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Do you think it is possible for one person to change the world?

- Suggested by Hannah, 14, Toronto.
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A message from Madeleine

I think one person could change the world just by putting one thing in the bin.

Madeleine , 8, Birmingham

A message from tisha

I think tv is really bad for kids.But i do think learning is.

tisha , 12, washington

A message from sophie

i think 1 person could change the world by inventing new things!!!!!!!!!!!!!

sophie , 12,

A message from mizzcullins

how can all the damaging hurricanes be prevented?

mizzcullins , 14, blytheville

A message from tiarha

it could be possible all u need is composting,recycling and garbadge bins..

tiarha , 9, desronto

A message from Lillian

Yes and no.It depends on how you try to change the world.

Lillian , 10, Hobart

A message from Lillian

Yes and no.It depends on how you try to change the world.

Lillian , 10, Hobart

A message from Jordan

Well, I really don't think that one person could change the whole world. A person might be able to do little change in the world, but not drasticly change it. They might be able to invent something, but I don't think they could chinge the world.

Jordan , 11, Orange

A message from sydney

yes

sydney , 6, bartow

A message from Yingzi

Of course. Even the little things help the world to become better, walking to school, cleaning up the beach and stuff like that all contribute to reversing the damage already done. If we all tried, it would work. As for one person, it takes many ones to make many. Sending out eco flyers etc, are like a whatyamacallit cyclethingy. One person starts, then the whole world joins in.

Yingzi , 10, Auckland

 

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