Study the poster to see how waste items are damaging our pristine oceans. Note how long it takes for these items to break down (decompose)! It’s incredibly sad.
By CERES Education – Outreach Team | December 3, 2014
It is true that food waste breaks down, as do all organic materials that were once living things. But unfortunately most of our food waste is thrown into our daily garbage bins as Australians throw as much as 20 per cent of food away – which equates to 1 out of 5 bags of groceries we buy!
By Mildura Do More With LESS Student Leadership Conference | March 31, 2015
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By Viewbank Primary School | July 16, 2013
A couple of years ago the students at Viewbank Primary school were concerned about Greenhouse Gases and how much electricity we were using in our classrooms. We decided to place drawings of black balloons in each room of the school to remind people to turn off light switches, heaters and air conditioners when they weren’t using them.