Respect for Environment

"I can find God in nature, in animals, in birds, and the environment."

Not only within Carmel, but also outside of Carmel, there are a lot of problems surrounding litter and waste. Sometimes, humans can become lazy, and we are oblivious to the fact that we are contributing to climate change & polution when we do things like throw our rubbish outside of the car window when we are on the motorway. In the classroom, we should leave spaces ready for the next learners - this means not leaving our rubbish on tables and underneath desks. We should also recycle paper and make sure that we do not leave graffiti on school property. In shared areas, if we see rubbish, you pick it up. It is everyone's job to pick up rubbish - so pick up rubbish even if it is not your own. We should also remember to put our rubbish into bins. The atrium is a prime example of a place we should try our best to keep clean. We can also help to care for trees and plants as part of our mission at school, so that we can contribute to making the school eco-friendly. Environment also includes the online environment, we should use our online environment safely, and we should always think before we print so that we do not waste paper. In regard to everyday living, we should apply the Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle processes. This will help us to make our working spaces clean and the environment that we work in and live in healthy. Everyone has the chance to do their part to help the environment, and we also have the opportunity to speak up and take action for the environment - this also means Be a tidy KIWI. If we are all tidy kiwis, we can make a change in our world. Complete Survey