Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Don't Waste Paper by Adam Hubert

Don't throw scrap paper away instead make something with it. You can make anything you want like snowflakes or paper airplanes. Don't use too much paper because it comes from trees. I read that paper is produced from wood pulp. Because pulp comes form trees and we do not have infinite trees, we should take care of the trees. I learned that wasting paper has an affect, green house effect because the material to prepare paper is coming from trees so lots of trees are being cut. Oxygen comes from trees which keeps humans and animals alive. Be aware that the more paper you waste, the more trees need to be cut down. Use few paper a day.  Use only what you need. Be creative and reuse them before you recycle.  Love paper, love trees, love nature. Join the Rescue Rangers to help educate others about recycling and learn to take better care of the environment.   

Monday, September 28, 2015

Our New Goal

Do you recycle? Have you ever considered it as something worthwhile of your time? Do you know of the positive effect recycling has--and the negative impact that throwing something away can induce?
As Aldous Huxley once said, “Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored.” This is especially true in this case, because millions of people worldwide remain oblivious to the benefits that throwing a soda can in one bin can have over another.

For example, lets look at a water bottle; one of the most frequently thrown away items. By placing it in a recycling bin, you'll not only save twice as much energy, but you'll save it a couple thousand years in a landfill. In fact, Americans use 2.5 million plastic bottles every hour,  but only 27% gets recycled!

The Rescue Rangers are planning on cleaning up parks, surveying restraurants and hotels, and making a positive impact on the Earth. Keep up to date on this blog, and the dates for the park litter cleanups will be revealed in the coming weeks. Remember, every little thing you do makes a difference!
This picture was taken of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch--a massive stretch of debris collected in the ocean!

Friday, September 25, 2015

Being Eco-Friendly By Anaum Allimulla

We the rescue rangers are a part a new Eco-friendly project. One way to start being Eco-friendly is by re-using and recycling. Ecology is very much related to our surroundings. Did you know that when you start recycling and reusing can help stop polluting the environment. So in order to keep our environment safe , We have to start right from our own homes by not wasting electricity to simple things like food and water. We can also start reusing our shopping bags and various other things.
So come and lend your support to the rescue rangers Eco-friendly project.

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Eco-Friendly Project!!!!

We have started are new eco-friendly project! We are trying to promote people to being eco-friendly to tour environment. It is very important to be eco-friendly. We need to be eco-friendly to save our planet Earth and our environment as well as making it a better place to live in. A person being eco-friendly not only helps their surroundings to be harmless, but also helps other people and animals around them. We need to clean up parks, roads, beaches,.etc. We recycle things that should be recycled and do whatever we can in being eco-friendly. Being eco-friendly has become a necessity, that everybody should take part in!

Monday, September 21, 2015


What is ecology? To be precise, ecology is
the branch of biology that deals with the relations of organisms to one another and to their physical surroundings. However, in simpler terms, it is a subject focusing on nature; how organisms (living beings) interact with each other and the environment.

Ecology is complex as a whole, but once it is narrowed down, the concept is much simpler. One way ecology is so important to us is that the study help us to better our knowledge of the world we live on, thus bettering our chances of maintaining an eco-friendly lifestyle.

Knowing and studying ecology is one thing, and acting on the knowledge is other. Simple things such as recycling, conserving, and educating others can positively impact nature more then you think. Lend the Earth a hand and make the world a better place. You wont regret it.

Thursday, September 17, 2015

This Autumn's new Rescue Rangers project will be all eco-friendly! We will do projects to improve local buisenesses so that the environment, the animals, and ultimatily us can be protected. We will be focussing on recycling and other ecofriendly activities. We have a lot of upcoming news on the environment and other interesting events so keep in touch with the blog! By becoming more aware of the Earth and environmental issues, you are taking that first step to fix the problem, so don't stray from that path! Save the Earth!