Çevresel Adımlar | Reduce Reuse Recycle Age:9-13
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Çevresel Adımlar | Reduce Reuse Recycle Age:9-13



We are trying to educate children about environmental pollution, and sustainability. We have two existing projects that acted in Turkey and worldwide. ...

We are trying to educate children about environmental pollution, and sustainability. We have two existing projects that acted in Turkey and worldwide.

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  • WE LOVE NATURE & ENVIRONMENT & EARTH Environmental Awareness Education Supported by - www.cevreseladimlar.com – Turkey
  • Question ?
    • Do you know who pollutes our environment ?
    • Animals
    • Trees
    • Buildings
    • People
    • Televisions
    • Answer: People
    • Can we do something for our world and environment
    • Sure, Why Not ?
    • Let’s see what can we do for better environment
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  • Knowledge
    • All of us must reach clean and safe water
    • All of us must have clean and fresh air
    • People shouldn’t be ill from the results of pollution
    • People should be have more healty foods
    • We would think about our’s future and moment
    • So let’s adopt this rule
    • “ Reduce-Reuse-Recycle”
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  • What is Reduce-Reuse-Recycle ?
    • Reduce: Clever children don’t buy so much things that are not needed. Also they think some good ideas to protect the usage of natural sources.
    • Reuse: Clever children can use existing materials more than one time. That could be a printed paper or a used water bottle. They don’t throw them away easily.
    • Recycle: Clever children knows that all of the used materials are not waste. Some of them can be recycled and use again. We put paper, glass, metals into
    • recycle boxes and we can help to provide new materials from them.
  • Ideas for Reduce
    • Always carry a reusable shopping bag with you - don't accept every paper bag you are offered.
    • Only buy what you need - buy more & you'll throw it out!
    • Drink tap water instead of bottled water - keep a jug in the fridge.
    • Buy loose fruit & veg not pre-packaged - weigh vegetables separately but put them all in the one bag.
    • Choose products that are minimally packaged or with packaging which can be recycled.
    • Choose reusable napkins not disposable ones.
    • Leave newspaper supplements you are not going
    • to read in the shop.
    • Bring a lunchbox to school/work instead of using foil or cling film.
    • When using paper - use both sides of the page.
  • Ideas for Reduce
    • Send emails whenever possible - never print them out.
    • Share magazines with friends & see if your GP can use unwanted magazines in the waiting room.
    • Return all junk mail to sender.
    • Bring old glasses back to the optician for use in the developing world.
    • Bring all your household batteries to the collection points in libraries & offices across the county.
    • Recycle ink jet/toner cartridges & mobile phones through your supplier.
    • Buy a vacuum cleaner with reusable/washable bags.
    • Donate books, old clothes & toys to charity shops and
    • jumble sales.
    • Choose reusable nappies.
    • Use Styrofoam or broken crockery as drainage in plant pots.
  • Ideas for Reuse
    • Reuse makes a difference to the environment.
    • K eep goods and materials out of the waste stream
    • Reduce the need for raw materials and packaging
    • Save energy from manufacturing another item
    • Reduces the strain on valuable resources, such as fuel, wood and water, and helps safeguard the environment
    • Creates less air and water pollution than making a new item or recycling
    • Reuse creates affordable and attractive item
  • Ideas for Reuse
    • Only buy things you really need.
    • Most of what we throw away could be used again.
    • Think twice before you put something in the bin. 
    • Rent, borrow or share tools or other items you don't use often
    • Save and re-use packing materials to send parcels
    • Use scrap paper for notes
    • Give gifts in reusable bags or boxes
    • Use containers again - buy food, drinks and toiletries in returnable containers
    • D onate or sell second hand clothes, toys, books and furniture.
    • R epair, restore or adapt a product you already have.
  • Recycle
    • Recycling is the process of taking a product at the end of its useful life and using all or part of it to make another product.
    • What materials can be recycled
    • Electronics, Paper, Glass, Household, Garden, Automotive , Metal, Construction …
    • So do not throw away all things that you don’t use anymore. Put them into recycle boxes
  • Here’s Your Mission
    • Set up a recycling system at home and at school. 1) Ask your local municipality for recycling guidelines and bins. 2) Set up a place in your home for the recycling bins. The garage or big roll–out kitchen drawers are good places. 3) Make a label for each bin clearly listing what items belong in them.
    • 4) Meet another people and tell our ideas to them
    • 5) Arrange a freecycle group at your school. Share your
    • materials with other students.
  • Thank You Children
    • We are trying to make better environment for you in future.
    • Be aware about environmental problems and try to fix them.