step by step 2000第二册unit09 a

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Unit 9 Everybody Can Help the Environment

Part I Warming up

Tape-script: Part I

1. Buy fresh food that doesn't need a lot of packaging.

2. Try to buy "organic" fruit and vegetables from farmers who

don't use chemicals.

3. Save as much water as possible.

4. Use products that won't stay forever in the earth or sea when you throw them away.

5. Use bottles more than once or take them to a bottle bank.

6. Try to save paper. Also, buy and use recycled paper as often as possible.

7. Avoid "throw-away" products.

8. Make sure that your family and friends use unleaded petrol in their cars.

9. Don't buy products (fur or ivory, for example) made from rare or protected species.

10. Use public transportation as often as possible.

11. If you're buying wood, don't choose hardwood from tropical rainforests.

12. Look for aerosols which haven't got any CFCs in them.

13. Don't buy hamburgers or pizzas in plastic boxes which contain CFCs.

14. Use batteries as little as possible. It takes 50 times more energy to make them than they produce.

15. Don't leave on electric lights, TV, hi-fi, etc., if you're not using them.

16. Find out more about Conservation issues in your area. Are there any woods or fields in danger, for example?

17. Try to throw away at least 25% less rubbish.

18. Help old people in your area to insulate their homes. This saves energy and helps to keep them warm in winter.

19. Visit any local nature reserves or zoos and talk to the people who run them.
感谢大耳朵网友"iamkilo"提供听力原文 Unit 9 Everybody Can Help the Environment Part I Warming up Tape-script: Part I 1. Buy fresh food that doesn't need a lot of packaging. 2. Try to buy "organic" fruit and vegetables from farmers who don't use chemicals. 3. Save as much water as possible. 4. Use products that won't stay forever in the earth or sea when you throw them away. 5. Use bottles more than once or take them to a bottle bank. 6. Try to save paper. Also, buy and use recycled paper as often as possible. 7. Avoid "throw-away" products. 8. Make sure that your family and friends use unleaded petrol in their cars. 9. Don't buy products (fur or ivory, for example) made from rare or protected species. 10. Use public transportation as often as possible. 11. If you're buying wood, don't choose hardwood from tropical rainforests. 12. Look for aerosols which haven't got any CFCs in them. 13. Don't buy hamburgers or pizzas in plastic boxes which contain CFCs. 14. Use batteries as little as possible. It takes 50 times more energy to make them than they produce. 15. Don't leave on electric lights, TV, hi-fi, etc., if you're not using them. 16. Find out more about Conservation issues in your area. Are there any woods or fields in danger, for example? 17. Try to throw away at least 25% less rubbish. 18. Help old people in your area to insulate their homes. This saves energy and helps to keep them warm in winter. 19. Visit any local nature reserves or zoos and talk to the people who run them.
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