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Peopleneed fresh of Earth's water water to drink. and we need it to grow and cook food. We needto usea[[ theseresources careful[y. Sometimes.andcoa[andoil to makeelectricity. givesus manynatural Ourptanet resources likeair to breathe andwaterto drink. Plants.Cameffiqilry UsflnglBes@qffi@@s WeAllNeed Water ater is one of the most important natural resources on Earth. like water. can replacethemselves naturally.people have to travel a long way to collect water. and to wash.W'e need fresh water to drink. sun. They will not run out if we don't use them too quickly. or they move to a new place where there is water. soil. In some countries there isn't enough water.lt givesus plantsand animals to eat. They are called renewableresources. and people all need water to live. but most of this water is salt water in oceans. animals.we will have lots of these resourcesto use for a long time. wind. but only about 3o/o is fresh water. About 70% of Earth is coveredwith water. /1 . Renewable Resources Some natural resources. and plants. animals. If we use them carefully.

h V|AA7. This is called pollution. and water.NonRenewa bleResou rces Sfe use fossil fuels like coal. Can WeDo? What There are lots of ways we can help. and we must not waste it. Scientistsare mvesugaung ways to use renewable like sun. The problem is that thesefossil fuels cannot be replaced. \il7ecan also try to use less electricity. People. We must use non-renewableresourcescarefully.S(/e pollute the air when we use fossil fuels to make energy like electricity. Goto pages . and oil in power stationsto make electricity.too. Pollution Sometimeswe make our resourcesdirty. televisions. to make electricity so that we don't need to use so many fossil fuels. they will run out. and we must not waste them.e use electricity to power lights.so when we have used them all.animals. gas. and plants all need clean air and water. and pumps. and computers all neecielectricity.\(/e also use electricitv to power some vehicles. Some charities are helping people to collect and store water. wells. thefourcountries thatused the most 36-37 for activities.They are also building new dams. Many people use electricity to cook and to heat their homes. Refrigerators. wind. They are called non-renewableresources! and we are using them too quickly.'Wemust keep water clean.\Wepollute water when we put waste into it. so that people can have clean water nearer their homes. resources.and we use oil to make gasolineto power cars and other vehicles.

Theygrowfood on them. andhowcanwe keepour planetcoot? TheGreenhouse Effect llarth getsheat from the sun. Every year. Theythinkthat this is happening because Earth is gettingwarmer. a huge hurricane hit New Orleans in the USA. and most of the city was flooded. some people die and thousands of people lose their homes. Scientiststhink that we are putting too much carbon dioxide into the air. This is called global warming.ng @qm PilonffiC@@il Scientists thinkthat Earth's climateis changing andthe weather is gettingmoreextreme. There are always There are many rivers in Bangladesh.oating gardens. animals. This keepsEarth warm enough for us to live here. and plants. ''J tr4)* ''5(J. About 2.so that they have foodduring the floods. Why is this happening. but the floods are getting floods in the rainy season.In 2005. Hurricanes are getting more dangerous.000 people died. and it's called the greenhouseeffect becauseit works like a greenhouse. The carbon dioxide increases the greenhouseeffect and Earth gets warmer. Some of the heat escapes into space. some t\ - GlobalWarming we make a gas called carbon dioxide.but some is trapped by a blanket of gases.[fr@@pf. In Bangladesh. \$ Extreme Weather Scientiststhink that global warming is changing our climate and making the weather more extreme. 'When we use fossil fuels -peopte makefl.This is a problem for people. . worse.

I )cscrt sand blows all the way into cities in North l(orca and South Korea. Iow r'orrntrics and for low islands. we can use nuclear energy.This is dangerousfor like Bangladesh. Instead. Charities are working with people to build stronger and higher homes.They are also giving people specialradios so that they can hear about extreme weather and move to a saferplace. and llte pcoplc wlro livc thcre will haveto move to other likc Ncw Tcaland orAustralia. but we can make it without using fossil fuels. Our planet has natural ways to reduce carbon dioxide. ) Goto pages . tlrt' scu lcvcl is getting higher. so we must protect our oceansand plants. wind.Funafati. Oceansand plants use carbon dioxide. or natural energy from the sun. $(/emust try to keep Earth cool by using fewer fossil fuels and producing lesscarbon dioxide. ItttUlltt'lcri WhatCan WeDo? Scientists are investigating ways of predicting extreme weather so that people can be ready for it. 'l\rvrrltris u country in the Pacific Ocean and it's made ul gnrrrpsol'islands.hrth is gctting warmer and the ice is melting at the North and South Poles.Scientists tlrtrrktltnt thc occanwill soon coverthe land.W'eneed electricity. M elt in g lc e l. 38-39foractivities.Parts of the capital. Peoplehave left tlrcir homesbecause they can't grow food.lrr thc SaharaDesert in Africa.The Gobi l)cscrt in China and Mongolia is also getting bigger. are ttuw ottly l0 ccntimetersabovesealevel. there is not enough nrirr and the desert is getting bigger. or water.As this ice changesto water.

