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My family will be joining members of Sungai Long Buddhist Society for a
trip to Forest Research Institute of Malaysia (FRIM) where we can view
the Bukit Lagong Forest Reserve from the Canopy Walkway. This walkway is
suspended between trees at about 30m above ground.

On the trip there and back, we are going to provoke the children's
senses to the differences they can observe from being in a forest
reserve and living in a developed environment.

http://greenbeings.netfirms.com/senses.htm

How to keep their park poo free.
http://greenbeings.netfirms.com/poo.htm

We are going to encourage them to create receptacles from waste material
to stores seeds from their garden and from walks in the parks so that
they can give them away to their friends and neighbours for a greener
environment.

http://greenbeingnancy.blogspot.com/2007/04/seeking-forgiveness-before-y
ou-give-up.html

We are going to teach them how to enjoy receiving junk mail

http://greenbeings.netfirms.com/junk.htm

I would love to hear how you will be celebrating your earth day with
your family.

Rgds
Nancy


<-----Original Message----->
>From: Rod Muir [rodmuir@no.address]
>Sent: 4/16/2007 7:32:20 PM
>To: kate@no.address;GreenYes@no.address
>Subject: Re: [GreenYes] Re: 51 ways to save the environment, and
recycling
>doesn't make the cut?!
>
>Kate and others
>As Earth Day approaches I encourage all of you to take on the cause
that
>Kate has identified.
>That is to remind people of the very significant impact that waste
diversion
>can have upon the mitigation of climate change.
>For more info plse see
>www.wastediversion.ca
>Thanks
>Rod Muir
>Waste Diversion Campaigner
>The Sierra Club of Canada
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Kate" <kate@no.address>
>To: "GreenYes" <GreenYes@no.address>
>Sent: Monday, April 09, 2007 5:53 PM
>Subject: [GreenYes] 51 ways to save the environment, and recycling
doesn't
>make the cut?!
>
>
>>
>> In Time magazine's April 9th issue, the media outlet features "51
>> things we can do to save the environment" as part of its global
>> warming guide. How is it that recycling fails to make the list?
Buying
>> recycled paper gets a nod but no mention of the methane emissions
from
>> landfills or the carbon emissions saved from remanufactured products
>> (save paper).
>>
>> http://www.time.com/time/specials/2007/environment/
>>
>>
>> >
>
>
>>
>.
>


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