Dear Mrs East,
As you know, saving the environment is a very important job otherwise Earth would not be inhabitable. Earth is in danger of pollution and global warming. People need to start being more eco-friendly to this wonderful planet, using the worlds resources more carefully. I am writing to you to suggest some ways to help save the planet from these disasters that could happen in future and to try out in being an eco-monitor.
If nobody did anything about the pollution and global warming, Earth would be cursed to be a hot grave for billions of people. When people burn coal, oil and wood, it releases CO2 (Carbon Dioxide) into the atmosphere, polluting the environment and melting the blanket of gas protecting the Earth. This causes the sun to heat up our planet boiling everything in existence. We can prevent this.
Obviously there are many ways to stop Earth from being a sad little planet in the middle of the Milky-Way. For example: we should walk more; or waste less; even planting a tree could help. Just one more piece of rubbish could end all life that we know of. Our only hope is if everyone takes action seriously and we might just stop global-warming and pollution.
How can our school help? Our school, Plymouth Grove Primary School, could help make a huge difference to the world by recycling more often and using resources with care. At the moment, classes continously leave pens and pencils on the floor meaning the school have to buy knew ones. This is an example of wasting resources carelessly. As a result, the average person wastes about 2kg a day, back in the 1960’s people usually produced 1.2kg. The result means that everyone needs to cut down on rubbish. Plymouth Grove can make a difference.
Everywhere people are being unfriendly to the world. You could be the one to tell them to be more friendly. I hope this letter has given you some ideas on how to save the world and persuaded you to pick me as eco-monitor.
From Kevin class 5O