and road signs. At[ youneed is sunshine panet! anda solar . Scientists are working hard to make nuclear power stations safer. Howis electricity madein yourcountry? Nuclear Energy Nuclear power stationsmake electricity without using fossil fuels. offices. People died and many more people were sick. If there's an accident at a nuclear power station. About 336.This waste is put underground or under the ocean. cookbyusing only heat fromthesun. where it must stay for thousandsof yearsbefore it's safe. Solar power stations only work well in places where it's very sunny all year long. but they produce dangerousradioactivewaste. In sunny youcan countries.000 people had to move away to new homes.Thisis gtobat important if we want to reduce warmingand pollution. dangerous radioactive waste can get into the air and travel a long way. calculators. In many countries. and to power watches.Eil@ffie@ Maffing CtrXeon Scientists are investigating waysof makingclean electricity that is not madewith fossilfuels. Energy Solar Another way to make electricity is to use the heat from the sun.They don't put carbon dioxide into the air.and swimming pools. In 1986 an accident happened in Chernobyl in Ukraine. people use solar energy from solar panelsto heat water in homes.

Goto pages .They can be useful in colder countries where there is not enough sunshine to use solar energy to make electricity. In 1966. I 40-4t for activities. The biggest hydroelectric power station in the world today is the Three Gorges Dam in China. l:>t Hotwaterfromthe geothermal power Svartsengi station in lcetand is used to ilitffi poo[. called hydroelectricity.Scientists are now investigating better ways of using energy from tides and wavesto make cheap and clean electricity. Hot water and steam from underground can be used to heat buildings. lP!r. scientistsin France started to make electricity using energy from ocean tides. Energy trom Water \il7ecan make electricity by using energy from This is moving water in rivers. fitt anoutdoor lt's enough forswimming.or oceans. All around the world there are more and more wind farms. It can make enough electricity for whole cities! Energy Geothermal Geothermal energy comes from the heat that is trapped underground. lakes. makes 6o/o of its electricity in wind farms. It made enough electricity for 250 light bulbs. Geothermal power stationsmake about 25o/o of Iceland's electricitv. and to make electricity. It was a simple water wheel. for example.'Wecan build wind turbines in isolatedplacesand also in the oceans. Germany. In Iceland there is lots of hot water underground. Then other scientists used energy from waves. The first hydroelectric power station was built in 1882.Energy Wind Wind turbines use the energy from the wind to make electricity.

\Wecan try to use small cars becausethey use less fuel than big ones.buses. The Problem withTravel Cars. but we can think carefully about the way we travel.This is also better than sitting in a car becauseexerciseis good for us. We should also reduce the number of vehicles that we make. Whyshould we trave[ less? It's very difficult to stop traveling. . They find out how much carbon dioxide their journey will produce.W'ecan share cars or use public transportation for some journeys. Some people try to fly lessoften. Vehiclesalso pollute the air with other gases. they do something called carbon offsetting. This makes our cities dirty.Then they pay to plant enough trees to use all the carbon dioxide that the journey made. and if they have to fly. becausewe use fossil fuels to power the factories where we make the vehicles.Maybe we travelby carto go shopping or to visitfriends.and ships all put carbon dioxide into the air. Airports aregetting veryvery busy. About59.What CanWeDo? Mostof ustravelto school or to workevery day.000 internationaI passengers travel through the main airportin NewYorkeveryday. or by ptane to go on vacation. For short journeys. This increasesthe greenhouse effect and makes our planet warmer. planes. we can walk or cycle.

.What do you think? A few planes are alreadypowered by solar energy. \*--*- -ffiw '.There are also a few cars that use electricity made from solar energy.but they don't have any spacefor passengers.These biofuels can be made from nuts. Instead of using gasoline.They say that we need the land to grow food for people. but many people think it's wrong to grow plants for planes. They are designingbetter planes all the time. corn. it doesn'tcatry In 2008it ftewwithoutstopping for 83 hours! Goto pages 42-43for activities.Cleaner Planes Engineers are trying to make plane enginesthat don't pollute the air.Maybe in the future all cars will be powered in theseways. and other plants. Cleaner Cars Engineers are investigatinghow to make car engines cleanerso that they won't damage our planet so much.. fE lri" ptane TheZephyr is powered by solar energy.some cars use electricity and others use a mixture of gasolineand electricity. Modern cars have machines called catalytic converters that changeexhaustgasesinto cleanergases. Some cars use fuels made from plants. Some planes can fly using biofuels. lt's verytightand people. They know that lighter planes with bigger wings use lessfuel. but it's very difficult.

