Environmental Club at a High School

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Statement of problem
This paper seeks to examine how the Environmental Club at a prominent all girls high school assists with the protection of the environment. Aim/ Objectives
This research paper attempts to determine the following:
The influence of the Environmental Club on the student population. What measure the club has put in place at the school to help protect and educate students about the environment. Show the effects the club has on their students and teachers.

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The Environmental Club at ahigh school was founded in 2004 by their geography department. The science department later joined forces. The club focus is to sensitize the public about the environment and how to conserve limited resources. They have promoted this through tree planting exercises, naming and explainting their purposes as well as bottle drives. The club promotes the protection of the environment by providing recycling bins within the school for plastic bottles and Styrofoam products. Many campaigns have been launched along with exhibition to inform the school community and visitors while teaching the students to be ambassadors for this cause. They have also engaged other clubs and students in general to participate in cleaning up exercises of the beaches and watershed areas while promoting proper disposal of waste materials and how they affect the animals and the ecosystem. Through a 3r’s campaign person have been made aware of how to better care for the environment. The Environmental Club is considered as a special interest group as its main focus is to aid in the protection of the environment and passing on knowledge to others as they may help the cause. According to Harilambus and Holbourn the Functionalist perspectives view society as being structured and social institutions aid in this. Education is considered one of the fundamental institutions in which a person is exposed to the norms, value as well as roles they are expected to fit into....
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