Thursday, December 8, 2011

Andrei A good lesson for kids in what lowering your carbon footprint actually means

Kids shivering in classrooms where the temperature is 1°C doesn't seem like an optimum learning environment - unless the lesson to be learnt from this is cutting your carbon foot print means increased in hardship.

Children left to freeze in the classrooms after head turns off heating on coldest day of year 'to show how school can be eco-friendly'

I'd call this one an own goal by the school myself.

2 comment(s):

Psycho Milt said...

He sounds like a great bloke to me. As you point out in your title, he's shown them what lowering your carbon footprint actually means. Next time you get some twat using a computer connected to the internet to witter on about global warming, you can cite this as an example of what someone who wasn't all talk would do.

Marian said...

"Next time you get some twat using a computer connected to the internet to witter on about global warming, you can cite this as an example of what someone who wasn't all talk would do."


Andrei & PM:

I've a better idea.

Next time you see someone use a computer to write about saving the planet from Global warming and reducing carbon footprints. Just pull the plug on the computer. They're obviously aren't doing their bit to reduce their carbon footprint. Since computer use and the internet are supposed to be increasing the global carbon footprint. :-)

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