and cars. andfactories. people die from dirty drinking water. lakes. In some countries.@qm Keepffing filan@CCflean Every daywe throwawaywastefrom our homes.people throw waste into rivers.in the This pollutes our planet. and on beaches. then someis recycled. Some things that we throw away. and it's dangerousfor animals if they eat the waste. Every day. Too Much Waste People throw away too much waste. like plastic bags. Thiswasteis coltected in trucks. offices. or the ocean.Human waste and waste from factories also pollute water.refrigerators. there is not enough spaceto put any more waste underground. produces everyperson In the USA of wasteevery morethan2 kitograms that's day. . Some people leavewaste on streets.Sofor the whotecountry metric tons! more than232 miltion Makes Pollution Waste Sometimes.will stay underground for hundreds of years. countryside. schools. More than a billion people in the world do not have clean water to drink. andsomeis burned or put Whatdo you do with yourwaste? underground.

The recycled materials can then be used again to make new things. when people in Ireland were askedto pay for plastic bags. 'We can throw away much less food and garden waste by using a compost bin. there are no free plastic bags. becausethen they can't breathe or eat food. In Kamikatsu people to recycle arehoping They by 2020.rivers. W'e can throw away less waste. cans. .In 2002. a in Japan. but it can take 500 years ro decompose.plastic and glasscontainers.never throw waste into streets.What CanWeDo? \(/hen we throw things away we must do it carefullY .w'e can use compost to help plants to grow better. and oceans. everything theirwasteinto34 divide typesfor different ) Goto pagesM-45 for activities. Many people alreadyrecycle lots of things' like paper. Many fish. In a compost bin.they will use them less. we can reuse more things before we throw them away.You can use a plastic bag for only five minutes. Try to use plastic bags lots of times. . e can also recycle bigger things like parts of cars. -l. for example. If people have to pay for plastic bags. or use a bag that is made of a natural material instead. and other animals die if they eat a plastic bag.Peoplethrow away too many plastic bags and this pollutes our cities.and clothes. birds. countryside. -u Too Many Plastic Bags 'Wethrow away more plastic bags than anything else! Plastic bags are a huge problem for our planet. or the ocean. It's difficult to recycle them.the number of bags used reduced by 90% in one year! In many countries today. Another way to reduce waste is to recycle things.:. worms and bacteria eat the waste and changeit into good soil called compost.

n l . Many modern medicines are made from chemicalsthat were first found in plants. --T n.people have used plants as medicines. Many drinks.llJ $f . and carbon dioxide from the air to make their food.We also useptants to makeclothes. We caneat the fruit. like wheat and corn. water. from anduseoil made the fruitfor cooking. or they eat other animals that eat plants. give us flour to make bread. \Weeat fruit and vegetablesbecausethey contain vitamins that keep us healthy. Cereal crops. So we all need plants! We useotive treesin manyways. f + r:. like tea. Ptants are rea[lyimportant! andDrink Food Plants give us food like fruit. homes.and rice. TheoiI is alsogood for ourhairandskin. Food Chains All living things are parr of food chains. C@ ri . andmedicines. Animals need to eat plants. and chocolate come from plants. Many plants that are used for medicines grow in rainforests.!l @ @ a-pill LttdlU ffij s + Medicines For thousandsof years. }}'8{. vegetables.-. Plants are at the start of all food chains becauseplants only need sunlight. Ptants take carbon dioxidefrom the air. coffee.e also use some plants as herbs or spicesto make our food taste good.4 C@ + frr Jr @ @ @ tr + t" @D C@ kitter wh-ate . we wouldhavenothingto eat.f t f f l f f . too.andthey give us oxygen to breathe. the rosy periwinkle from Madagascar contains chemicalsthat can treat two types of cancer. For example.Mmgfilontu Withoutplants.

e can plant new trees. Sometimes they cut down trees in rainforests to make spaceto grow crops or to raise cattle. 46*47for activities. WeDo? WhatCan If we keep our planet clean and use fewer fossil fuels to reduce global warming. so that they can produce cheap food like palm oil and hamburgers.Countries and big companies can also replacethe trees that they use. must stop farmers can sell nuts from their trees. or if there is extreme weather like floods. plants take carbon dioxide from the air to make their food. we will savemillions of plants. \il7emust also use fewer trees. Finland and Canada already do this. Big international companies cut down huge numbers of trees for wood to make furniture or paper.e can use less paper and recycle it.polluted air and water can damage them.Reducing Global Warming In the daytime. This helps ro reduce global warming.\$7e use them in different ways to make money. Global warming is also a problem. \il7eare using too many trees. For example. It's one of our planet's natural ways to reduce carbon dioxide. Some charities collect money to buy trees to can pay people to care for trees and keep them safe.\il(/e companies destroying rainforests to bring us cheap food. Plants in Danger Plants need clean air and water to grow . Some plants cannot grow in their usual place if the temperature gets too high. ) Goto pages .

