned and the last fish been caught will we realize we cannot eat money”~Indian Proverb

    My teammates @lreyes21 @jmanriquez2 and I are looking

    Global warming is real!

    " Only when the last tree has died and the last river has been poisoned and the last fish been caught will we realize we cannot eat money"~Indian Proverb My teammates @lreyes21 @jmanriquez2 and I are looking forward to...

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    • Hey Nereida! I saw your post in the suggested list and noticed the comment you made for your title. I am currently taking a oceanography class at my current high school and it focuses on the carbon foot print we are leaving on our planet. Its nice to see that other high schoolers are recognizing it as well!!! Nice job!

    • This is definitely a great idea. BOYCP does seem to use a lot of electricity due to it being a large school, but also for the amount of time it stays open. From morning to evening, thatś alot of energy being used that could be renewable. However, in the winter time itś going to be hard to find sunlight to grasp onto for energy. If there would be a way to change that then this would be the next big step to influencing a healthy environment!

    • Just read your post and just want to let you know that the idea you came up with is amazing. the entirety of the school uses up way too much energy and using solar panels to reduce that would be cool !

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    Dear Jessica,
    I am with you and your reaction to how people litter like it can be socially acceptable. Sooner or later we are going to be living in our own filth. We got only one planet and we should treat it with respect, because if we ruin this planet we will have no where else to go.

    Two classmates and I are doing a social movement on…Read More

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