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Comments (6)

seasontse said

at 5:37 pm on Dec 15, 2009

This is such an educational but Shocking video!
We as a part of the school should definitely reduce our rubbish and STOP CLIMATE CHANGE!
We should all start by watching this video!

catrin treanor said

at 12:28 am on Dec 16, 2009

I agree! Have you watched the latest film - 'The Age of Stupid'?

nigel swansborough said

at 3:00 am on Dec 16, 2009

I'v seen "The Age of stupid" and think we should look at the possibility of a school screening, it's a very thought provocing film.

nigel swansborough said

at 3:12 am on Feb 2, 2010

I'v just watched the video clip and signed up to Earth hour, I think the school should do the same and support the event. But, I can't help thinking that every hour should be Earth hour!

catrin treanor said

at 2:00 pm on Feb 5, 2010

We have signed up and Grrreen girls are going to promote the event - starting with open day. have to agree with you though so we still need to get everyone to be more conscientious about not wasting energy...

nigel swansborough said

at 7:21 am on Jun 2, 2010

Due to my being very busy at the moment I am going to change the way that I read the meters, From now on I will read Gas and electricity monthly instead of weekly, and will now include water use. Once I have some results I will publish the info on a new page so that we can compare and contrast all the meter readings together, we should be able to spot any trends as well.

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