United Arab Emirates
We, as students of the UAE, made it our mission to do our part in spreading the word about Earth Hour by conducting a campaign on March 24. Earth Hour is the world’s environmental movement towards action on climate change and it involves a straightforward action: switch off the lights and other electrical appliances for one hour, between 8.30pm to 9.30pm, every year in March. The aim is to show your responsibility and commitment. This year Earth Hour was celebrated on Saturday, March 25.
United Arab Emirates
We organized an awareness campaign in a hypermarket located in Al Barsha, Dubai, to tell people about the ill effects of plastic on the environment. This marked the beginning of a new year for us. With a group of 12 students from different Dubai-based schools, we spoke to customers and requested them to take a pledge to reduce the usage of plastic and consider alternative options, because of the harm it causes to our planet. View the article on Gulf News http://gulfnews.com/your-say/your-reports/raising-awareness-on-the-effects-of-plastic-1.1962054 The campaign called for an eye-opening conversation amongst my group of friends and we decided to take on a challenge of actively encourage people to build a safe and sustainable environment for our future generations.
United Arab Emirates
We a group of 11 students from different Dubai based schools took part in the recent Give a Ghaf Tree planting program organized by Goumbook. We planted Ghaf seeds in memory of the Republic Day of India. This Republic Day is special to us as His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Al Nahyan was the Chief Guest in this historic event. This day will be long lasting in our memory. View the article published in Gulf News http://gulfnews.com/your-say/your-reports/planting-trees-for-a-greener-future-1.1977246
United States
Hello! What can we do but pick up the dropped butts and remind people, smokers, to use the pilot program cigarette butt canisters put up in Sunset/Parkside/Richmond.
Tanzania
prepare the wide area which will be enough for cultivating the vegetables, planting it and because the vegetables like spinach and mchicha needs enough wet or water we will work to irrigating everyday at morning and evening until the harvesting period.
New Zealand
We are going to sell brownies at our school and do some other fundraising in the holidays.
New Zealand
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New Zealand
Our project is achieved by a "Buy One Give One" model. This is where every time someone buys one of our menstrual cups (new name coming soon!) we will give one to a person in need. Organisations can then apply to us via our website for free cups to hand out to those who they think would benefit from owning one. This project officially launches on the 3rd of July 2017.
United States
We will pick locations in our cities and plant trees and plants there.
United States
We will pick locations in our cities and plant trees and plants there.

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