One sunny day there was a girl called Ella. She had a good life until she was three but then her mum and dad broke up. She was born in England but now she lives in South Africa with her step dad.The next morning, Ella was watching the news and there was a vast storm coming! A few hours later, the storm stopped and she went for a walk. When she was walking to the cafe, there were so many plastic bottles. There were like twenty! I raced back home to tell mum. Mum told me about climate change. I used to think, ‘does it make any difference to me’. I now know it affected us all… I was horrified! A couple of days later it stopped – yay! Me and my mum were so happy but my friend was not happy. She hates happiness, but I don’t care. But we had a party yay and 1 minute later I was famous.
but does it make any difference to me? One day I was walking down the beach when I saw a group of trucks that were dumping hundreds of bits of trash and plastic. So I went up to them and said, “what are you doing?” and then they started chasing me for no reason. I ran home and called the police department. They shouted,”What? I’ll be right there.” I told them they started chasing me, so I ran home. They said, “We will be right there.” and I was shocked what they did and they said, “Okay.” Before I could say hi, they were there and they got arrested for about 80 years. I’m not too sure, but it was definitely around 80 years or so.
…but does make a different to me?… I think it’s effecting everyone but if we carry on cutting down trees, it is going to get worse. What’s even worse is that every day people buy drinks and throw away the plastic bottle. This is killing the environment. If you leave the lights on and leave the room, then you’re wasting the electric so I think you should start looking after the environment.
”But does it make any difference to me?” I asked looking confused. ”…hum…I don’t know,” replied mum.
”Will it happen in the future, dad? I said annoyed that mum didn’t say to me why.
”You should hear the news, it is bad”, dad whispered in my ear. That moment I ran into the living room as quick as a flash of light and watched the news. The news reporter said, ”We are messing up our home planet and the blue ocean is loaded with things that should be in the recycling bin so stop throwing out plastic.” So I stopped throwing things out…
One day a 10 year old boy hated the world. Thankfully I love the planet so I look after it like a sick person. Every day I saw him throwing plastic bottles and crisp wrappers everywhere! So on Saturday evening, I said to him, “Stop throwing rubbish away. If you keep doing that, the world might change forever!”
“But does it make any difference to me? NO!” the boy said, shouting as loud as thunder. The greedy boy, with chocolate all over his shirt, gave me a moody face and stormed off. The next day, I made a poster about saving the world. I printed 50 of them and put them all over the city. Suddenly, I saw everyone putting rubbish in the bin. It was a miracle!