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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 - 41


  • Deforestation in India: Mr. Marr told us that the villagers were using up too much wood for building and fuel. The land around the villages had been deforested, and the villagers had to hike 5 miles for more wood. He showed the villagers alternative energy technologies, such as biogas and solar ovens.
  • Tiger population: It has been decreasing significantly, due to deforestation and poaching. The solution to would be to rely on other resources and kill off the black market for tigers and tiger parts.
  • Over eating and overgrazing of cows: There are 35 million cows eaten in America each year. The land taken up to raise cows could be used for other things, such as nature. The living condition of the cows is also dismal.


The information that Mr. Marr gave was interesting and important. The way he showed the slides of tiger populations and habitat decreasing over the years is very effective.

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