South Africa
Environmental miracle worker called the Spekboom
Posted by Bhekizizwe Primary , South Africa on 31 January 2020
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After the lesson on climate change that linked with the extreme weather events, which is due to increase use of greenhouse gasses that magnify the magnitude of climate change, learners were more exposed in planting the evergreen environmental miracle worker called the spekboom that takes in more car

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Minimizing the effect of climate change
Posted by Nobanda Primary Enviro Club, South Africa on 31 January 2020
Mitigating carbon dioxide content
Posted by Nobanda Primary Enviro Club, South Africa on 31 January 2020
The Great Greta Thunberg
Posted by Khethindlelenhle Primary, South Africa on 31 January 2020
Causes of Climate Change & Essential Solutions
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Minenhle applauded Greta Thunberg for taking a stance against climate change
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Olwami Gcaba"s view about Greta Thunberg about Climate Change protests
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Educator impression on mitigating carbon dioxide content by planting Spekboom
Posted by Panorama Primary, South Africa on 30 January 2020
Mitigating Climate Change
Causes & Solutions of Climate Change
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Mitigating Climate Change
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Might Panoramas effort in sequestrating carbon dioxide
Posted by Panorama Primary, South Africa on 24 January 2020
Climate Change Lession
Essential of Spekboom on mitigating Climate Change
Has Attachment
Posted by Panorama Primary, South Africa on 24 January 2020
Climate Change and mitigation process
A clean start to 2020
Posted by Animalia Learning Center, South Africa on 7 January 2020
Water in our books
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10 litres for every page!
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