Dolcetta, along with Gabriele Capobianco, Davide Troiana and Jonathan Lazar, recently won the AWR International Ideas Competition with “Nursery Fields Forever”, a proposal that merges urban agriculture with early childhood education. This project offers three learning approaches: learning from nature, learn from technique and learn from practice.
The principles of the Maria Montessori Method of Education apply to everyone, even at home and there are no teaching materials available in the school method.According to Maria Montessori, the center of learning is the child himself, who, with his natural curiosity, explores and give even more ventilation to your need to learn if you have an appropriate, varied and stimulating environment at your disposal.
Does your neighborhood provide a green container for the collection of recyclable materials at home? Use it! Do you usually pass a recycling point? Get organized! If you only cover those basics - cans, bottles, newspapers, and magazines - you're already part of a vital green network - don't take your car to the corner store.
The first study on the contributions of ecosystems to humanity reflects that the capacity of nature to meet the needs of people is declining. The report ensures that within 30 years, more than 5 billion people - 7.6 billion currently live - will suffer from food insecurity, water pollution and increased coastal storms.
To end hunger in the world, all we need is just a 3-fold increase in agricultural production. However, that relatively minor push should be combined with a sea change in the way food is distributed around the world, scientists say.Eliminating hunger around the world is one of the nations' key sustainability goals. United, and yet in 2017, more than 821 million people around the world were undernourished.
Post-capitalist society must be based on the values of equality, solidarity, social justice, and must be deeply environmentalist. It must summon the future, building new social relationships, in which the human and not the merchandise mediate us, generating local solutions to global problems, building collective consciousness where the welfare of society is the main thing.
The text that follows was published at the end of May 2019, but the following months have been enough for the events to fully confirm its content and for it to acquire an explosive charge that - perhaps - it did not have at first. We are thus facing the media aggression of unprecedented violence and vulgarity that Greta Thunberg has endured for weeks, with the declared aim of irremediably discrediting her first and then -and above all- the increasingly radical and increasingly youth movement. that is inspired by your example!
We are in the age of electronics, no one doubts that. But have you noticed that we still use a lot of paper? In the United States alone, about 70 million tons of paper and cardboard are used each year, according to the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Fortunately, paper and paper products such as cardboard can be recycled to a greater extent than any other waste product, depending on the country it can reach a recycling rate of up to 70 percent or more.
More than a set of agricultural practices, agroecology is deeply political and includes many aspects related to food sovereignty and farmers' rights. Small-scale farmers: peasants, pastoralists and non-industrial fishermen - who make up what the ETC Group called the “peasant food web” - they already provide 70 of the world's food, using only 25 of the agricultural resources.
According to a global study, few Mexicans are interested in doing something to take care of the earth, for example, buying ecological products, made of recycled material, that do not affect the environment, etc. The data consultancy Kantar carried out a global study called Who Cares, Who Does? where it is mentioned that 30 of the families around the world are active or believers regarding their concern for the environment, but only half of this group acts on it.
Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg and British writer, activist and Guardian columnist George Monbiot produced a short to highlight the need to protect, restore and use nature to combat the climate crisis. “We are living in the beginning of an extinction massive.
Environmental activists want to force political leaders to take urgent action in the face of the climate emergency. Just 12 months ago, news that hundreds of environmental activists had been arrested for engaging in peaceful civil disobedience would have seemed unthinkable. Now, as evidence of the climate crisis mounts, it is becoming the new norm.
The Mayan population for their subsistence intervened in nature, eliminating forests to create a network of wetlands in order to do agriculture. This activity may have contributed to increasing CO2 and methane emissions. Like many of the civilizations that were increasing in population and in the face of inclement weather such as droughts or floods, the Mayans acted accordingly by converting forests into large-scale and complex agricultural structures through which water circulated to ensure the irrigation of crops.
Elsol is a great source of energy that we have in abundance in our country. We can capture and store it using collectors and solar panels, also called solar panels or solar panels. Photovoltaic solar panels serve to produce electricity, while thermal solar panels serve to heat Sanitary Hot Water (ACS).
From cutting meat consumption to repairing old clothes, here are some tips for students who want to go green in college When the university doors opened in September, an estimated 6 million people worldwide took to the streets in a historic week of climate action.
From the "insect apocalypse" to the "biological annihilation" of 60 percent of all wild animals in the past 50 years, life slips through every planetary boundary that could prevent it from experiencing a "Great Death" a But the atrocity that unfolds in the Amazon, and throughout the Earth, does not have a geological analog: to call it the “sixth extinction event” is to make what is an active and organized eradication look like a kind of passive accident. .
Biodegradable or compostable plastic packaging may seem progressively green, but a new report explains why they are not. As anti-plastic sentiment has grown in recent years, many corporations and retailers have responded by making grandiose promises to improve sustainability.
“We are in the first place of the climate emergency. Sandy, Maria, Irma, Dorian - my fellow plaintiffs and I are directly affected every day. " Said Vic Barret: A 20-year-old plaintiff in Juliana v. The United States, speaking at a press conference last week, July 2019 was the hottest month on Earth.
The figure of Greta Thunberg is part of a polarized global confrontation and, at the same time, her speech contributed to the mobilization and awareness about the climate crisis and the future of the planet. Some are fascinated with her: they see her as a heroine , as a Joan of Arc of modern times or as a Mafalda, a political girl who defends the preservation of planet Earth and who seems more intelligent than her parents.
As a species, we can say a lot about this issue, but we hardly have the exclusive rights to pain - we have certainly seen a dog caring for a wound. Or a screaming deer in distress. But many animals suffer in silence, and we avoid asking them how they feel, so they don't spoil dinner.
Due to global warming, the oceans are becoming warmer, more acidic and less productive, and the worst thing is that some of these effects are “irreversible” according to the latest Special Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). Scientists warn that it is necessary to initiate large-scale and coordinated actions in the face of the climate crisis that is causing permanent changes in the sea and the cryosphere.