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  1. Project Based Learning F.2B Group 3 Project presentation

  2. Contents • The reasons for choosing this particular topic • The cleanest beaches in Hong Kong • The dirtiest beaches in Hong Kong • Comparison between the cleanest and dirtiest beaches in Hong Kong • Conclusion • Our Feelings • References

  3. Reasons for choosing this particular topic • Water pollution is a serious problem • Spread message about perseving beaches • Keep the beaches clean • 2) Information • Relevant to daily life of Hong Kong residents • 3) Special and meaningful • Reasons behind water pollution in Hong Kong

  4. The cleanest beaches in Hong Kong

  5. Where are the cleanest beaches in Hong Kong? • Outlying Islands (Nine beaches) • Best area of beaches in Hong Kong • Best water quality in Hong Kong • A real holiday atmosphere surrounded by nature

  6. All of the beaches have good annual rankings

  7. best beach : Lo So Shing • Worse beaches: Silver Mine Bay and Cheung Chau Tung Wan • Reason: Silver Mine Bay – dependent on (1) septic tank (2) soakaway pit systems • Cheung Chau Tung Wan – Too many people –The water is dirty.

  8. Cheung Chau Tung Wan had the most visitors but Lo So Shing had the less!

  9. Cleanest area: outlying island Cleanest beach : Lo So Shing annual ranking >>> good Reason: • no factories near it • fewer visitors

  10. 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

  11. low attendance rate. • the climate is cold • adult need to work • students need to go to school Cleanest period :November &December Reason:

  12. The dirtiest beaches in Hong Kong

  13. Where are the dirtiest beaches in Hong Kong? • Tsuen Wan (Eight beaches) • worst area of beaches • poorest water quality

  14. All of the beaches have POOR annual rankings

  15. Ma Wan Tung Wan had the most visitors and Gemini did not have any visitor

  16. Geminiisthe dirtiest beachin HK

  17. Dirtiest period: June & July & August Reason: • High attendance rate • the weather is hot • students don’t need to go to school

  18. Comparison between the cleanest and dirtiest beaches in Hong Kong

  19. Factors affecting the beaches' quality Human causes • Rubbish left behind by visitors to beaches Natural causes: Disasters Red tide • Hope that the dirtiest beach can have better water quality very soon.

  20. What can we do?? • Preserve the beaches • Throw rubbish into bins

  21. What can the government do? • Set laws • Reasons for the poor water quality >> Solve them Maintain water quality of clean beaches For example:    .Check water quality .Improve water quality -> dirty beaches.

  22. Water pollution in Hong Kong is serious • We should preserve the beaches • Reasons the beaches are polluted >>people threw rubbish into the sea >>waste water produced by factories. • Cooperate with groupmates • Method of organizing our work

  23. Booklet: Promotional booklet of Hong Kong Environmental Protection Department Website: http://www.epd.gov.hk/epd/

  24. Website: www.info.gov.hk/censtatd CD: The Statistics of water quality in Hong Kong (2004)

  25. Thank youforyourkind attention