Drop after drop...Let's fill up the reservoir of life

Each classroom has developed a topic on how you can save the water. One class room has build a functioning plastic model on depuration system of the waste water that waters the vegetable garden. Another classrooms have draw a cartoons on how you can save water consume. Another classroom had draw how much water is contained in some foods and objects.; another class has developed the theme of water saving in construction by proposing the ancient way of building houses with straw.The Classrooms are developing even more project these days. During Green Apple Day each classroom will explain at other students the item developed.

700

Students attended

40

Staff attended

5

Additional Volunteers attended

2000

Students will be impacted this year

Intended impact of project

Reduced environmental impact
Increased environmental & sustainability literacy

Impact of project

Improved student/staff health
Energy or water conservation
Financial savings
Environmental restoration
Improved environmental/sustainability literacy

More impact of project

This day does not want to be resolved in an occasional celebration appointment but wants to be a stimulus to respect the environment as an integral part of everyday life; at school we need to discuss it in an interdisciplinary manner in didactic moments that embrace the entire scholastic path (from the kindergarten to the secondary school). Closing the tap while brushing your teeth or lathering yourself, for example, and reducing consumption means having an "ethical" attitude towards our planet, its inhabitants and future generations. It means, "drop by drop ... fill the tank of life".