Hello, My name is Kasim Divers, and I along with Damian Digiacamo have done something amazing. We started project plants in classrooms. This project allows us to Help put plants in various classrooms throughout the school. We committed to doing extensive research on how plants can affect the classroom and how it operates in different ways. One study we found suggests that students actually pay attention better when plants are present in classrooms. A year-long study at The Royal College of Agriculture in Cirencester, England, found that students demonstrate 70% greater attentiveness when they’re taught in rooms containing plants. The focused and more attentive students showed to perform better on tests and even retain information slightly better. The way we went about this project was first we consulted a teacher from school and then we proceeded to go out and buy all the necessary materials to complete the process. We intended to grow the plants ourselves at first but this would have taken quite a while. So instead we decided to buy some partially grown plants and then grow them a bit ourselves before handing them out. All the teachers who received plants seemed to be very happy to have them . This whole project has been a fun experience for us, we hope that project plants in classrooms will help all the students to come after us.
The global water crisis is definitely an environmental issue since water is both a building block for life and a part of the earth, it stands to reason that a lack thereof would be considered an environmental issue.
Throughout the course of our video, we talk about the impact of oil spills on our planet and oceans. We talk about how they affect aquatic habitats and wildlife, not to mention the effects this has on us as well. We did well with our information gathering and research, we found lots of material to use in our video on the topic. The most meaningful part for me is seeing the impact our video will have and hoping we will help to bring awareness to this issue.