environmental damage

EVS discussions usually start and end with the over-used terms reduce, reuse and recycle. The typical bowing down to renewable energy and a mandatory discussion on ozone layer depletion makes EVS lose its sheen much before its gravity is understood. Textbook images usually fail to reflect the seriousness of the issue. Unless the daily relevance & a doable intervention is demonstrated we lose our only chance to inspire the learners to take action.

Over the years, the increasing use of plastic in our everyday life has caused serious environmental damage, forcing us to rethink our habits and consciously reduce or recycle its use. The activities and discussions suggested here can make children aware of the dangers of using plastic and the pollution it causes to the environment.

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