Danny: I think I'm still going to need a lot of
time to complete the missions in "Prescription for a cool Earth",
because everything inside has some difficulty. People say that it's
easy to change landscape, but hard to change habits, and some bad
habits are hard to change. But like Napoleon said, "Impossible is
not in the language." Let's work together for a greener world!
Rose: When I pressed on "Prescription", I was
praying, "Not big squid. Not big squid!" I must have touched god
somehow, or I would've been one instead of, "doing pretty good!" The
information says that I have room for improvement, but I believe
that as long as I try, I can do it! I can become the person with the
least carbon dioxide emission, let the world fight greenhouse gases
together, and let a healthy Earth come again!
Mary: After I read the "Prescription", I knew
where my problem was. I always forget to turn off the electricity
after I use the computer. This wastes electricity, and I always take
the elevator instead of the stairs, again, wasting electricity. I've
decided now that whenever I leave home, I'll turn off all the unused
lights and appliances.
Maggie: I didn't know that greenhouse gases had
such huge effects! We need to make the best use of everything,
recycle, cut trash amounts, take public transportation, drive less,
and last of all, appliances. The air conditioner should be set to
around 26~28 degrees and used in combination with a fan and unused
TVs should be unplugged. Let's all try our best and combine our
strengths to change Taiwan from a squid to Formosa!
Sam: After entering the data, I discovered I
was a squid. I need to improve in the trash area. I need to recycle,
pack up leftovers, and bring my own shopping bags. This way we can
cut down on plastic bags, lower mom's burden, and lower carbon
dioxide emission. As long as we can do the above, the Earth can be
cured, and we can live without burden.
Henrry: Today I entered some data on household
appliances, and discovered that I was a squid. I was surprised, but
after reading the information, I realized that I was wrong, because
I didn't turn off my computer, and my lights were on for too long.
Saving energy is helping the Earth, and I believe that soon I will
be able to turn into an environmental top student.
Regina: I plan to turn off the lights everyday
after I finish my homework, lower my frequency of opening the
refrigerator, and know how much space there is in the fridge before
I buy things. I will also use more appliances that are environmental
and save energy. The appliance we need to improve the most is our
computer, because we keep it on almost everyday. I hope that
everyone can work together to lower emission, and build a beautiful
Kitty: Today I looked up the amount of carbon
dioxide our house released, and discovered it was 127.95 kg, most of
it in home appliances. We need a plan to lower the amount, and it
will include turning off unused appliances, taking the stairs more,
lowering gas wasting, and planting more trees to make the Earth a
greener place. With these, we can stop the earth from being sick.
Wendy : Wow, after I entered the data, they said
that I was a little environmental hero! After seeing everybody's
efforts, I have some plans to lower emission. First, trash
classification. Second, Using appliances that are environmental.
Third, not buying things with lots of wrapping. These are the
reduction plans that I have chosen. Let's hope that my plans will