What could be better than a great lip dub? A great lipdub that’s all about protecting the planet.

By Rachelle Delaney, editorial production coordinator

This one comes to us from David Thompson Secondary School in Vancouver. The school's Green Team created a Biocycle program, in which students use recycled bicycles and carts to collect community compost. The collected compost gets stored in a giant composter until it's ready to use for growing food. At this point, the students re-distribute it to the school and community. The entire project operates with no carbon footprint.

The students decided to celebrate and promote the program with an awesome lip dub. Take a look at the video they cooked up.

November 16, 2011

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