Ask your parents to look into the recycling rules in your city and keep as much out of your garbage cans as possible! Recycle Old Batteries and Electronics. Do your part to keep these harmful products out of oceans and off of the land!
Start A School Recycling Program. Talk to the teachers and principle at your school to organize a school recycling program that you can all participate in to save planet Earth!
Ask your parents to help you start a compost system in your backyard for all your fruits and vegetable peelings and scraps. Composting is very good for the land because it is full of nutrients! You can also use the compost to fertilize your own garden!
We need to do what we can to show planet Earth we are grateful for what we have! Spend Time In Nature.
Instead of watching TV tonight or playing indoors … why not go outside and play? There are many great things that you can do outside like playing a sport, taking your dog for a walk, going to the beach or planning an outdoor game Waterfight!
The more we keep our Earth clean the happier it will be. If you want to do a huge thing for Planet Earth plan a garbage pick-up at your school and involve all your family and friends to clean up the area where you play!
Protecting Our Planet Starts with You. Ten simple choices for a healthier planet. Infographic showing ten things you can do to protect the earth. Protecting our. involved and support efforts working toward a clean environment and healthy planet. Our oceans are filled with items that do not belong there. Here are a few easy and effective ways you can choose to reduce your daily impact and By doing our part to work toward a sustainable and debris-free planet, we'll also be.
Share your story about how you are helping planet Earth and become the Earth Hero of the Month! Have you and your classmates put together a recycling plan? Do you grow your own food?
Recycling goes beyond glass, paper and tinfoil. Compost - Composting is a great way to reduce the amount of solid waste your household produces each year, therefore taking up less space in landfills and providing great nutrients for your garden.
BYOB - Bring your own bag! Go Paperless - By switching to electronic billing statements, you are reducing the amount of paper being used and savings trees.
Donate - Before throwing away clothing, shoes and household items, think if someone else could put it to use. Plant A Tree - Trees help reduce greenhouse gas emissions, cleans pollution, and provides shade, so get out there and plant a tree.
Educate Yourself - Make a commitment to educate yourself about the environment and how you can protect it. Walk with your kids to or from school—or both ways. Ride your bikes, scooters or skateboards to local parks and enjoy time outdoors. Ask a colleague if they would be willing to carpool with you to work—which not only has environmental benefits, but also allows for the use of the carpool lane during rush-hour traffic.
Make recycling easy for your family by having designated containers for aluminum, paper and additional recyclables accessible.
To make recycling more fun, encourage your family members, friends or roommates to recycle by using the funds made from dropping off recyclables at a local recycling center to do something fun—like bowling or going to the movies. Commit to a day of service in your community, and pick up trash on the streets, local parks or beaches. Do your part to keep litter off the streets, and encourage others to join in your efforts of beautifying your city to make it clean and healthy.