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  • ELC School 22:27 on October 24, 2010 Permalink
    Tags: , Our Planet, , ,   

    2010 – Η χρονιά της Τίγρης 

    Λάβαμε το ακόλουθο e-mail από την WWF HELLAS:

    H τίγρης της παραπάνω φωτογραφίας είναι από τις τελευταίες 3.200 του είδους της που έχουν απομείνει
    στον πλανήτη μας…

    Μέχρι να ενηλικιωθεί θα αντιμετωπίζει ένα τρομακτικό δίλημμα: την οριστική εξαφάνιση ή τον διπλασιασμό του πληθυσμού της! Τι επιλέγετε;

    Βοηθήστε το WWF να πετύχει τον στόχο του!
    Να διπλασιάσει τον πληθυσμό των Τίγρεων μέχρι το 2022, το επόμενο Έτος της Τίγρης!

    >> Υιοθετήστε μία τίγρη

    >> facebook.com/WWFGreece

  • ELC School 15:14 on August 21, 2009 Permalink
    Tags: Environment, Our Planet   

    Flushed fish survives sewer trip 

    goldfish A goldfish survived being flushed down the toilet and was plucked from a sewage plant in

    Lanarkshire, Scotland.

    Jake Huey, who works at the site, spotted the fish floundering in rather horrid conditions, and rushed it to an emergency tank.

    The beastie has been nicknamed Pooh. Jake said: “This is one lucky little fish. We just need to find a good home for him now.”

    Scottish Water has urged people not to flush their pets down the loo. [from cbbc, 2o.08.09]

  • ELC School 14:35 on June 20, 2009 Permalink
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    Greece – The Acropolis Museum 

  • ELC School 09:32 on April 18, 2009 Permalink
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    Shocking truths about the environment 

    globe blueGo through these shocking truths about the environment of our planet and share them with your friends.

    80% of the world’s forests are gone.

    Over 40% of all tropical forests have been destroyed and another acre is lost each second.

    The US has less than 4% of its forests left.

    The U.S. burns 10,000 gallons of gasoline a second. Burning one gallon of gas creates 22 lbs of carbon dioxide. Now that’s 220,000 lbs of Co2 per second.

    An average American creates 4.5 lbs. garbage a day — an amount doubled from 30 years ago. (More …)

    • bob 08:40 on April 21, 2009 Permalink

      I wish I could write this well! great blog thanks.

  • ELC School 17:29 on March 13, 2009 Permalink
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    The Sea Around Us – by Penelope Z. (Senior B) 

    The sea…

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