help the planet. and ants.wool. animals are also used to help us with work. in Danger Animals Every animal has a specialplace to live called its habitat.Bees fly from flower to flower to get nectar to make honey.to hugewhates.When we cut down the rainforest trees. and milk. sheep. but people are destroying many of these important habitats. too. They carry people and crops.if too much ice at the North Pole melts.there are fish farms where large numbers of fish are raised for food. Some insectscarry pollen from flower to flower. Many flowers need pollen from another flower to make seeds. fromtiny bacteria that we can'tevensee.and chickens.Around the world. People collect the honey and enjoy eating it! Many insectsare useful becausethey eat waste.we destroy the habitat of gorillas and tigers. Animats helpus in manydifferent waysandwe mustprotect them. Farmers raise them to give us meat. WeNeed Animals Many animals. polar bears will lose their habitat.like beetles. For example.egBS. Minibeasts Useful Insects. cheese. In the ocean. We share our planet with a[[ theseotheranimats.and worms help us by making compost and keeping the soil healthy.are raised for food.Pffing Amffimails Earth is hometo manyamazing animals.flies. and feathers. Global warming is also a problem for animals. and hundreds of smaller animals. e use animals to give us leather. . like cows. and they help with farm work.

Sometimes they take the animals back to their natural home when it's safe. but all around the world. Many people are adopting giant pandas and helping them here. Now this has stopped. Some charities work to saverare animals and their habitats.Hunters kill some animals for money.If they are rare animals. are disappearingbecauseof lost habirarsor hunting. Goto pages . WhatCan WeDo? \il7e must protect habitats. hundreds of different types of animal. Zoos Today Many wild animals are kept in zoos or animal reserves. They can hdve babies and there will be more of them again. In Africa there are also safari parks where tourists from all around the world can come and see the animals in their natural habitat. Many modern zoos keep animals in places similar to their natural habitat. the last ones can be kept safe there.These giant pandas live in a special animal reserve in China. and we must keep the countryside clean. Many countries have made special places called national parks or wildlife parks where wild animals can live safe from hunters.You can pay to adopt an animal and help to keep it safe. 48-49for activities. from insects to tigers. Pollution is also a huge problem for animals. Many elephantswere hunted becausepeople could sell their ivory tusks for a lot of money.

You can see some of this new technology in new types of house design. clean ways to travel and make energy. and not travel far. Whatwill you do to carefor our planet? New Technology A Simple Life? Some people think that modern city life is bad for Earth.Earth is our homeandwe mustprotectit for the future. This life would not damage our planet.They think that we should live in small villages. and they are made of wood from forests where trees are always replaced. \ilfe use too much energy and we make too much waste. Other people think that we cannot go back to a simpler way of living.They have solar panels in the roof.These new housesdon't use any energy from fossil fuels.ffieWeyffiorooffid Mostpeopleunderstand that we mustcarefor our planet. Do you think we should live more simply or use new technology?Or should we do both? . grow our own food on the land. They think that new technology can help us to find new. but they are still comfortable in very hot or cold weather. We mustnow learnhow to do it better.

we must think carefully about what we buy. Some people say we should eat more food that is grown near to our homes.We can reuse and recycle as much as possibleto reduce waste and pollution. If millions of people do small things. this will make a difference. .\$7e charities that care for the planet. I 50-51 for activities. They need everyoneto help. no one wants oceanswith no fish in them. It s OurPlanet Scientiststhink that we don't have much time to reduce global warming. So we have to change the way we live now. We can turn off lights to saveelectricity.and we use fossil fuels to transport it. Other food comes on planes and ships from far away. We must all help to care for our planet. Goto pages e must not be greedy. For example. So are the people near the Saharaand Gobi Deserts. The people of Tuvalu and Bangladeshare worried about their future.arth'snatural resourcestoo quickly. Do we need summer fruit in winter? How much of the food that vou buv was grown near where you live? In our everyday life we can all help the planet in small ways. and we can try not to use our cars too can give money to much. to reduce carbon dioxide. Some food that we buy comes from near our homes. but we must not take too many.WhatCan WeDo? hen we go shopping.\Wemust be careful not to use too many of E. e can take some fish.

