ISTITUTO COMPRENSIVO
SAN GIOVANNI BOSCO-
CATANIA
COMENIUS PROJECT
G.R.E.E.N.
School year 2013-2014
WATER
A valuable resource…
• It is a renewable resource
and theoretically
inexhaustible, the basis of
all life forms. Natu...
WATER
The molecules of water
• Water is a liquid
whose molecule
consists of an
oxygen atom to
which they are
attached two
...
WATER
• Water is an
essential component
of all living
organisms on our
planet. And
'therefore also
present in the
human bo...
The cycle of water
• The water
naturally occurs in
liquid form, in the
sea and in the
rivers, or solid, in
the glaciers of...
THE WASTE
• The waste left
unchecked become
a source of
pollution,
environmental
degradation and
cause
proliferation of
da...
Ricycling glass
• The glass objects
before they are
inserted into the bell
must be separated by
paper, caps and
possibly r...
RECYCLING PAPER
• Recycle paper mean:
lower costs for its
disposal,
lower costs for its
production,
ecological protection ...
Recycling plastic
• Plastic recycling is a
specific area of
waste recycling, and
consists of a set of
operations that are
...
Recycling aluminum
• Recycling aluminum
is a specific area of
waste recycling, and
consists of a set of
operations that ar...
Pollution • Pollution is an alteration
of environment, natural
or man-made, and can
be just as man-made or
natural. It pro...
Air pollution
• Atmospheric
pollution indicates all
physical, chemical
and biological agents
that modify the
natural
chara...
Water pollution
• Water pollution is an
alteration of ecosystems
that have water as a
fundamental
component.
It is caused ...
Soil pollution
• Soil pollution is a
phenomenon of altering
the natural chemical
composition of the soil
caused by human
a...
Noise pollution
• Noise pollution is
caused by
excessive
exposure to
sounds and noises
of high intensity.
This can happen ...
Damages of pollution
• Noise pollution can cause
psychological problems over
time, pressure and stress to
people who are c...
Correct behaviour• The packaging is excessive today.
Avoid unnecessary package. Do
not buy food in plastic containers
in s...
Correct behaviour
• Avoid as much as
possible to use
plates, cutlery, cups
and plastic bottles.
About half of the
volume o...
Correct behaviour
Moderate the
use of private
vehicles in favor
of public
transport, cycling
and walking
Correct behaviour
Adopt the
collection of
waste. Be
careful with
the batteries
must be
disposed of in
special
containers
Correct behaviour
• The ecological
house is the one
that consumes the
least energy: not
too big, sober,
insulated, with th...
Correct behavior
AVOID
WASTAGE
OF WATER
Ecological Footprint
• The ecological
footprint is an
indicator used to
assess the human
consumption of
natural resources
...
Ecological Footprint
“As our feet
leave a footprint
on the
ground, so our
styles
of life leave
footprint on the
earth. "
T...
Class 5 C
Teacher: Lucia Rigano
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  1. 1. ISTITUTO COMPRENSIVO SAN GIOVANNI BOSCO- CATANIA COMENIUS PROJECT G.R.E.E.N. School year 2013-2014
  2. 2. WATER A valuable resource… • It is a renewable resource and theoretically inexhaustible, the basis of all life forms. Naturally present in large quantities, either in liquid form (seas, rivers and lakes cover about 73% of Earth's surface) and strong (polar ice caps, glaciers, snowfields in), and the state of steam into the atmosphere. Water is essential to the human race in all its many uses: domestic, agricultural, industrial.
  3. 3. WATER The molecules of water • Water is a liquid whose molecule consists of an oxygen atom to which they are attached two hydrogen atoms: its chemical formula is therefore H2O.
  4. 4. WATER • Water is an essential component of all living organisms on our planet. And 'therefore also present in the human body at varying rates depending on age, sex and weight.
