My favorite part of D.C. was the museums. I liked the museums because it gave me a lot of information about america’s pop culture and other things like the first ladies dresses and another gave me facts about the science of Earth. Like I got to learn how gems were formed and how the humans skull progressed to look like what it is now. Another reason I liked the museums is because it gave me the actually thing that I was learning about. Like if I was learning about whales it showed me the actual part of the whale instead of a picture. That is why I liked the museums the most on the D.C. trip.
I feel that recycling is not a good thing. When we recycle we are putting more harmful chemicals into the air than if we just put it in the trash. The author of PRO/CON: Should we throw away the recycling program? states, “Recycling 1 ton of paper or aluminum cans, the agency says, can save about 3 tons of carbon dioxide emissions over producing new materials. Carbon dioxide, a gas, is produced during the recycling process and can lead to climate change. A ton equals 2,000 pounds.”. So when we recycle we are harming the environment and we are also contributing to climate change.
Did you know that you could change your community just is the next eight hours!
In eight hours I could go to a homeless shelter and help cook or donate old clothes. I could also go to the local pantreat and donate some canned food. Also I could plant more trees and plants so we could have cleaner air in the future. In eight days I could go around town and help the local elderly homes and help the staff and I could help out with the animal shelter. In eight months I could go to the mayor’s office and ask if I could get a pattion so that their is only certain spots that you could smoke so that you don’t effect the other adults and kids around you. I could ask it see if we can make it a law that you have to recycle anything that you can. In eight years I could go the the local shelter and donate and do a lot of community service. I could also help out at the mayor’s office to see if he/she could make a law that you can’t cut down certain trees in New Holland.
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