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What is Sustainability?

Sustainability refers to the ability to meet the needs of the present generation without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. It involves making decisions and taking actions that balance environmental, social, and economic considerations to ensure a better quality of life for everyone, now and in the future. Key aspects of sustainability include:

Environmental Protection: Conserving natural resources, reducing pollution, and minimizing waste to maintain ecosystems and biodiversity.

Social Equity: Ensuring fair treatment, access to resources, and opportunities for all people, regardless of differences such as race, gender, or socioeconomic status.

Economic Viability: Supporting economic activities that are financially sound, promote innovation, and contribute positively to communities while considering long-term impacts.


Kids contribution to Sustainability

Learning : Understanding environmental issues and sustainable practices.

Recycling: Sorting and recycling waste at home and school.

Saving Energy : Turning off lights and unplugging devices when not in use.

Conserving Water : Turning off taps while brushing teeth and taking shorter showers.

Reducing Waste : Using reusable items like water bottles and lunch containers.

Gardening : Growing vegetables or maintaining a small garden.

Walking/Biking : Choosing to walk or bike instead of driving.

Choosing Eco-friendly Products : Selecting sustainable and ethically produced items.

Community Involvement : Joining local clean-up events and tree planting.

Advocacy : Promoting sustainable practices in schools and communities.


Teach kids sustainability: What Does it Mean to be Green?

Recycling: Sorting waste into bins for paper, plastic, glass, and compost helps reduce trash and reuse materials.

Conserving Water: Turning off the tap while brushing teeth and taking shorter showers saves water.

Using Reusable Items: Bringing a reusable water bottle, lunch box, and shopping bag reduces waste from single-use plastics.

Planting Trees and Gardens: Growing plants and trees helps clean the air and provide food and shelter for animals.

Walking and Biking: Choosing to walk, bike, or use a scooter instead of driving reduces pollution.

Avoiding Littering: Always throwing trash in the bin keeps the environment clean.

Choosing Eco-friendly Products: Picking items that are made from recycled or sustainable materials helps protect the planet.

Helping in the Community: Joining clean-up events and spreading awareness about taking care of the environment.

Learning and Sharing: Reading books, watching videos, and talking to others about how to protect nature.                                                                         


Sustainability for kids

Save Energy: Turn off lights and unplug devices when not in use.

Recycle: Sort and recycle paper, plastic, glass, and metal.

Conserve Water: Turn off the tap while brushing teeth and take shorter showers.

Use Reusable Items: Bring reusable water bottles and lunch containers.

Grow Plants: Plant trees or start a small garden.

Walk or Bike: Choose walking or biking instead of driving for short trips.

Avoid Littering: Always throw trash in the bin.

Choose Eco-friendly Products: Use products made from recycled or sustainable materials.

Participate in Community Activities: Join local clean-up events and tree planting.

Learn and Share: Read about the environment and talk to others about sustainability.                                       


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