“The World is My Habitat” Ecological and Carbon footprint, Covid-19’s Impact on Carbon Footprint

Habitat or habitat, the place where a creature lives and thrives. This place can be a physical region, a special part of the earth, air, soil, or water. Habitat can be as large as an ocean or a meadow, or a decayed tree can be as small as an insect’s gut.
The cause of global warming is the harmful gases people release into the atmosphere. With this study, our aim is to raise awareness by providing a better understanding of the concept of carbon footprint in society.

Technology is developing rapidly, the consumption trend is increasing day by day. It is not possible to directly reduce the carbon footprint to zero as we cannot give up our basic vital activities.
Scientific process steps will be applied in the study. Literature review, research, examination, comparison and decision-making methods will be used. With this study, we measure our carbon footprint, and the annual average amount of carbon a person releases into the atmosphere will be determined. Through the school website, social media and EBA, posts, presentations, videos, short films and paintings will be made to raise awareness of the society.


How to Reduce Carbon Footprint?

  1. Walk
  2. Use a bicycle
  3. Preferance to bulk transport
  4. Travel with More than one person in individual vehicles
  5. Reduce flight rides
  6. Use a hybrid tool
  7. Pay attention to energy efficiency inside the home
  8. Use enough electronic products

With (“The World is My Living Space”), we are participating in the 2021 STEM Discovery Week, (6 countries). We are working with 15 teachers and 105 students.
2021 Stem Discovery Campaign and (“The World is My Habitat”) Project Training.
1-Ecological and Carbon footprint, Covid-19’s Impact on Carbon Footprint
2-Water footprint
3-Recycling
4-Forest footprint grassland footprint agriculture footprint
5-Global warming
6-Renewable energy

With this study, it has been tried to popularize what will be done to reduce the carbon footprint in society. By saving energy we can reduce our carbon footprint by doing and changing some of our habits. In addition, trees absorb carbon dioxide and produce oxygen. The importance of planting trees for society will be explained in order to pay off our debt to nature, albeit a little.

References:
– Artemis refinement blog
– uwww.semplastik.com.tr
– utr.wikipedia.org
– umflow.app

5 thoughts on ““The World is My Habitat” Ecological and Carbon footprint, Covid-19’s Impact on Carbon Footprint

  1. Hello, Gebze, Kocaeli, Turkey’s Gebze that we work in Science and Art Center. We are working on the Stem + A (STEAM) approach with our students.
    We would be happy to organize joint webinars.
    Conducting surveys on carbon footprint and water footprint, and sharing the results in national congresses etc. we had presented. Our students, whom we also encourage in terms of art, produce projects.

  2. Hello teacher, we would be pleased to be a math teacher at Adana İsmail Kulak Anatolian High School. We are also happy to organize webinars. I wish you love and healthy days.
    Sergin Şahinoğullarıgil
    Math teacher.

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