Writefive thingsthat useetectricity andfive thingsthat don't useelectricity. andoiI are in power stations.Using Carefu y Resources + pages Read 4-7. 1 What resources naturatly? canreplace themsetves carn Ke. 6 When we makeresources dirtythis is catled i@ a . ra*ourcss rg"ptnmffi.$sr**bi+ fiatairaiiy. to [ive. for? 6 Whatdo youuseelectricity for water? 4 Howcanwe care fuets? 5 Whatis the probtem with fossiI 2 We a[ need 3 People need gas. W 1 5 We make 003 -tqffif : 6 #ili[ siln o o o o o It'.-\C. electricity fuels water Reneuabte pollution fresh fossil Kpnsvrabie resources canreplace themselves naturally. Answer the questions. Things thatdon'tuseetectricity: (p coal ptants oil sun water animats qx. t$lmfrTl*$tvs* 2 Whyiswater soimportant? do if thereisn'tenough water? 3 Whatdo peop[e 2 Complete the sentences. 4 Coa[. Things electricity: thatuse 1 Writethe words. water to drink. u mo r l 4t. Then write{if it'ta renewable resource.r 2 l.

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Peopleneed fresh of Earth's water water to drink. and we need it to grow and cook food. We needto usea[[ theseresources careful[y. Sometimes.andcoa[andoil to makeelectricity. givesus manynatural Ourptanet resources likeair to breathe andwaterto drink. Plants.Cameffiqilry UsflnglBes@qffi@@s WeAllNeed Water ater is one of the most important natural resources on Earth. like water. can replacethemselves naturally.people have to travel a long way to collect water. and to wash.W'e need fresh water to drink. sun. They will not run out if we don't use them too quickly. or they move to a new place where there is water. soil. In some countries there isn't enough water.lt givesus plantsand animals to eat. They are called renewableresources. and people all need water to live. but most of this water is salt water in oceans. animals.we will have lots of these resourcesto use for a long time. wind. but only about 3o/o is fresh water. About 70% of Earth is coveredwith water. /1 . Renewable Resources Some natural resources. and plants. animals. If we use them carefully.

h V|AA7. This is called pollution. and water.NonRenewa bleResou rces Sfe use fossil fuels like coal. Can WeDo? What There are lots of ways we can help. and we must not waste it. Scientistsare mvesugaung ways to use renewable like sun. The problem is that thesefossil fuels cannot be replaced. \il7ecan also try to use less electricity. People. We must use non-renewableresourcescarefully.S(/e pollute the air when we use fossil fuels to make energy like electricity. Goto pages . and oil in power stationsto make electricity.too. Pollution Sometimeswe make our resourcesdirty. televisions. to make electricity so that we don't need to use so many fossil fuels. they will run out. and we must not waste them.e use electricity to power lights.so when we have used them all.animals. gas. and plants all need clean air and water. and pumps. and computers all neecielectricity.\(/e also use electricitv to power some vehicles. Some charities are helping people to collect and store water. wells. thefourcountries thatused the most 36-37 for activities.They are also building new dams. Many people use electricity to cook and to heat their homes. Refrigerators. wind. They are called non-renewableresources! and we are using them too quickly.'Wemust keep water clean.\Wepollute water when we put waste into it. so that people can have clean water nearer their homes. resources.and we use oil to make gasolineto power cars and other vehicles.

Theygrowfood on them. andhowcanwe keepour planetcoot? TheGreenhouse Effect llarth getsheat from the sun. Every year. Theythinkthat this is happening because Earth is gettingwarmer. a huge hurricane hit New Orleans in the USA. and most of the city was flooded. some people die and thousands of people lose their homes. Scientiststhink that we are putting too much carbon dioxide into the air. This is called global warming.ng @qm PilonffiC@@il Scientists thinkthat Earth's climateis changing andthe weather is gettingmoreextreme. There are always There are many rivers in Bangladesh.oating gardens. animals. This keepsEarth warm enough for us to live here. and plants. ''J tr4)* ''5(J. About 2.so that they have foodduring the floods. Why is this happening. but the floods are getting floods in the rainy season.In 2005. Hurricanes are getting more dangerous.000 people died. and it's called the greenhouseeffect becauseit works like a greenhouse. The carbon dioxide increases the greenhouseeffect and Earth gets warmer. Some of the heat escapes into space. some t\ - GlobalWarming we make a gas called carbon dioxide.but some is trapped by a blanket of gases.[fr@@pf. In Bangladesh. \$ Extreme Weather Scientiststhink that global warming is changing our climate and making the weather more extreme. 'When we use fossil fuels -peopte makefl.This is a problem for people. . worse.

