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Task1 * The types of information they use with example. * They use different type of information: * Verbal information:
This ministry has a specialist’s employee; they use them especially for students at primary school to spread awareness about preservation of the environment such as recycling of waste.
This is the best beautiful of communication to the children as they use cartoon characters. * Written information:
Such as brochures on environmental awareness and a forestation, newspapers and advertisement attached in the streets to publishing the environmental awareness in our society, for example, instruction for putting trash in places allocated to it, advice for recycling to preserve the environment, So everybody care on cleanliness of every where he / she go. * On-screen and Multimedia information:
They have got an advertisement and programs like, ads to motivate citizens about the cleanliness of the country or programs specialty for kids to educate them about cleanliness. * Web-based information:
They have got a web site on the internet to provide some information such as, there daily news and activities participated at schools, so people can take any information at any times from a web site of their Ministry of Municipality.

* The sources from which they get information. * External: * Government sources: For example, the ministry of municipal provides training courses for staff about how to publish environmental culture and how to get people’s minds to convince the importance of preserving environment. * Research: So by this way, the employees that working in this job have enough knowledge about environment, more trust in working and more benefit for our society such as they planting exotic trees, some of them benefit for medicine or insect repellent such as “ Alneel tree”. * Trade grouping: These…...

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