a green school

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a green school

  1. 1. ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE ECO CLUB SALWAN
  2. 2. SALWAN PUBLIC SCHOOL
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION Hello, this ppt gives you an account of life the different ways in which our school is working towards sustainability. It notifies us how going green is functional and its existence in very universal things……….
  4. 4. CONTENTS 1.Story of waste 7.Ink and paper 2.Turn off turn on 6.Be ecofriendly 3.Lost Nature 5.Be fuel*ish* be smart 4. Yes or No to plastic
  5. 5. STORY OF WASTE
  6. 6. SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT DELHI is one of the most densely populated and urbanized city of India. And Delhi is also a commercial hub, providing opportunities and accelerating the pace of urbanization resulting in a increase in MSW
  7. 7. WHAT IS MSW ????? MSW is Municipal solid waste . Presently in India produces about 70,000 tons per day .and U.S produces 2,439,000 tons per day.
  8. 8. TYPES OF MSW MSW E WASTE Plastic waste Household waste Industrial waste Biomedical waste
  9. 9. BECOMING A WASTE MANAGER
  10. 10. E-WASTE
  11. 11. Ewaste produced in India 16 Y axis 2 unit = 20000 tons per day 14 12 10 2007 8 2009 2011 6 2013 4 2015 2 2017 0 2007 2009 2011 2013 2015 2017
  12. 12. E-waste effecting humans Lead poisoning Skin diseases allergies
  13. 13. E- Waste management is undertaken in association with Nokia,GIZ,iDream.The students were explained about electronic wastes, its environmental hazards through various workshops. To spread awareness about the same the students too took a rally in the near by market area and neighborhood society .The students collected around 60 kg of waste from all the staff and students in the first drive itself.
  14. 14. WORKSHOP ON e-WASTE BY GIZ.. SALWAN PUBLIC SCHOOL MAYUR VIHAR III
  15. 15. Making the people aware about e waste On a nukkarnatak spree PUBLIC AWARENESS
  16. 16.  WE HAVE ONE CLUB PERIOD EVERY WEEK THAT IS DIFFERENT FOR ALL CLASSES(MONDAY FOR 9 AND 10) AND THE ECO CLUB STUDENTS ARE ALLOTED THE DUTIES AS ENERGY SAVERS TO SWITCH OFF LIGHTS AND CLOSE THE RUNNNG TAPS IN ZERO PERIODS AND THEN DURING LUNCH AS WELL AS DISPERSAL.
  17. 17. LOST NATURE
  18. 18.  SPARROW CONSERVATION  ORGANIC FARMING  BEST OUT OF WASTE ACTIVITIES  A GREEN BUILDING
  19. 19. Tears….
  20. 20. Group leader Lalit who attended a workshop on nest making with simple items such as bamboo canes and gunny sacs.The children also brought bajra,rice,jowaretc. To attract these birds to the school premisis.After four to five days of patience the birds were seen feeding on the grains. Students were joyed and now the nests made by them is placed on the keekar trees which are plenty at the adjoining smriti van. A DRASTIC CHANGE
  21. 21. STUDENTS WORKING TOWARDS……
  22. 22. Another very interesting project taken by the school is growing vegetables organically without using any chemicals. Students of each class took the responsibility of selection of crop, sowing seeds, tending them weeding and finally harvesting. We then had organic bazaar where the harvested produce was displayed and distributed among staff and students
  23. 23. Be ‘fuel’ish or Be smart THIS TREND IS BEING ADOPTED BY A LOT OF PEOPLE.AS MANY STUDENTS LIVE NEAR BY AND THEY COME ON FOOT TO SCHOOL.MOREOVER OFTEN 4 TO 5 TEACHERS CARPOOL AND COME
  24. 24. We carpool …….today’s trend…..
  25. 25. Plastic bags and bottles, like all forms of plastic, create significant environmental and economic burdens. They consume growing amounts of energy and other natural resources, degrading the environment in numerous ways. WE CAN DO MANY THINGS SUCH AS Take no plastic bags from the grocer’s shelf. Refuse plastic bags at the check-out counter.
  26. 26. plastic plastic everywhere
  27. 27. BE ECO-FRIENDLY  Sustainability
  28. 28. SMALL PUPILS TOWARDS . SUSTAINABILITY
  29. 29. We need to work out… We live in a world where there are a hell of a lot of new inputs that need to be factored in to your business. It used to be just about your employees and your customers. Now there are all the issues about global warming, about sustainability, about ethics and now about gender and the distribution of wealth.
  30. 30. WHY GO GREEN? There is a variety of reasons to go green, but most come back to supply and demand. We have a limited amount of resources available and more and more people using them up. If we want our future generations to enjoy the same standard of living we've experienced, we need to take action. For the environment… For a healthy life…….
  31. 31. 5. Ink and Paper
  32. 32. Green is God's color Forty words: In the twenty-first century we welcome modern technology. It will not fail ~ success is priority. Natural energy is the latest rave: solar, wind and tidal wave... magic for sure, green power for all, in spring, summer, winter and fall.
  33. 33. REFERENCES www.scienceinschool.com www.google.com www.fhotosearch.com www.zephyrus.com www.greenbuilder .com http://edugreen.teri.res.in http://environment.delhigovt.nic.inv www.epa.gov/epaoswer SALWAN 44
  34. 34. SALWAN 45
  35. 35. Made by: Salwan public school ECO CLUB

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