Posts Tagged ‘ wildlife ’

Je-ju Island by Alberta

Oct 29th, 2013 | By
Je-ju Island by Alberta

I would like to introduce Je-ju Island, a new seven wonders of nature. Je-ju island is located southwest of the Korean peninsula. Below are some facts about Je-ju Island: The island is home to both polar and tropical animals. It is home to 77 types of mammal, 198 species of bird, 8 kinds each of
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Canadian Tar Sands by Abbie Barnes

Mar 26th, 2013 | By
Canadian Tar Sands by Abbie Barnes

Oil plays a key role in supporting modern-day life. As examples, it is used in plastics, as a fuel, for heating, and as a fertilizer;
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The Life of The Plastic Savage by Brianna Moore

Mar 14th, 2013 | By
The Life of The Plastic Savage by Brianna Moore

I was born on December 31, 2010, made of virgin plastic, and I will become either a water drinking bottle or a soda pop bottle.  As I leave the factory, I can’t help but to wonder how long my journey will be before I end up in that paradise called the landfill.  I am in a hurry,
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Lilstock Beach Clean-Up (February 24, 2013) by Abbie Barnes

Mar 13th, 2013 | By
Lilstock Beach Clean-Up (February 24, 2013) by Abbie Barnes

I had originally arranged a small family beach clean-up as a film shoot for my entry into the 2013 EcoTales film competition, but as my
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Sonar 2 Voice by Harnoor Gill

Mar 5th, 2013 | By
Sonar 2 Voice by Harnoor Gill

Youth Blogger Harnoor Gill (Photo credit: H. Gill)   Challenges are what make life interesting; overcoming them is what makes life meaningful. – Joshua J. Marine. Species of marine mammals are endangered and could potentially become extinct if we, as a society, don’t make important changes. Sonar 2 Voice (S2V) is a cause founded to save
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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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The Park Spark!

Oct 14th, 2010 | By
The Park Spark!

The big environmental thing is a street lamp made to run on dog poop. The designer is named Mathew Mazzota and he’s working on the lamp as part of the Park Spark Project (www.parksparkproject.com and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/pages/The-Park-Spark-Project/129696893712378). The lamp is installed in a dog park in Cambridge, Massachusetts and it works like this: The
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Kenyan school honors Winne Owade

Mar 30th, 2005 | By

During a day long ceremony at her school in Siaya, Kenya, AFN’s Eco-Hero, Winne Owade, was awarded her certificate by the Area Councilor. Winne won the prize for organizing a program at her school to feed the local monkeys in the trees around the campus with food left over from the school cafeteria. She also
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