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Definition Global
Warming

GO
GREEN
Videos
Ways and
and
Steps
Quotes
Concerned with or supporting environmentalism ... tending to
preserve environmental quality (as by being recyclable,
What biodegradable, or nonpolluting) Merriam Webster Dictionary

Most "go green" initiatives involve steps to save energy, including


taking shorter showers; installing fluorescent light bulbs; using less
fossil fuels by taking public transportation or walking to work; and
How recycling household waste.

Most "go green" initiatives emphasize how such actions will


preserve the environment for future generations, but many also
point out that individuals can save money and improve their health
Why by adopting a "go green" attitude.
Going green is a popular term used to describe the
process of changing one's lifestyle for the safety and
benefit of the environment. People who "go green"
make decisions about their daily lives while considering
what impact the outcome of those decisions may have
on global warming, pollution, loss of animal habitats,
and other environmental concerns.
GLOBAL WARMING EFFECTS :

RISING OF EARTHS THEMPERATURE

GREEN HOUSES EFFECT

MELTING OF POLAR ICE CAPS EFFECTS


RISING OF EARTHS THEMPERATURE

Global Warming will make the earth is hotter


than before. And themperature could be rising,
it cause trees and animals dies.
Green Houses Effects
Green House gives many bad effects for Earth.
MELTING OF POLAR ICE CAPS EFFECTS

The Polar ice caps could be danger. If melting due to


global warming. If the rising temperature affects
glaciers and icebergs. International Flood could be
happened.
10 Ways and Steps To GO GREEN

1. Consume Less Fuel


2. Eat Less Meat
3. Switch to Renewable Energy Resources
4. Lower Heating and Cooling Cost
5. Buy Local
6. Use Less water
7. Improve Lighting and Appliance Effiency
8. Reduce, Recycle and Reuse
9. Stop Using Plastic Bags
10.Compost and One man One Tree
1. CONSUME LESS FUELS

Reduce Trips Tune Cars


Walk or Bicycle Drive Economically
Carpool Buy Efficient Cars
Take Public Transportation

Need more Incentive?


Most experts agree
that oil production has
peaked. Prepare
today.Live like gas is
$10/gallon
2. EAT LESS MEAT

Meat production generates more greenhouse gas


emissions (14-22 percent of global emisisons) than
either transportation or industry.
3. SWITCH TO RENEWABLE ENERGY

BIOFUELS
TIDAL

WINDS
SOLAR ENERGY
ENERGY
4. LOWER HEATING AND COOLING COST

Reduce energy consumption for heating and cooling


Adjustment Thermostat
Caulk/ seal around windows, doors, and outlets
Insulate
Passive Solar
Install Efficient HVAC systems
- Geothermal
- High SEER and correctly sized
Efficient Water Heating
- Solar Thermal Hot water
- Instant hot or continuous
- Insulate hot water pipes
Use fans and breezes
5. BUY LOCAL

Create a suistainable living economy


- How ?
a. Support local farmers
b. Favor products made close to home
- Benefits ?
a. Fresher and more nutritious produce
b. Reduced carbon emissions from transporting goods
c. When gas hits $10/gallon, well have a best local suppliers
d. Local bussines invest more $s back into the community
6. USE LESS WATER

Conserving Water = Conserving Power


- Reduced power to clean and pump water
- Reduce power to heating water
How ?
- General
a. Capture and use rainwater
b. Recirculate greywater
c. Reciculate for instant hot
d. Promptly fix leaks
- Toilets
a. Use a dual-flush toilets or converters
b. Use a toilet tummy or bricks
- Faucets
a. Turn off water when not in use
b. Install low-flow Faucets and aerators
7. IMPROVE LIGHTING AND APPLIANCE
EFFIENCY

Choose Energy Star Lighting and Appliance Products


Lighting
- Use dimmer switches, timers and ,motion sensors
- Switch from incandescent to more efficient bulbs (CFL and LED)
- Take advantage from natural daylight (windows and tubular skylights)
Appliances
- Replace your Clunckers
a. Refrigrators
b. Dishwashers
c. Washers and Dryers
- Run full loads through dish and clothes washer
- Line dry (or use dryers balls to cut drying time by 20%)
- Unplug Appliance and Chargers when not in use
8. RECYLCLE, REDUCE AND REUSE

Recycle
- Collection and Proccesing
- Manuifacturing
- Purchasing Recycle Products
Reduce and Reuse
- Minimize disposable choose reusable
- Reduce Packaging
- Choose Quality long lasting products
9. STOP USING PLASTIC BAGS

Make commitment with your self to stop using plastic bags


Bring your own shopping bag
Use eco-friendly product
10. COMPOST AND ONE MAN ONE TREE

Greens
- Garden waste; grass cuttings, non woody garden prunings, leaves and
flowers.
- Kitchen waste ; vegetable peelings, leaves and stalks, fruit peelings and
cores, cooked table scarps, tea leaves. Coffee growns, egg shells, and bread.
- Herbivore manure
Browns : small amounts of shredded, newspaper, paper tissues, wood fire
ash, sawdust, vacuum dust, and dryer lint.
Plan more trees in your gardens and practice it also in your school and office.
Videos
Quotes
"To waste, to destroy, our natural resources, to skin and exhaust the land
instead of using it so as to increase its usefulness, will result in undermining
in
the days of our children the very prosperity which we ought by right to hand
down to them amplified. . . "
- Theodore Roosevelt

"If there is to be an ecologically sound society, it will have to come the grass
roots up, not from the top down."
- Paul Hawken, The Ecology of Commerce

"One touch of nature makes the whole world kin."


-Shakespeare