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That's my Lunch!
I made a pretend lunch. My lunch had lays potato chips, Milk, Bell Peppers, Whole Wheat Bread, Hamburger Meat, and Apples. All of these came fro different places in the U.S, I'm organic so I picks things grown in Washington, it took 1,628 miles to get from different place in Washington to our grocery stor for my lunch. When we convert that to carbon dioxide, it was 6,028.6 ponds of co2!! One pound of co2 can fill a whole classroom. That's one pound. We converted our carbon dioxide to elephants, for those of you who can't picture 6,000 classrooms full of co2, we created .6 carbon elephants with our lunch. To get this, find out where your lunch came from, find the miles, multiply the miles by 3.7 to get the co2 and then divide the co2 by 10,000 to get how many carbon elephants your lunch cost you!! How many carbon elephants did you create?
Article posted March 22, 2012 at 11:18 AM •
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