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  • 83%

    You scored pretty well. Well done, but remember to keep it up. Continue to turn things off standby and recycling. Turning off the tap whilst brushing saves a lot of water and so does having a shower. One double decker bus can take over 20 car loads of people which saves petrol and reduces your carbon footprint. Remember, even the smallest actions can make a difference.

    • wow William you've really matured since church Sundays, I'm very proud.

      Hurley Mexon
  • I personally think that we should

    Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: Implementing recycling programs and reducing waste can significantly impact the environment. Encourage individuals and businesses to reduce their carbon footprint by using eco-friendly products, reusing items whenever possible, and recycling materials.

    Conserve Energy and Water: Using energy-efficient appliances and turning off lights when not in use can help reduce energy consumption. Additionally, taking shorter showers and fixing leaks can conserve water.

    Plant Trees and Gardens: Planting trees and gardens helps purify the air, provides habitats for wildlife, and promotes biodiversity. Encourage communities to plant native species and support urban gardening initiatives.

    Support Eco-Friendly Transportation: Promote walking, cycling, and using public transportation instead of driving cars. This can reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve air quality.

    Avoid Single-Use Plastics: Single-use plastics contribute significantly to pollution and harm marine life. Encourage individuals and businesses to switch to reusable alternatives like cloth bags, straws, and containers.

    Educate and Raise Awareness: Organize community events, workshops, and campaigns to educate people about environmental issues and their role in protecting the environment. Engage schools and youth groups to encourage future generations to adopt sustainable practices.

    Collaborate with Local Governments: Work with local governments to implement policies supporting environmental sustainability. Encourage them to invest in renewable energy sources, increase funding for conservation projects, and enforce anti-pollution regulations.

    Support Sustainable Agriculture: Encourage farmers to adopt sustainable agricultural practices such as crop rotation, organic farming, and reducing pesticide usage. This can maintain soil health, conserve water resources, and promote biodiversity.

    Protect Natural Habitats: Preserve natural habitats like forests, wetlan

    Jonathan p Kirk
    • mum???

      Hurley Mexon
    • Explain how their behavior is affecting you: You can say something like, "Hey Mom, I want to talk to you about something that's been bothering me. When you do X, it makes me feel Y. Can we talk about why you're doing that and see if there's a way we can find a solution together?"

      Use "I" statements: Instead of accusing your mom of being wrong, try using "I" statements to express your thoughts and feelings. For example, "I feel frustrated when you don't listen to me. Can we find a way to communicate more effectively?"

      Ask for clarification: If you're not sure why your mom is acting a certain way, ask her to explain herself. You can say, "Mom, I'm not sure why you're doing X. Can you help me understand your perspective?"

      Offer alternatives: If your mom is doing something that you think is harmful or unhelpful, suggest alternative solutions. For example, "Mom, I know you're trying to help me, but I don't think that approach is working. Have you considered trying X instead? I think it might be more effective."

      Seek common ground: Even if you disagree with your mom, try to find areas where you can agree. You can say, "Mom, I know we don't always see eye-to-eye, but I appreciate your concern for my well-being. Let's work together to find a solution that works for both of us."

      Remember, communication is key in situations like this. By talking openly and honestly with your mom, you may be able to find a resolution that works for both of you.

      Jonathan p Kirk
  • You are 21% Environmentally Friendly 21%

    You didn't do too well. Even though you scored a low mark, you can still change how environmentally friendly you are. You could start recycling at your local recycling piont or school, and you could ask your family to get a compost bin. A compost bin is not vital, but you could always get low energy light bulbs and make sure you turn off appliances. Remember, even the smallest actions can make a difference.

    Devil Kid
  • Sixty eight percent,I do care alot about nature and the environment but sometimes I do forget to recycle at times but I'm usually good at remembering too. Cool quiz anyways mate.

  • I am 17% i am way more nice

  • I LOVE THIS QUIZ. You should all love it to. It is amazing and cool

  • great quiz!

    • shut up blud, mans for real bouta spin yo block if you talkin smack.

      Hurley Mexon
  • great quizz its great that you care a bout the invaroment

  • hype quiz, my cat died by the way

    Hurley Mexon
  • 46%

  • That is a s--- man. I burn all your family b----es.


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