  5. 5. The cycle of water • The water naturally occurs in liquid form, in the sea and in the rivers, or solid, in the glaciers of the mountains or the poles or in the form of vapor in the atmosphere
  6. 6. THE WASTE • The waste left unchecked become a source of pollution, environmental degradation and cause proliferation of dangerous animals and insects
  7. 7. Ricycling glass • The glass objects before they are inserted into the bell must be separated by paper, caps and possibly rinsed. The glass that you will get with the recycling will be dark if you do not provide a separate color.
  8. 8. RECYCLING PAPER • Recycle paper mean: lower costs for its disposal, lower costs for its production, ecological protection of forest resources. The bins are yellow. The lid of the box is always closed after use. It is forbidden to settle out of the container every type of waste
  9. 9. Recycling plastic • Plastic recycling is a specific area of waste recycling, and consists of a set of operations that are carried out on compounds from waste plastic to get new material to re- enter in production processes.
  10. 10. Recycling aluminum • Recycling aluminum is a specific area of waste recycling, and consists of a set of operations that are carried out on compounds from waste aluminum to get new material to re-enter in production processes
  11. 11. Pollution • Pollution is an alteration of environment, natural or man-made, and can be just as man-made or natural. It produces temporary discomfort, disease or permanent damage to life in a given area, and can put the area out of balance with the natural cycles exist. L 'alteration can be of varied origin, chemical or physical
  12. 12. Air pollution • Atmospheric pollution indicates all physical, chemical and biological agents that modify the natural characteristics of the 'atmosphere
  13. 13. Water pollution • Water pollution is an alteration of ecosystems that have water as a fundamental component. It is caused by several different factors, such as discharges of industrial and agricultural activities and normal human activities that come into rivers, lakes and seas
  14. 14. Soil pollution • Soil pollution is a phenomenon of altering the natural chemical composition of the soil caused by human activity. This type of pollution leads to the alteration of chemical, physical and biological soil predisposes to erosion and landslides and may result in entry of harmful substances in the food chain to humans
  15. 15. Noise pollution • Noise pollution is caused by excessive exposure to sounds and noises of high intensity. This can happen in cities and in natural environments
  16. 16. Damages of pollution • Noise pollution can cause psychological problems over time, pressure and stress to people who are constantly placed under Air pollution has extremely negative impact on the environment and global warming, but there are also many consequences health of the human body. The effects sorties are divided into acute and chronic: acute type are asthma and bronchial circulation disorders, chronic gender are all disorders related to exposure over the long term: cough, phlegm, decreased lung capacity, chronic bronchitis .
  17. 17. Correct behaviour• The packaging is excessive today. Avoid unnecessary package. Do not buy food in plastic containers in shops and supermarkets, because they do not decompose in landfills, and if you burn at a temperature below a certain threshold may produce toxic substances such as dioxins and furans. In general I unwrapped the Tetrapak, polystyrene, plastic and aluminum, which too often end up in meadows, forests, rivers and landfills. It is good to resort to reduced packaging and with recyclable material such as paper, glass and new bioplastics
  18. 18. Correct behaviour • Avoid as much as possible to use plates, cutlery, cups and plastic bottles. About half of the volume of the garbage consists of plastic and coating (package) which can be reduced using normal glasses, plates and cutlery, all reusable objects simply by washing.
  19. 19. Correct behaviour Moderate the use of private vehicles in favor of public transport, cycling and walking
  20. 20. Correct behaviour Adopt the collection of waste. Be careful with the batteries must be disposed of in special containers
  21. 21. Correct behaviour • The ecological house is the one that consumes the least energy: not too big, sober, insulated, with the bare minimum of household appliances and high energy saving light bulbs with high- efficiency stove, etc.
  22. 22. Correct behavior AVOID WASTAGE OF WATER
  23. 23. Ecological Footprint • The ecological footprint is an indicator used to assess the human consumption of natural resources than the Earth's capacity to regenerate
  24. 24. Ecological Footprint “As our feet leave a footprint on the ground, so our styles of life leave footprint on the earth. " Think about it!!
  25. 25. Class 5 C Teacher: Lucia Rigano

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