Usually the students would spot it immediately; and often times, the main offender would actually be a teacher! (This li'l nugget of information would typically only be known to those on the inside of the Green Team--mainly, myself and our science guy!)
Classic shots would include:
- A half-eaten apple in the recycle bin versus the compost bin. (The container a foot away!)
- A soda can in the trash can. (Again, with the recycle bin the container right next door)
- An empty classroom with all the lights aglow on a sunny day. (Many of our rooms had 2 walls of windows)
It was a great way of keeping the kids sharp with their eagle eyes on the lookout for making good recycling and environmental decisions.
In that classic sense....here's this week's trip to my grocery store.
Can you tell what's wrong with this picture?
Riddle me this, Batman...
1. Why do peppers need to be individually-wrapped in plastic? They have an outer-covering which does a nice job of protecting it.
2. Looking closely at their shiny plastic outer-wear: these are organic peppers. Why spend the time, money, effort, & nutritional value to grow organic peppers... to then spend the time, money, effort, and nutritional de-value to coat them in BPA plastic sheen?
I shake my head!
Photo from my camera, "What's Wrong With this Picture" illustration created at canva.com