Students from Southern Cross Catholic College in Scarborough help to monitor water quality on the Great Barrier Reef
Schools are full of smart people (that includes the students), but they are very busy. When schools take time to reduce their energy, they come up with clever ideas that result in some big energy savings. In many schools, it’s the students who are leading the environmental changes. These are some of the things that you and your school can do:
Coral health chart
Most of the greenhouse gas produced by schools is equally divided by lights, (about 30%) computers (about 30%) and heating and cooling (about 30%). A lot of energy saving can be done for no cost; it might just take someone like you to turn off a switch.