Sarabjeet singh
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  • Uttar Pradesh
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"Hi Sarabjeet, welcome to Teens for Planet Earth. Check out our environmental art contest. 5 designs from 5 different age levels each win $1,000! http://www.teensforplanetearth.org/events/art-contest-win-1000"
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Stop Animal Cruelty!!

One step at a time, help stop animal cruelty and save animals that need help!!!
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Holy cross high school
Team Name
Real Humans
Project Title
Save Birds
Project Description
Now a days, birds have started disappearing because of lack of food and water. Especially in cities birds face such problems because of noise pollution which scares them to land on earth(to drink water). So i have formed this team to discuss and share different ways to conserve birds....

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At 12:34pm on June 7, 2011, The Green Tribe said…
Hi Sarabjeet, welcome to Teens for Planet Earth. Check out our environmental art contest. 5 designs from 5 different age levels each win $1,000! http://www.teensforplanetearth.org/events/art-contest-win-1000
 
 
 

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The Secret Garden

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  ENVIRONMENTAL CLUB Presents: A night with distinguished author Alison Gillespie Tuesday October 7th 7-9pm NYC Beekeepers Association Meeting 125 East 15th Street Featuring: Author of "Hives in the City: Keeping Honey Bees Alive in an Urban World,"…
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People's Climate March

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CCD of Honey Bees

CCD of Honey BeesColony Collapse Disorder among the Honey Bees is no longer a worry of the past. It is a legitimate concern among environmentalists and researchers. Why are the colonies being lost? This is the ultimate question that must be addressed. If we ignore the increasing death of bees, we may threaten the cultivation of various foods, flowers, jeopardizing the sustenance all creatures depend on. Not only to honey bees make honey, but they pollinate fruits, vegetables, and various…See More
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CCD of Honey Bees

CCD of Honey BeesColony Collapse Disorder among the Honey Bees is no longer a worry of the past. It is a legitimate concern among environmentalists and researchers. Why are the colonies being lost? This is the ultimate question that must be addressed. If we ignore the increasing death of bees, we may threaten the cultivation of various foods, flowers, jeopardizing the sustenance all creatures depend on. Not only to honey bees make honey, but they pollinate fruits, vegetables, and various…See More
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