Regina YES Network - Thom Collegiate – School Wide Recycling

Submitted by StudentResearcher on Thu, 2010-06-10 15:30
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Kathleen Wilson
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The club at Thom Collegiate unveiled that they will be implementing a recycling program within their school. They will be launching it with a “Wear Your Garbage For A Day” campaign to get members of their school community thinking about the amount of trash they produce. The students are looking into a creative way to use the recyclables collected!

The environmental club at Thom, Thom Going Green, hosted a very successful Eco Fair at their school on Friday, May 28th! It was a full day of events including a community fair of local organizations and businesses, a windmill competition, workshops by EYES Summer Camp from the University of Regina, presentations by all of the school environmental clubs, a keynote talk from Curtis Dorosh and a showcase of all of the school projects! It was an incredible day of activity. Thom did a great job hosting the event!

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Ongoing throughout the school year.

Keywords (Please list keywords, separated by commas, that relate to the project)
Environment Club, High School, Youth Engaged in Sustainability, Recycling, Eco Fair
What level of education does this project address?
High school
Public awareness, for example, through the media (informal education)
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The Cooperators