GSP Changemakers are at it again. GSP partners Queen's Valley School, Dwarka and St. Mary’s School, New Delhi are doing their bit as part of their continuing efforts towards promoting environmental awareness and sensitivity among their students. Way to go, guys!
QUEEN’S VALLEY SCHOOL, DWARKA
As part of their work towards GSP 2013 targets, the school has replaced lampposts with solar-powered lamps across the campus.
ST. MARY’S SCHOOL, NEW DELHI
With the objective to make a sustainable lifestyle popular among their students, the green minds at St. Mary’s installed a paper recycling unit on January 21, much to the joy of their students. The Eco Club members wasted no time in collecting old notebooks and newspapers from every one at the school. They have plans to use this plant to make official folders and notepads, while the school administration is extending their support in the form of old examination papers and practical copies.
Plus, a birdy tittered to us that 9 per cent of the schools part of GSP 2013 use toxic pesticides such as Aldrin. Gasp! Read all about it in Gobar Times March 2013 issue.
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