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In the It’s Your Planet—Love It! Leadership Journey, girls learn about environmental topics such as clean water and air, noise pollution, global warming, soil contamination, and agricultural processes. Each Journey is packed with current environmental information and offers ways to improve life for everyone on the planet.

Level Journey
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In Between Earth and Sky, Daisies learn about nature by visiting parks, talking to experts, and making origami butterflies. Then they take action to protect the Earth and help their communities by doing art projects, planting trees, or creating a garden.
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Visiting lakes, learning about water quality, and hearing from experts are on the agenda for Brownies in WOW! Wonders of Water. They put theory into practice by making informative posters, promoting recycling at school, and planting low-water gardens.
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As part of GET MOVING! Juniors go for nature walks, interview power-use experts, and conduct energy audits of local buildings. They take action by launching carpools, working to dim the lights on city buildings, and promoting energy savings at school. 
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A wind farm, an environmental scientist, and experiments using wind teach girls about the air we breathe. Cadettes work together to complete Breathe! by planting an indoor garden, campaigning against smoking, and pushing for clean-air initiatives in their communities.
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Sow What? is all about food: how and where it’s grown, harvested, processed, distributed, and consumed, and why it matters. Seniors share their knowledge and host a farmers market, inspire others to eat locally, and plan a community vegetable garden.
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By identifying global environmental issues and creating visions for change, through Justice, Ambassadors work together to address food and land-use issues, improve food delivery systems, fight hunger in developing nations, and rediscover healthy eating traditions.
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