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Age Category: 11-14 years


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A spectacular process ,, "which is impressive by its size, dynamics and microrelief specific to this region is the landslides.

Depending on the type of the landslide,encounteres in the commune, they can be classified into:

• landslides in torrential catchments –they are visible in the regions of Hatia,Poieni,Țiglău,Coasta Izvorului.Today,this type of landsliding are partially stabilized, but in the case of rainfall, they may flare;


Argeșul singur și trist/ The Arges River


Age Category: 11-14 years

Name of Authors: Ilie Diana, Bulumac Ruxandra


COPIII spun lucruri ÎNȚELEPTE: „România a ajuns să vândă nisip în... deșert”




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"You can make many things out of wood, but not trees"– Jan Sobotka
Wood is a very knowed and used material in our everyday life.
But what is wood? Wood is a porous and fibrous structural tissue found in the stems and roots of trees and other woody plants. Wood is an extremely functional , ecological and biodegrable material. 
What is wood used for? Wood has been used for thousands of years for both fuel and as construction material. Also, we produce PAL, MDF and OSB out of wood. At a global scale, wood is mostly used as a fuel: wood gives aprox. 3,5kwh/kg (1 cubic meter wood = 0,14 tons oil = 1480 kwh). Wood has a long history of being used as a fuel, which sadly continues to this day, mostly in rural ares of the world. Hardwood is preferred over softwood because it creates less smoke and burns longer. Wood has also been an important construction material since human began building shelters, houses and boats. The Earth contains about 434 billion cubic meters of growing stock forest, 47 % of which is commercial! 
But what can we do to enjoy this extremely neccessarily resource for a longer period of time? Wood recyling is one way to go. Recycling wood or recycling timber is the process of turning waste timber into usable products . Recycling timber is a practice that was popularized in the early 1990s as issues as deforestation and climate changes .
Tree branches, stumps, pallets and clean scrap wood from construction sites are all examples of clean waste wood. Recycling wood reduces the cutting of new trees which in turns preserves the forest habitat of many birds and animals and reduces the incidence of soil erosion. Another way to improve the environment is to plant new trees and expand our local green places. Furniture that cannot be used without being repared its redone. This means that the furniture is cleaned, fixed, repainted before it is resold .Wood waste also comes from old buildings, bridges, which are demolated and sorted.At the same time, rocks are being recycled. And its sorted and reused. Let's think of an example: A boatman carved into his paddles two words. Into one paddle he carved the word: " faith " and into the other the word: "actions". Asked by his customers the meaning of this worlds he simply explained: if you sail with only one paddle, " faith ", we will go nowhere and just sail in a circle, but if you sail with both, you will move forward.
If you have faith you need to take actions and you will reach your goal. 
In an interview given by Egger Romania, Rădăuți, the CEO says: ‚‚We, as a company, built an recycling platform in Bucharest and in the of Bucharest, in the city Cernica, where we colect wood waste, from both big and small companies, that work with wood or import wood, from food wrapings to old furniture, or wood that comes from cleanings made in parks."
From both the example, and the interview we understand that only with big efforts and financial investments we will succed in protecting the environment and to respect the nature at its rightful value.
So that's why team Green Volunteers supports and encourages wood recycling for a better world!
Team: Green Volunters Student Sorina Odoviciuc, Andreea Ungurean, class X E,
Age Category: 15-18 years
Coordinating teacher: Cornelia Hatnean
Eudoxiu Hurmuzachi National College Rădăuţi, Suceava, Romania


Deforestation, or deforestation is total removal, either by cutting or by burning woody plants in a given area.
What effect may deforestation ?

Deforestation is, in some cases- if done head- useful because the surface can then be used for other purposes, such as agriculture, grazing, construction and also resulting timber is very useful in many industries. Problems arise when deforestation are in an irrational and lacks sustainability.
Such deforestation on a massive scale, leading to deterioration of soil quality and although somewhere in the forests still cover 30 % of the planet's surface each year 75,000 kmof forest disappear, according to National Geographic. The rate of deforestation in the tropics is very high and if drastic measures are not taken, up to 100 years in tropical forests will disappear completely, says the same source.
Among the negative effects of habitat estedistrugerea millions of species of flora and fauna. About 70 percent of terrestrial plants and animals living in the forests, and most do not survive the destruction of their homes. Also, no trees- the tin shade during the day and at night keeps the heat better- changes resulting from high temperatures, which are harmful to plants and animals from the area.
In recent years the rate of deforestation has decreased a little, and several countries around the world have initiated reforestation projects, but deforestation still remain a problem. An issue that should I pay more attention and a lot more consideration.
As the current situation in Romania, where they destroyed thousands of hectares, much of it illegal, it has brought us in the situation that we are the poorest in Europe Chapter forests. I hope to change that soon. The sooner the better.
Team: Green Team
Student Daniela-Ionela Juravle, class X G,
Age Category: 15-18 years
Coordinating teacher: Cornelia Hatnean,
Eudoxiu Hurmuzachi National College Rădăuți, Suceava, Romania



Age Category: 15-18 years
Name of Authors: Lavinia Iețcu, Georgiana Nichifuriuc, Maria Curea
We can find paper everywhere: in shops, in each room of any house, in the company offices, on the pavement, crowded in the cesspool surrounded by other waste. Everyday each of us uses paper at least one time. The paper is the most frequently waste coming from every sphere of activity and therefore, it has the greatest share worldwide. We often don’t realize how irresponsible are we using the paper unfortunately.




Despre CCDG

CCDG este o organizaţie neguvernamentalǎ ce furnizează programe educaţionale de calitate, în  scopul unui mediu sustenabil.

Obiectivul nostru este de a oferi programe care promovează relaţii durabile între copii, adulţi şi mediul înconjurător, realizând că educaţia eficientă trebuie să se extindă dincolo de sala de clasă şi că principiile de ecologie, justiţie şi egalitate trebuie să fie evidente la toate nivelurile societǎţii.

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