Car Pollution

Leonardo / Oscar C


Problem: Car pollution is one of the biggest sources of pollution in the world, so we must try and take action to reduce car pollution.


Question / Concept: What is car pollution? (form)

How can we reduce the amount of car pollution? (responsibility)
How many people die from car pollution? (reflection)
Will low oil mean less car pollution? (connection)
What are the greenest fuels? (responsibility/change)
What will it be like with no fuel? (form/connection)
How much car pollution comes from SUV's? (change)

Inquiry Intos:


Research:

Car pollution is one of the biggest sources of pollution in the world.
We can reduce the amount of car pollution by, not using cars for short journeys, care for your vehicle and lighten up your car.
About 30,000 people die from car pollution each year in the US.
Yes because scientists have shown that the amount of car pollution created had dropped by 2%.
The greenest fuel is hydrogen because the only thing coming out of it is water and heat.
It will be chaos when we run out of fuel because of resource fights.
About 43% of all car pollution comes from SUV's.

Action Ideas:

Give out leaflets and tell our classmates to get their mum and dad to make there car greener.
Put up posters and advice people to buy a greener car (if they are thinking of buying a car).

Bibliography

http://www.environmental-protection.org.uk/transport/car-pollution/#wa642
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydrogen_vehicle