We all must do our part to save the Earth and its species

I think we are ruining our environment. We pollute and that polluting kills animals. I feel bad about that because there are endangered animals we need to save.

I think we are ruining our environment. We pollute and that polluting kills animals. I feel bad about that because there are endangered animals we need to save.

I belong to Earth Rangers and they help save animals. We are squeezing ever little bit of natural things out of the Earth and the Earth is not a lemon to be squeezed dry for people just to have fun.

I wanted to tell people to take care of our planet. I got 31 people to sign a petition that they would help save animals and be good to our planet.

I am only in Grade 2 but I think we could do a better job of looking after our world. We could conserve energy, which would help with pollution by turning off the lights when we leave a room. We could plant more trees. We could walk more instead of driving in cars.

I think if we did more things outside then we would like nature more. I like to climb trees but you have to be careful. Don’t climb old trees or they might break.

We could also help the animals by not bothering the animals where they live.

We could also just take from nature what we need, not just what we want.

We should protect the animals in Alberta that are endangered.

We could help injured animals that we see.

I don’t know all the answers but you could read a book about the environment. It is important to take care of the environment so that it doesn’t all go away and disappear.

I wanted to write and encourage everyone to do their part. I am going to do mine.

Tessa Work

Red Deer

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