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3| Examining school| |
4| Data collection| |
5| Adopting change| |
6| Photo gallery| |
7| Art posters to save water| |
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Increasingly industry, business and government organizations are adopting sustainable practices in their work place. Schools too have been taking action on environmental issues. Many have developed a school environmental management plan. This is a tool to help schools integrate environmental education across the curriculum, care for and protect their natural environments and eliminate waste to achieve more efficient use of water, energy and materials.
By taking action on environmental issues schools can:
* Promote environmental values, attitudes, knowledge and skills in the whole school community * Integrate environmental education into the curriculum
* Reduce waste and other environmental impacts caused by the school * Improve cooperation throughout the school community
We often only think about water in times of drought and flood and yet virtually everything we do or use each day involves water. Although water is a finite resource and essential to our survival, we still tend to take it for granted and use it carelessly. Simple actions can be adopted to reduce this waste and use water wisely.
There are two main elements to examine in the water audit: * The school’s use of water
* Where and how to use less drinking quality water,
* Where and how water could be used more efficiently,
* Install water saving devices.
Examine the school’s use of water
How much water does our school use?
How is water used in your school?
Is water being wasted in your school?
Where does the water go?
Where does the water come from?
How can the school...