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发表于 2021-4-11 03:45:25 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
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Tuesday, April 6


Good morning everyone! Dover Bay Eco club will be starting the Earth month.

For today’s April Fooled or Fact: What percentage of the world's water is freshwater? Is it 3% or 10%? Stay tuned until the end for the answer!

In honour of earth month, we are hosting an multimedia competition of two categories. photography and art category. Each person is allowed two submissions per category. the theme is “a plant’s perspective.” they are allowed to interpret it any way they see fit and make art from it. Please send submissions to the eco club’s email. More information will be posted on our website and social media. As well as batter guessing games will be starting this afternoon. You’ll find it outside the office. Join us and look forward to our prizes!

Back to our regular activities, the Dover Bay Eco Club will be meeting after school for seed sale and recycling stations today!  We will also be hosting an eco-crafts booth next to the food forest for the duration of earth month.

Now back to our April Fooled or Fact… drumroll please…. The correct answer is 3%, and in this 3% of Earth's total water, only 1.2% will be drinkable as others might be locked in ice-bergs!


Wednesday, April 7


For today’s April Fooled or Fact: How much time do we have left until the world runs out of fresh water under current consumption? 80 years or 18 years? Stay tuned until the end for the answer!

Eco club had just set up an Eco Resolution board in the atrium! You can come by at any time to write down some Eco-friendly resolutions that would make our world a greener place! During the Earth month, we will still have the 'a plant's perspective' themed photography and art contest. You can submit your artwork and best photo respectively to our email. Our traditional battery guessing game is also just outside the office. Guess how many batteries are in the jar and you will win prizes!
Now back to the normal activities. Tomorrow at 4:30pm, eco club will also have the biweekly general meeting online followed by games and bonding time! This is a great time for both old and new members. Bring a friend with you and let's play Scriblio!

Ok, now back to our April Fooled or facts. How much time do we have left until the world runs out of fresh water under current consumption? 80 years or 18 years? Yes, it only takes 18 years until the world runs out of fresh water. About 30% of the world doesn't have access to clean water. So let's all turn off that tap everyone!
Thursday, April 8


Now it comes to Eco club's fool or fact for today. Is it true that about 15 billion trees are cut down each year worldwide? Stay tuned and we will reveal the answer at the end!

The Eco club made an Eco resolution board in the atrium. Let's put our brains together and come up with some eco-friendly tips that will make our world a greener place! All throughout April, the eco club will be holding an art and photography competition. You can submit through our email. This year's theme is 'a plant's perspective'. If you have any great ideas, start drawing! You will win excellent prizes at the end of the competition!
Today, Eco club will be holding an online meeting at 4:30 pm. You can find the link in the Eco club google classroom or Facebook page. The seed sale is also happening today after school in the parking lot. Come by and choose some seeds that will flower your garden for the spring! We will also be hosting an eco-crafts booth next to the food forest for the duration of earth month. Today, we will be making bird feeders!

Back to the fool or fact! So, is it true that about 15 billion trees are chopped down each year? Yes, it is true! Over 60% of them are used for manufacturing paper. Everyone, why don't we use less paper handouts and save the earth together?

Friday, April 9


Today's fool or fact is a very simple question. Why is the sky blue? Stayed tuned at the end if you don't know the answer!

Eco club is hosting a new initiative this year called the recycling station. Our main goal is to eliminate daily garbage bag compost and remove garbage bins from the classroom. We have already set up trial stations in many areas. This might sound inconvenient in the beginning, but we can make anything possible from minor things.
With your help, we can save 75 garbage bags every day, 375 in a week, and 13,500 a school year. In our system, we only use 10 loads everyday. This can be a big step towards a greener space in our school. Washroom bins will also be split into two, compost, which is paper towel only, and garbage only. Please don't throw any trash into compost. So let's make the world better, starting from the most minor things possible! Check out our social media account for Recycling Station and more Earth month info!

So, back to the beginning, why is the sky blue? It is because gases and particles on Earth scatter lights in all directions as known as Rayleigh scatter. The smallest wavelengths of light tend to scatter easier. But why isn't it violet? It's because the sun emits a higher concentration of blue light waves compared to violet, resulting in a blue hue in the sky!

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