I )cscrt sand blows all the way into cities in North l(orca and South Korea. Iow r'orrntrics and for low islands. we can use nuclear energy.This is dangerousfor like Bangladesh. Instead. Charities are working with people to build stronger and higher homes.They are also giving people specialradios so that they can hear about extreme weather and move to a saferplace. and llte pcoplc wlro livc thcre will haveto move to other likc Ncw Tcaland orAustralia. but we can make it without using fossil fuels. Our planet has natural ways to reduce carbon dioxide. ) Goto pages . tlrt' scu lcvcl is getting higher. so we must protect our oceansand plants. wind.Funafati. Oceansand plants use carbon dioxide. or natural energy from the sun. $(/emust try to keep Earth cool by using fewer fossil fuels and producing lesscarbon dioxide. ItttUlltt'lcri WhatCan WeDo? Scientists are investigating ways of predicting extreme weather so that people can be ready for it. 'l\rvrrltris u country in the Pacific Ocean and it's made ul gnrrrpsol'islands.hrth is gctting warmer and the ice is melting at the North and South Poles.Scientists tlrtrrktltnt thc occanwill soon coverthe land.W'eneed electricity. M elt in g lc e l. 38-39foractivities.Parts of the capital. Peoplehave left tlrcir homesbecause they can't grow food.lrr thc SaharaDesert in Africa.The Gobi l)cscrt in China and Mongolia is also getting bigger. are ttuw ottly l0 ccntimetersabovesealevel. there is not enough nrirr and the desert is getting bigger. or water.As this ice changesto water.

and road signs. At[ youneed is sunshine panet! anda solar . Scientists are working hard to make nuclear power stations safer. Howis electricity madein yourcountry? Nuclear Energy Nuclear power stationsmake electricity without using fossil fuels. offices. People died and many more people were sick. If there's an accident at a nuclear power station. About 336.This waste is put underground or under the ocean. cookbyusing only heat fromthesun. where it must stay for thousandsof yearsbefore it's safe. Solar power stations only work well in places where it's very sunny all year long. but they produce dangerousradioactivewaste. In sunny youcan countries.000 people had to move away to new homes.Thisis gtobat important if we want to reduce warmingand pollution. dangerous radioactive waste can get into the air and travel a long way. calculators. In many countries. and to power watches.Eil@ffie@ Maffing CtrXeon Scientists are investigating waysof makingclean electricity that is not madewith fossilfuels. Energy Solar Another way to make electricity is to use the heat from the sun.They don't put carbon dioxide into the air.and swimming pools. In 1986 an accident happened in Chernobyl in Ukraine. people use solar energy from solar panelsto heat water in homes.

Goto pages .They can be useful in colder countries where there is not enough sunshine to use solar energy to make electricity. In 1966. I 40-4t for activities. The biggest hydroelectric power station in the world today is the Three Gorges Dam in China. l:>t Hotwaterfromthe geothermal power Svartsengi station in lcetand is used to ilitffi poo[. called hydroelectricity.Scientists are now investigating better ways of using energy from tides and wavesto make cheap and clean electricity. Hot water and steam from underground can be used to heat buildings. lP!r. scientistsin France started to make electricity using energy from ocean tides. Energy trom Water \il7ecan make electricity by using energy from This is moving water in rivers. fitt anoutdoor lt's enough forswimming.or oceans. All around the world there are more and more wind farms. It can make enough electricity for whole cities! Energy Geothermal Geothermal energy comes from the heat that is trapped underground. lakes. makes 6o/o of its electricity in wind farms. It made enough electricity for 250 light bulbs. Geothermal power stationsmake about 25o/o of Iceland's electricitv. and to make electricity. It was a simple water wheel. for example.'Wecan build wind turbines in isolatedplacesand also in the oceans. Germany. In Iceland there is lots of hot water underground. Then other scientists used energy from waves. The first hydroelectric power station was built in 1882.Energy Wind Wind turbines use the energy from the wind to make electricity.

\Wecan try to use small cars becausethey use less fuel than big ones.buses. The Problem withTravel Cars. but we can think carefully about the way we travel.This is also better than sitting in a car becauseexerciseis good for us. We should also reduce the number of vehicles that we make. Whyshould we trave[ less? It's very difficult to stop traveling. . They find out how much carbon dioxide their journey will produce.W'ecan share cars or use public transportation for some journeys. Some people try to fly lessoften. Vehiclesalso pollute the air with other gases. they do something called carbon offsetting. This makes our cities dirty.Then they pay to plant enough trees to use all the carbon dioxide that the journey made. and if they have to fly. becausewe use fossil fuels to power the factories where we make the vehicles.Maybe we travelby carto go shopping or to visitfriends.and ships all put carbon dioxide into the air. Airports aregetting veryvery busy. About59.What CanWeDo? Mostof ustravelto school or to workevery day.000 internationaI passengers travel through the main airportin NewYorkeveryday. or by ptane to go on vacation. For short journeys. This increasesthe greenhouse effect and makes our planet warmer. planes. we can walk or cycle.

