POLLUTION
WHAT CAUSES POLLUTION?
 Pollution is mostly caused by people, we are the one who destroy our own home, just
because is ea...
HOW CAN WE SAVE THE WORLD?
1. DO shut off the lights when you’re not using them, and turn off the TV,
computer, video game...
2. DO lower the thermostat during the winter. To keep warm without wasting
energy, put on a sweatshirt or snuggle under a ...
3. DON'T leave the refrigerator door open. Every time you open the door, up to one-
third of the cold air can escape.
4. DO replace a burnt-out light bulb with a new compact fluorescent bulb.
Fluorescent bulbs use 75 percent less energy, an...
5. DO remind grown-ups to use cold water in the washing machine. Hot water won’t
get the clothes any cleaner, and it waste...
6. DO turn off dripping faucets. One drop per second can add up to 165 gallons of
hot water a month - that's more than one...
7. DON’T take a long bath – take a short shower instead. It might take 25 gallons of
hot water to fill the bathtub, compar...
8. DO close the curtains during hot summer days to block the sun. During the
winter, keep the curtains open.
9. Help a grown-up put plastic sheeting on windows. Blocking cold drafts is called
“weatherizing” and it can save a lot of...
10. DO help your mom or dad plant a treeto help shade your house on hot summer
days.
THANKS FOR WATCHING!!!!!
By: lucia guzmán
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Pollution by Lucia 6ºC

Pollution
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Published in: Education      
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Transcripts - Pollution by Lucia 6ºC

  • 1. POLLUTION
  • 2. WHAT CAUSES POLLUTION?  Pollution is mostly caused by people, we are the one who destroy our own home, just because is easer for us to take our car and go to places that we can go walking but, have you ever think about the other people? What about children? And their future? No one cares because people only think about the present but, what will happen to us when the future is the present? We can save the world from ourselves today, not tomorrow.
  • 3. HOW CAN WE SAVE THE WORLD? 1. DO shut off the lights when you’re not using them, and turn off the TV, computer, video games and other electrical stuff when you leave the room.
  • 4. 2. DO lower the thermostat during the winter. To keep warm without wasting energy, put on a sweatshirt or snuggle under a blanket.
  • 5. 3. DON'T leave the refrigerator door open. Every time you open the door, up to one- third of the cold air can escape.
  • 6. 4. DO replace a burnt-out light bulb with a new compact fluorescent bulb. Fluorescent bulbs use 75 percent less energy, and they last 10 times longer.
  • 7. 5. DO remind grown-ups to use cold water in the washing machine. Hot water won’t get the clothes any cleaner, and it wastes a lot of energy.
  • 8. 6. DO turn off dripping faucets. One drop per second can add up to 165 gallons of hot water a month - that's more than one person uses in two weeks!
  • 9. 7. DON’T take a long bath – take a short shower instead. It might take 25 gallons of hot water to fill the bathtub, compared to only seven gallons for a quick shower.
  • 10. 8. DO close the curtains during hot summer days to block the sun. During the winter, keep the curtains open.
  • 11. 9. Help a grown-up put plastic sheeting on windows. Blocking cold drafts is called “weatherizing” and it can save a lot of energy.
  • 12. 10. DO help your mom or dad plant a treeto help shade your house on hot summer days.
  • 13. THANKS FOR WATCHING!!!!! By: lucia guzmán