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By Lexi Petronis, Jill Buck

  definite, all of us know the planet is in hassle. We listen speak forever approximately weather swap, pollution from vehicles, oil spills into oceans, trash overflowing into waterways, and poisonous chemical compounds leaking into our groundwater. Sigh. however the excellent news is there is a lot we will be able to do to begin cleansing up the Earth. And it begins with you!

This e-book explores lots of small (and massive) issues that children can do to make a good distinction within the setting such as:

• move on a eco-friendly date with a brand new crush

• devour much less meat

• learn how to store vintage

• create an environmental activity strength at school

• pass on an eco-adventure

• and more!

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The answer: Buy refillable pens. Then, the only thing you need to trash is the refill. As for everything else, buy stuff that has already been recycled. ). This stuff is all available — you just need to read the labels. Know Your Arrows Remember to buy stuff that says both “ recyclable,” which means that it has the potential to be recycled, and “recycled,” which means that it is made of the bottles, cans, and paper you’ve been recycling. Plastics By the Numbers Most plastic containers have a number on them to help people sort them properly.

For instance, tap water suppliers are required to test its water for chemical contaminants and share those results with the public, but bottled water companies are not. Some bottled water companies even get their water from public water sources. That’s right, they bottle tap water! If you’re concerned about possible minor contaminants in tap water, or simply don’t like how it tastes, buy a filter for your home. There are tons of affordable options, from the type that also serves as a pitcher, to a style that clamps onto your sink faucet.

That means that recycling is working, which is great news! And if we want it to work even better, it’s important that we do it correctly. When you throw things into the recycling bin, you probably get it right most of the time. But there are times when you might toss stuff in that doesn’t belong. This can slow down the entire system, cause safety hazards for employees at recycling centers, and prevent other recyclables from getting, well, recycled. It’s not just important to recycle, it’s important to know what you can recycle and how to do it properly.

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