In recent years, young people have shown increasing interest in protecting the environment.
Too many educators and parents are now directing the next generation towards environmental awareness.
As Environmental Education (EE) in accordance with the wording of Hungerford, Peyton and Wilke is the process that will help people to gain knowledge of the environment and, above all, to be able and determined to have willingness to work, individually and collectively, to achieve and maintain a dynamic balance between quality of life and quality of the environment.
The environment of the IP is not only natural (flora, fauna, habitats, ecosystems, etc.). It’s thestructured environment (country architecture, settlements, technical projects, etc.), cultural environment (monuments, arts, customs and folk traditions etc.) and social environment (spatial organization, economy, etc.) . LP)
Specifically, the objectives of environmental education They are:
• Informing: individuals and social groups to be aware of the environment and its problems and to become aware.
• Knowledge: to understand through experience the problems of the environment and human-environment interaction.
• Awareness: to shape values and develop an interest in the environment and a willingness to actively participate in its improvement and protection.
• Skills: to acquire the skills needed to identify and solve environmental problems.
• Participation: to provide opportunities for action and active participation to solve environmental problems.
Some ideas to help teachers, parents, and children with environmental awareness.
Some Ideas for Teachers and Students
Adopt burnt forest areas as a classroom or school.
• Collect patient historical data and photos. Study their ancient and modern history.
• Visit and photograph these sites in cooperation with local Authorities and relevant authorities where possible.
• Ask the authorities to know what is going to happen immediately, but also in the future, to restore these areas.
• Make sure that reforestation and future forest protection are done properly and scientifically.
• Schedule informational events at school. If this is not possible, ask for your own visits to townhouses, prefectures and ministries to inform you.
• Look again to find out what happened from all that was said in the immediate future. If there is inaction, delay, or indifference from the Authorities, be sure to ask for reasons.
• Send students questions and opinions to all responsible and the Prime Minister.
• Be there whenever the responsible scientists or authorities ask for your help in reforestation.
• Don’t forget, if you find yourself in such a sacred purpose in the burnt forest, leaving some food for the suffering animals that are struggling as well as humans to survive.
Create the environment in your home
• Plant flowers on your balcony. Put your plan in their care.
• Plant and groom the flowers in the garden of your home or in the open space of your apartment building, along with other children.
• Make sure that the minimum free spaces are not used exclusively for car parking. Ask for room for flowers.
Build the environment in your neighborhood.
• Change habits. Don’t do what you see great people do. Don’t fly where the trash can be. Do not pollute the environment. It is not simple to change habits. It needs a fight. But you can do it.
• When you see someone in your neighborhood throwing trash and being indifferent to others, ask them why.
• Ask the Mayor to put in the trash bin and recycle bin for recycled materials.
• Claim to have a safe place in the neighborhood to play with your friends.
• Claim your rights to a human city as you can imagine.
• Suggest that children in your classroom, teacher, school and municipal authority adopt a square that you will visit frequently and take an active part in its maintenance and configuration. Leave your beneficial footprint where everyone who tries to breathe in this space will be happy to read it.
• Ask the competent authorities to provide the city’s road network with space for safe cycling.