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Educational Outreach: Secondary (High) Schools and Universities
Feedback from the students of Worthington Kilbourne High School, Columbus, Ohio - September 28, 2006

Student - 10


  • Tigers are endangered and are likely to die out. Of the eight subspecies of tigers, only five remain. Loss of habitat, poaching, and the production of tiger related products have all led to endangerment of tigers.
  • It is not enough just to save tigers. All of the environment needs protection.
  • Local people slash and burn for farms and pastures. Also, they harvest all the wood which leads to further deforestation. India is becoming desert, and this will harm not only wildlife but also the people of India.
  • Everyone can make a difference. You have to use media to raise awareness about the problem. TO save our Earth we need to teach local people alternative methods and get government to enforce bans on tigers related products more strictly.


I have to admit that even before Mr. Marr spoke to us, I thought I know what I was in for. I thought I would be stuck with some humorless, whiney, anti-corporation environmentalist go on for a 90-miniute rant blaming our government and our wasteful ignorant society for destroying the world. Luckily those judgments I made were way off target.

Mr. Marr was not only passionate, witty, and interesting, he was also quite rational and reasonable. He really sought out the roots of our environmental problems rather than picking a scapegoat such as logging companies. The roots of the problem do not lie in some global corporate conspiracy, but rather out of necessity of poor developing nations. It is not an evil CEO actively seeking the destruction of the environment, but rather just all the developing peoples of the world doing what they can to survive.

However, he was not only bearing the bad news about the environment. He was not trying to pour the blame on to these people. Mr. Marr was looking to try to help them to correct those problems.

The fact that Mr. Marr was being proactive about the dangers facing our environment is what I respect about him most. Whether he was bring alternative energy ideas to a village, raising awareness through the media, fighting for better customs control, or making presentations in classroom, he was attempting to resolve these issues.

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