Perfect Protectors

Preserving our precious ecosystems

Student Project

Social Purpose:

Current Status:

Pitched Idea

Project Team:

Kaysiah, Ehva

Problem Statement

How might we protect animals that are losing their beautiful homes?


Customer / Problem

Housing development leads to the deforestation of an area to make room for infrastructure. When people cut down trees, animals lose their homes. Animals like bees won’t have anywhere for their hives, but we rely on bees to keep our ecosystems functioning. If they haven’t already died from losing their
homes, without the plants animals don’t have food to eat. The loss of wildlife in areas where housing development is taking place ultimately has a significant impact on our wider ecosystem.


Solution

Our solution is to construct homes for animals made from recycled and reusable materials. These animal shelters would serve as a safe haven for displaced animals, and would also provide food and water catered to the species specific region. We want to take every measure to protect animals in order to preserve our precious ecosystems.

a cardboard birdhouse prototype



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Program

Coomera River State School

Region


State

Queensland

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