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ECO PROJECTS RELATED TO RESOURCE EFFICIENCY IN ”NICOLAE IORGA” HIGH SCHOOL. A: Worldwide project Eco- School.

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A worldwide project eco school
A: Worldwide project Eco- School IORGA” HIGH SCHOOL

  • Started in 2009, this project is still in progress and its main objectives are to make students aware of the problems our world is facing, to emphasise that waste sorting is the easiest way to reduce gas emissions and save energy.

  • A great number of students aged 8-18 have participated in a wide range of activities, as follows:


Separate waste collection
Separate waste collection IORGA” HIGH SCHOOL



Students and teachers `participation in the National Symposium “Science in the Service of Sustainable Development” 28th-29th May 2010


Making cards from recyclables to celebrate mother s day
Making cards from recyclables to celebrate Mother`s Day Symposium “Science in the Service of Sustainable Development” 28th-29


Earth day celebration 22 nd april 2010
Earth Day Celebration- 22 Symposium “Science in the Service of Sustainable Development” 28th-29nd April 2010


Volunteering
Volunteering Symposium “Science in the Service of Sustainable Development” 28th-29

  • Collecting waste in nearby forests

  • Planting trees and flowers on the school premises

  • Building tree houses for birds and squirrels in the schoolyard

  • Cleaning playgrounds in parks.

  • Starting a campaign entitled : Donate Paper, Save a Tree!


B eco watch
B: Eco Watch Symposium “Science in the Service of Sustainable Development” 28th-29

  • Introduced in 2009, this project is aimed at developing civic competence as well as ecological behaviour in both primary and secondary school students.

  • Consequently, a good number of students (600 students) have been involved in monthly activities which have been designed to encourage a critical view and promote an environmental friendly attitude.


Designing an eco guide
Designing an Eco Guide Symposium “Science in the Service of Sustainable Development” 28th-29

Do`s

Don’t`s

Use chemicals to remove snow

Ignore the need for green places

Ignore dirt

Forget that resources are limited

  • Remove threatening icicles and street snow

  • Plant spring flowers in the schoolyard

  • Create places for pets in parks and cleaning playgrounds

  • Collect waste separately in different areas of the city


Eco poems projects songs
Eco Poems, Projects, Songs Symposium “Science in the Service of Sustainable Development” 28th-29

Lovely Nature

Trees are green,

My garden is clean,

Throwing litter is mean

We have a whole world to keep clean

Don’ t forget to make it clean.

Here, take this apple, it`s green

Hey! Don’t hit the bin!

If you don’t want me to be mean

Pick up the bin and put it in.

What if you weren’t seen?

By Claudia Geaboc

5th Grade

“ N. Iorga” High School, Bucharest


C eco leadership
C: Eco Leadership Symposium “Science in the Service of Sustainable Development” 28th-29

  • This project is a partnership with Greenitiative and it is meant to continue the work started in the Eco School Project.

  • Its main goals are to raise students` awareness regarding waste sorting in order to save energy and reduce pollution and to persuade them to take action .

  • During the project, participants will go through a number of stages, one of which will be a competition with appealing prizes for the most dedicated ones.


Steps to follow
Steps to follow: Symposium “Science in the Service of Sustainable Development” 28th-29

  • Identifying an eco leader for each grade

  • Finding available partners ( 5 other students) to form a team

  • Making a PowerPoint Presentation ( using materials provided by Greenitiative)

  • Initiating waste sorting competition

  • Campaigning for waste sorting

  • Giving an account of their activity

  • Rewarding most efficient participants



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