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Thirsty Paper
Posted by Chelsea Preparatory School, South Africa on 31 October 2015
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We adjusted this challenge slightly so that it could fit in with our natural science lessons. My class watched a YouTube clip on paper production and we also looked at the impact waste paper has on our environment. By recycling paper we not only reduce the amount of waste filling up our landfill sit

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Water Selfies
Posted on 31 October 2015
The water we eat
Posted on 31 October 2015
Chemical Debate
Posted on 30 October 2015
Chemical Debate Facts
Let your food be your medicine!!
Posted by Phumelelani Primary, South Africa on 28 October 2015
Blotches of cream
We dont just save water on paper
Posted by Phumelelani Primary, South Africa on 28 October 2015
Crafts made from recyclables
Our million Dollar bank account
Posted by Phumelelani Primary, South Africa on 28 October 2015
A shower of water saved
Congratulations to our Top Water Explorer Teams
Posted by Bridget Ringdahl on 28 October 2015
Danville Park Girls High were nominated as the top Water Explorer Team for SA
Composting on campus
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Posted on 27 October 2015
Girls get to touch the 100% organic compost
tea bag art
Posted on 25 October 2015
Tea bag art
farming - the good, the bad and the ugly
Posted on 25 October 2015
Infographic on fertilizers and pesticides
Visit to landfill site and waste management project
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Posted on 25 October 2015
Leachate treatment plant
Arbor Week Display
Posted on 25 October 2015
Advertisements in Afrikaans on saving water
Posted on 25 October 2015
Water saving advertisments
Fundraising for CROW
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Posted on 25 October 2015
Delivering items collected for CROW
Reaching Boiling Point
Posted by bridget ringdahl on 23 October 2015
Dir of Green Peace Africa, Michael Onyeka, Jeunesse Park from Food & Trees for Africa and Mario Molina of the Climate Reality project
Tippy taps! A very cool way to save water!
Posted on 23 October 2015
Chemicals in our soil and water
Posted on 23 October 2015
Learners pointing at the forestry logs. The plantation companies and farms around our school are responsible for the pollution of our soils and rivers!!
Counting every drop: From 1120 litres to 300 litres!!
Posted on 23 October 2015
Learners washing their plates with our water saving basins. After washing we use the water on the vege gardens
Uses of water
Posted on 22 October 2015
Learners using water to clean their teeth with a cup, saving water

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