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Green Schools Committee Radio

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The Greens School committee recently met with Sinead from An Taisce to discuss this years Green School Theme: Climate Change. After their talk two of the Green Schools committee interviewed Sinead. Thanks for taking the time out Sinead.

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  •   Second Class St Clare's
    October 20th, 2010 at 8:40 am

    We have a number of questions about climate change in second class.
    1) How does adopting a polar bear stop the ice from melting?
    2) When is the Walk On Wednesday silver boot going to be awarded this year?
    3) What is a carbon number?
    4) Why do people cut down lots of trees when they are getting rid of lots of animals homes?

    Hopefully, you will be able to answer some of these questions. Bye…….

  •   lorraine morrissey
    October 20th, 2010 at 2:32 pm

    I think that by adopting a polar bear, the money will be used by WWF to research ways of reducing greenhouse gases and the warming of the ice caps. Currently, the distance between iceblocks is getting greater and greater which means the polar bears have longer distances to swim before getting rest and food, leaving them susceptible to fatigue and starvation. I wonder how much it costs to adopt a polar bear? I remember they had one in Dublin zoo but I believe he went crazy being stuck in a small enclosure…poor thing.
    What do mummy polar bears love to knit?
    Answer – polo neck sweaters…get it!
    What’s a polar bear’s favourite treats?
    Answer – icebergers and polo mints…

    On a serious note .. a carbon number is the amount of carbon atoms in a sample

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