Pedimos que vocês procurem fazer como nós e continuem essa luta de colaborar com nosso planeta: evitando o consumo exagerado, usando a tecnologia para o bem, plantando árvores, economizando água e poluindo menos.

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Queridas crianças do mundo inteiro,

Queridas crianças do mundo inteiro!

Somos alunos e alunas da Escola Municipal Engenheiro Umberto Gondin e desejamos que ao ler essa mensagem, o mundo ainda seja um lugar legal, com água, árvores, paz e tranquilidade entre as pessoas.

Estamos no ano de 2015 e a nossa escola está realizando um Projeto chamado “Água pra quê? Pra viver!”. Nosso objetivo é evitar a poluição, principalmente da água. Estamos coletando óleo de cozinha usado e enviando a uma empresa que o transformará em sabão que, ao comercializá-lo, o resultado das vendas será revertido em ajuda para um hospital infantil da nossa cidade (IMIP). Coletando o óleo das frituras, estaremos evitando que ele seja jogado nas águas que circundam nosso bairro, Brasília Teimosa, na cidade de Recife- PE – Brasil. Como vocês podem ver na foto, ele é cercado por rio e mar, por isso estamos tentando mostrar para as pessoas que vivem aqui a necessidade de cuidarmos das nossas águas.

Esperamos que o resultado desta ação sirva para deixar o mundo melhor, menos poluído e mais agradável para viver.

Pedimos que vocês procurem fazer como nós e continuem essa luta de colaborar com nosso planeta: evitando o consumo exagerado, usando a tecnologia para o bem, plantando árvores, economizando água e poluindo menos. E, também, fazendo muitos amigos e dando muitos abraços e sorrisos.

Que Deus os abençoe!

Carta coletiva dos alunos e alunas.

Escola Municipal Engenheiro Umberto Gondin

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