We think that you already have made your own conclusions.
Here, we present you our video with the…. evidence.
New!The story of a burnt orange
Special thanks to Mr Kostas Charalas, a contemporary childrens’
book author, who visited our school and helped our pupils to implement ideas
from his books and other original thoughts about environment.We also thank him for his permission to publish this video.
How much energy do you think that our Earth still has?
Of course we need energy for our everyday activities, but we could try and change our habits and our behavior. We must help Earth recover from its injuries.
For example, we could use renewable forms of energy, such as solar power, wind power, waterpower that are friendly to our environment. We can save energy using our bicycle to go to school or the public transportation or just walking. It is healthy as well!!!
Recycling is a very good solution and we don’t have to cut so many trees. Turning down so many electric devices and using economical lamps can help in energy saving.
Let’s make a better choice. Let’s change habits.
You can also watch our sort video clip about our planet’s SOS message…
If planet Earth had human voice it would say: “ I feel exhausted”.
Every day people and industries consume enormous quantities of non-renewable sources of energy, such as petrol, gas, and coal. It seems that we squeeze Earth. At the same time our forests become smaller and smaller, because people cut the trees and big fires destroy them. I think that we hurt our planet, which has reached at a dangerous point.
The information of our booklet is original and derives from our project, which was made for our physics courses at school. Pictures were taken with our digital photo camera. Photos from the summer fire were found on the web.
Software we used:
Adobe Premiere Pro
Adobe Acrobat Reader 6
Hot potatoes 6
Flash Jigsaw Producer
Articulate Quizmaker 2.0
Windows Movie Maker
Special thanks to Adobe for the software grant.
This site is dedicated to the volunteers who helped our region during the fire disaster (August 2007) and to everyone who donated school material for our pupils.