.What do you think? A few planes are alreadypowered by solar energy. \*--*- -ffiw '.There are also a few cars that use electricity made from solar energy.but they don't have any spacefor passengers.These biofuels can be made from nuts. Instead of using gasoline.They say that we need the land to grow food for people. but many people think it's wrong to grow plants for planes. They are designingbetter planes all the time. corn. it doesn'tcatry In 2008it ftewwithoutstopping for 83 hours! Goto pages 42-43for activities.Cleaner Planes Engineers are trying to make plane enginesthat don't pollute the air.Maybe in the future all cars will be powered in theseways. and other plants. Cleaner Cars Engineers are investigatinghow to make car engines cleanerso that they won't damage our planet so much.. fE lri" ptane TheZephyr is powered by solar energy.some cars use electricity and others use a mixture of gasolineand electricity. Modern cars have machines called catalytic converters that changeexhaustgasesinto cleanergases. Some cars use fuels made from plants. Some planes can fly using biofuels. lt's verytightand people. They know that lighter planes with bigger wings use lessfuel. but it's very difficult.

and cars. andfactories. people die from dirty drinking water. lakes. In some countries.@qm Keepffing filan@CCflean Every daywe throwawaywastefrom our homes.people throw waste into rivers.in the This pollutes our planet. and on beaches. then someis recycled. Some things that we throw away. and it's dangerousfor animals if they eat the waste. Every day. Too Much Waste People throw away too much waste. like plastic bags. Thiswasteis coltected in trucks. offices. or the ocean.Human waste and waste from factories also pollute water.refrigerators. there is not enough spaceto put any more waste underground. produces everyperson In the USA of wasteevery morethan2 kitograms that's day. . Some people leavewaste on streets.Sofor the whotecountry metric tons! more than232 miltion Makes Pollution Waste Sometimes.will stay underground for hundreds of years. countryside. schools. More than a billion people in the world do not have clean water to drink. andsomeis burned or put Whatdo you do with yourwaste? underground.

The recycled materials can then be used again to make new things. when people in Ireland were askedto pay for plastic bags. 'We can throw away much less food and garden waste by using a compost bin. there are no free plastic bags. becausethen they can't breathe or eat food. In Kamikatsu people to recycle arehoping They by 2020.rivers. W'e can throw away less waste. cans. .In 2002. a in Japan. but it can take 500 years ro decompose.plastic and glasscontainers.never throw waste into streets.What CanWeDo? \(/hen we throw things away we must do it carefullY .w'e can use compost to help plants to grow better. and oceans. everything theirwasteinto34 divide typesfor different ) Goto pagesM-45 for activities. Many people alreadyrecycle lots of things' like paper. Many fish. In a compost bin.they will use them less. we can reuse more things before we throw them away.You can use a plastic bag for only five minutes. Try to use plastic bags lots of times. . e can also recycle bigger things like parts of cars. -l. for example. If people have to pay for plastic bags. or use a bag that is made of a natural material instead. and other animals die if they eat a plastic bag.Peoplethrow away too many plastic bags and this pollutes our cities.and clothes. birds. countryside. -u Too Many Plastic Bags 'Wethrow away more plastic bags than anything else! Plastic bags are a huge problem for our planet. or the ocean. It's difficult to recycle them.the number of bags used reduced by 90% in one year! In many countries today. Another way to reduce waste is to recycle things.:. worms and bacteria eat the waste and changeit into good soil called compost.

n l . Many modern medicines are made from chemicalsthat were first found in plants. --T n.people have used plants as medicines. Many drinks.llJ $f . and carbon dioxide from the air to make their food.We also useptants to makeclothes. We caneat the fruit. like wheat and corn. water. from anduseoil made the fruitfor cooking. or they eat other animals that eat plants. give us flour to make bread. \Weeat fruit and vegetablesbecausethey contain vitamins that keep us healthy. Cereal crops. So we all need plants! We useotive treesin manyways. f + r:. like tea. Ptants are rea[lyimportant! andDrink Food Plants give us food like fruit. homes.and rice. TheoiI is alsogood for ourhairandskin. Food Chains All living things are parr of food chains. C@ ri . andmedicines. Animals need to eat plants. and chocolate come from plants. Many plants that are used for medicines grow in rainforests.!l @ @ a-pill LttdlU ffij s + Medicines For thousandsof years. }}'8{. vegetables.-. Plants are at the start of all food chains becauseplants only need sunlight. Ptants take carbon dioxidefrom the air. coffee.e also use some plants as herbs or spicesto make our food taste good.4 C@ + frr Jr @ @ @ tr + t" @D C@ kitter wh-ate . we wouldhavenothingto eat.f t f f l f f . too.andthey give us oxygen to breathe. the rosy periwinkle from Madagascar contains chemicalsthat can treat two types of cancer. For example.Mmgfilontu Withoutplants.

