GVC09-01- Virtual Classroom Contest
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Our Aim & Message

save earth
Through this project our team aims to make the world aware of the impending danger of extinction in which our environment is gasping for survival, choking along the path of development, trampled by our steps towards progress stands a lonesome silhouette once called the beautiful nature.

But what help do we offer? A few words, some promises or maybe some unintelligible words of comfort to falsely console and lie to ourselves.

'Save Earth' informs of possible practical solutions to the environmental problems chosen by the participants and attempts to usher in a search for possible solutions that we can use to prevent further disaster.

“Movements have always begun with the people and not with the government. [...] Countries are trying to do their best to work on climate change. But the governments alone cannot solve the issue of climate change without the help of states, provinces, activists, scientists, universities and individuals.”
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger addressing NGOs and media persons at the UN climate conference in Copenhagen.

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Credits
Banner & Flash: Andrea Y. (PJMS)
Images: Michara (PJMS) and Kashish (SMS)
Text: 7th (SMS) & Arnold Schwarzenagger (California Governor)

Citation
"Arnold Schwarzenegger lauds India’s solar project - India - The Times of India." Times Of India. Web. 10 Jan. 2010. <http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com
/india/Arnold-Schwarzenegger-lauds-Indias-solar-project/article show/5341957.cms>.

Earth Hour is Saturday March 27. Hundreds of millions of people around the world will turn off their lights as a call for action on climate change. The movement symbolizes that by working together, each of us can make a positive impact in protecting our future and that of future generations. To learn more about Earth Hour and sign up as a participant, visit www.earthhour.org.

 
 
   
Sponsored by:
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Percy Julian Middle School,
Oak Park, Illinois USA

St. Mark's Senior Secondary School,
Meera Bagh, New Delhi, India

Washington West Elementary School,
Olean, New York, USA