Posts Tagged ‘ environment ’

A Little Equals A Lot

Mar 15th, 2011 | By
A Little Equals A Lot

It doesn’t take much to help save the earth in a big way! Last year my brothers did a Science Fair experiment to see how much water we’d save if we turned off the faucet while we brushed our teeth. How much do you think our family of five saved in a year? 3,364 3/4
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Eco-education with International Partner

Feb 27th, 2011 | By
Eco-education with International Partner

Socialization and sharing especially about the environment are the most important thing nowadays. Therefore, AV Peduli invited Pedro, an international partner from Portugal to to visit Indonesia. Pedro had a road show schedule from school to school, like SMPN 1 Kedamean Gresik, Al Falah Gresik, Mutiara Bunda Sidoarjo, etc. Of course, Pedro not only inspired
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Popular Culture and the Environment

Feb 3rd, 2011 | By
Popular Culture and the Environment

Officially, popular culture is defined as the prevailing vernacular culture or the culture of the masses. It greatly influences the average person for it is so readily available in all forms of mass media. Environmentalists have often noted that popular culture plays a great role in influencing the common person about the environment. More often
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Regional PMLCC in Hanoi, Vietnam

Dec 13th, 2010 | By
Regional PMLCC in Hanoi, Vietnam

“Think out of the box and Be the change” Regional Project Management and Leadership on Climate Change workshop was organized by The British Council East Asia. There were for about 30 participants from Australia, Japan, Korea, Thailand, Indonesia and Vietnam. It was held on 22 — 26 November 2010. The first 4 days took place
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National Environmental Seminar

Nov 29th, 2010 | By

Environmental campaign should be sounded in every region by cooperating with every elements. AV Peduli was invited by the College Student Organization of University 11 March – Solo to take a part in the National Seminar entitled “Increasing Environment Quality through Implementation of Eco-lifestyle based on Science and Technology in Indonesia” Yeah, now many people
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Eco-Celebrities as the Soft Power

Nov 7th, 2010 | By
Eco-Celebrities as the Soft Power

Environmental topic is one of the hottest issues in these common days. We all can feel the impacts of global warming in our daily lives, such as the change of the weather uncertainly, many disasters happen everywhere, and the other simple things. Therefore, many people try to do green campaign as their efforts in saving
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Mourning Doves in the Morning

Nov 4th, 2010 | By
Mourning Doves in the Morning

This morning when I woke up I saw seven mourning doves on our swing set. That made me think of all the other birds I see. Birds are always around, but this is a great time of year to see them as they start their migration! I like to watch them feeding. All it takes
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Pest Control Without Environmental Poisoning

Oct 13th, 2010 | By
Pest Control Without Environmental Poisoning

There is a movement in the United States to end the production and export of Compound 1080, (sodium fluoroacetate) one of the deadliest chemicals in the world used to kill pests and predators that eat livestock. According to Camella Fox, a wild life consultant, one teaspoon of 1080 can kill 100 human beings. Compound 1080
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The Environment in Popular Culture: Percy Jackson & The Olympians

Oct 9th, 2010 | By
The Environment in Popular Culture: Percy Jackson & The Olympians

Percy Jackson and the Olympians has to be one of my favorite series of all time. Steeped in Greek mythology, set in the modern United States, and now summarized in a major motion picture, the books have the perfect blend of creativity and substance. In the story, Percy is the demigod son of Poseidon and has recently discovered his powerful heritage. 
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