e can plant new trees. Sometimes they cut down trees in rainforests to make spaceto grow crops or to raise cattle. 46*47for activities. WeDo? WhatCan If we keep our planet clean and use fewer fossil fuels to reduce global warming. so that they can produce cheap food like palm oil and hamburgers.Countries and big companies can also replacethe trees that they use. must stop farmers can sell nuts from their trees. or if there is extreme weather like floods. plants take carbon dioxide from the air to make their food. we will savemillions of plants. \il7emust also use fewer trees. Finland and Canada already do this. Big international companies cut down huge numbers of trees for wood to make furniture or paper.e can use less paper and recycle it.polluted air and water can damage them.Reducing Global Warming In the daytime. This helps ro reduce global warming.\$7e use them in different ways to make money. Global warming is also a problem. \il7eare using too many trees. For example. It's one of our planet's natural ways to reduce carbon dioxide. Some charities collect money to buy trees to can pay people to care for trees and keep them safe.\il(/e companies destroying rainforests to bring us cheap food. Plants in Danger Plants need clean air and water to grow . Some plants cannot grow in their usual place if the temperature gets too high. ) Goto pages .

help the planet. and ants.wool. animals are also used to help us with work. in Danger Animals Every animal has a specialplace to live called its habitat.Bees fly from flower to flower to get nectar to make honey.to hugewhates.When we cut down the rainforest trees. and milk. sheep. but people are destroying many of these important habitats. too. They carry people and crops.if too much ice at the North Pole melts.there are fish farms where large numbers of fish are raised for food. Some insectscarry pollen from flower to flower. Many flowers need pollen from another flower to make seeds. fromtiny bacteria that we can'tevensee.and chickens.Around the world. People collect the honey and enjoy eating it! Many insectsare useful becausethey eat waste.we destroy the habitat of gorillas and tigers. Animats helpus in manydifferent waysandwe mustprotect them. Farmers raise them to give us meat. WeNeed Animals Many animals. polar bears will lose their habitat.like beetles. For example.egBS. Minibeasts Useful Insects. cheese. In the ocean. We share our planet with a[[ theseotheranimats.and worms help us by making compost and keeping the soil healthy.are raised for food.Pffing Amffimails Earth is hometo manyamazing animals.flies. and feathers. Global warming is also a problem for animals. and hundreds of smaller animals. e use animals to give us leather. . like cows. and they help with farm work.

Sometimes they take the animals back to their natural home when it's safe. but all around the world. Many people are adopting giant pandas and helping them here. Now this has stopped. Some charities work to saverare animals and their habitats.Hunters kill some animals for money.If they are rare animals. are disappearingbecauseof lost habirarsor hunting. Goto pages . WhatCan WeDo? \il7e must protect habitats. hundreds of different types of animal. Zoos Today Many wild animals are kept in zoos or animal reserves. They can hdve babies and there will be more of them again. In Africa there are also safari parks where tourists from all around the world can come and see the animals in their natural habitat. Many modern zoos keep animals in places similar to their natural habitat. the last ones can be kept safe there.These giant pandas live in a special animal reserve in China. and we must keep the countryside clean. Many countries have made special places called national parks or wildlife parks where wild animals can live safe from hunters.You can pay to adopt an animal and help to keep it safe. 48-49for activities. from insects to tigers. Pollution is also a huge problem for animals. Many elephantswere hunted becausepeople could sell their ivory tusks for a lot of money.

You can see some of this new technology in new types of house design. clean ways to travel and make energy. and not travel far. Whatwill you do to carefor our planet? New Technology A Simple Life? Some people think that modern city life is bad for Earth.Earth is our homeandwe mustprotectit for the future. This life would not damage our planet.They think that we should live in small villages. and they are made of wood from forests where trees are always replaced. \ilfe use too much energy and we make too much waste. Other people think that we cannot go back to a simpler way of living.They have solar panels in the roof.These new housesdon't use any energy from fossil fuels.ffieWeyffiorooffid Mostpeopleunderstand that we mustcarefor our planet. Do you think we should live more simply or use new technology?Or should we do both? . grow our own food on the land. They think that new technology can help us to find new. but they are still comfortable in very hot or cold weather. We mustnow learnhow to do it better.

we must think carefully about what we buy. Some people say we should eat more food that is grown near to our homes.We can reuse and recycle as much as possibleto reduce waste and pollution. If millions of people do small things. this will make a difference. .\$7e charities that care for the planet. I 50-51 for activities. They need everyoneto help. no one wants oceanswith no fish in them. It s OurPlanet Scientiststhink that we don't have much time to reduce global warming. So we have to change the way we live now. We can turn off lights to saveelectricity.and we use fossil fuels to transport it. Other food comes on planes and ships from far away. We must all help to care for our planet. Goto pages e must not be greedy. For example. So are the people near the Saharaand Gobi Deserts. The people of Tuvalu and Bangladeshare worried about their future.arth'snatural resourcestoo quickly. Do we need summer fruit in winter? How much of the food that vou buv was grown near where you live? In our everyday life we can all help the planet in small ways. and we can try not to use our cars too can give money to much. to reduce carbon dioxide. Some food that we buy comes from near our homes. but we must not take too many.WhatCan WeDo? hen we go shopping.\Wemust be careful not to use too many of E. e can take some fish.

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