"emm well yes...we did think about that..we went requesting the local shops to replace the plastic with paper bags...emmm in the beginning thought they agreed but later on we felt it would not be effective...so wat we have planned is we will be askin…"
"Your idea to make the zoo a plastic-free zone is a good one. If you are going to replace them with paper, I suggest you look into recycled paper bags. Or even better, go bag free! Could you get local businesses and organziations to sponsor the bags?…"
"Thank you ma;am...it feels nice to become a member such a great team...well me and my team are workin hard to bring an environment related issue in our neighborhood...well we first ve started off with the central zoo...well we are planning to make…"
"Welcome to Teens for Planet Earth, Supriyaa! Hope you find the site fun and helpful in carrying out a service-project. Let me know if you have any questions or need any help (I'm the T4PE Project Advisor)."
May 26, 2009
Supriyaa is now a member of Teens for Planet Earth
Your idea to make the zoo a plastic-free zone is a good one. If you are going to replace them with paper, I suggest you look into recycled paper bags. Or even better, go bag free! Could you get local businesses and organziations to sponsor the bags? What I mean is, they pay a small amount to have their logo and/or business name, website, etc. on the bags and you use that money to have the bags produced...
Welcome to Teens for Planet Earth, Supriyaa! Hope you find the site fun and helpful in carrying out a service-project. Let me know if you have any questions or need any help (I'm the T4PE Project Advisor).
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A night with distinguished author Alison Gillespie Tuesday October 7th
NYC Beekeepers Association Meeting
125 East 15th Street
Featuring: Author of "Hives in the City: Keeping Honey Bees Alive in an Urban World,"…
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