“Green schools” and trainee programs for young “ecopreneurs” will sensitize the smallest ones for the unique ecosystem they live in and where biodiversity should be protected. The “green school” should serve as a model of sustainable societies and show how sustainable treatment of natural resources can be granted.
The children will design the places to be taught in, in order to save resources naturally and use them effectively. Nature will become the classroom and force innovative learning activities outside. School gardens are being designed and developed in order to teach children and parishioners about healthy alimentation, serving as place to learn more about plants and herbs at the same time.
Help children in Nepal to learn how important biodiversity and sustainable resources are with only 25 euros.
1) Nepal belongs to the less developed countries of the world. Each second child is undernourished.
2) Each third Nepalese survives with less than one US dollar a day.
3) Working in agriculture is often considered to be less valuable by the younger population and therefore they cannot understand how important it is to protect natural resources and biodiversity.