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Biodiversity presentation 2011
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  • 1. 3 O FO R UM BIODIVERSIDADE E SUSTENTABILIDADE 25 de Agosto de 2.011 Conexão com a Natureza: a Historia, Ciência e Educação Douglas B. Trent
  • 2. Tangara seledon saira-sete-cores
  • 3. ADD (deficiência de atenção) Violência na escola prisão Falta de memória, concentração Inteligência e natureza Noticias de medo no EUA
  • 4. http://www.childrenandnature.org/
  • 5.
    • 80,000 a 60,000 mil anos em natureza
    • 30 anos de desconex ão
  • 6. Dr. Stephen R. Keller “A brincar em natureza, particularmente nos anos media dos crianças (10 a 12 anos), apareça de ser um tempo bem importante para desenvolver as capacidades de ser criativos, de resolver problemas, e desenvolvimento emocional e intelectual.” Kellert, Stephen R. "Nature and Childhood Development." In Building for Life: Designing and Understanding the Human-Nature Connection. Washington, D.C.: Island Press, 2005.
  • 7.
    • Dr. Simon Bell e colegas com o OPENspace centro de pesquisa no UK examinou para 10 anos o relacionamentos entre área verdes e a qualidade de vida. Eles acharam que com a conexão com a natureza, áreas beneficiados eram saúde, bem estar, valores sociais e comunitários, e planejamento e desenho.
    • Bell, S., Hamilton, V., Montarzino, A., Rothnie, H., Travlou, P., & Alves, S. (2008). Greenspace and quality of life: a critical literature review. Greenspace Scotland.
  • 8.
    • O American Institutes for Research conduto um estudo documentando a importância de uma programa de educação ambiental de uma semana no outdoors. Comparando os estudantes que tomaram parte deste programa com um grupo de controle que no tinham experiência no outdoors, os resultados era particularmente significante. Os quem estavam no programa de educação ambiental outdoor tinha 27% mais expertise de ciências, um aumento em cooperação e habilidades em resolução de conflitos. Também ganharam mais auto-estima, ganhos em comportamento positivo ambiental, em habilidade de resolver problemas, motivo para aprender, e comportamento positivo na aula.
    • “ Effects of Outdoor Education Programs for Children in California.” American Institutes for Research:
    • Palo Alto, CA: 2005.
  • 9. Dra. Mary Rivkin de Universidade de Maryland mostrou com pesquisa a importância de trazer áreas naturais nas propriedade das escolas para ter lugares de conectar com a natureza. Quando foi publicado no 1997, a EUA tinha um movimento cultural de ter projetos de habitat nas escolas para ter lugares de aprender natureza, integral nas currículos, e como um saída para os professores, estudantes e a comunidade em geral. Rivkin, Mary. “The Schoolyard Habitat Movement: What It Is and Why Children Need It.” Early Childhood San Francisco Bay Area Hosts First International Green Schoolyard Conference www. greenschoolyards .org
  • 10.
    • The Outdoor Child Should be an In dicator Species for London
    • Rethinking Childhood - July 25, 2011
 By Tim Gill
    • Sowing the Seeds: Reconnecting children with nature calls for the outdoor child to be seen as an In dicator species. The report, written for the London Sustainable Development Commission (the body that advises the Mayor of London on sustainability) argues that, just as with salmon or house sparrows, the presence of children out of doors should be seen as a measure of the quality of neighbourhoods, London Boroughs and the capital as a whole. The report offers a new vision for London children, calling for the Mayor and key agencies to ensure that children under 12 benefit from connection with nature.
  • 11.
    • Doctor’s Orders: Get Outside
    • Washington Post May 19, 2011
 By Janice D'Arcy
    • Forget Tylenol. Your pediatrician might prescribe a walk in the woods. The National Park Service initiative called p r escribing parks m a y soon arrive locally. T h e idea is to involve the medical community in encouraging families to spend time outdoors, said Dr. Robert Zarr, president of the D.C. chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics. From a health perspective, Zarr said there are valid reasons for prescribing nature. His top three: To combat asthma , which is often exacerbated by indoor pollutants; to lessen some of the symptoms of Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder , which has been shown to respond well to outdoor play and, of course, to combat the modern scourge I wrote about last week, childhood obesity .
  • 12.
    • Obama Administration Promotes America’s Great Outdoors Program
    • Associated Press/Washington Post
    • February 16, 2011
 By Matthew Daly
    • President Barack Obama is promoting a new effort to protect public lands and boost conservation. Obama said it is important to conserve public lands, even in tough economic times, and said the new "America's Great Outdoors" program will encourage more Americans to enjoy the outdoors.
  • 13.
    • The Sun Is the Best Optometrist
    • By SANDRA AAMODT and SAM WANG
    • Published: June 20, 2011 New York Times
    • WHY is nearsightedness so common in the modern world? In the early 1970s, 25 percent of Americans were nearsighted; three decades later, the rate had risen to 42 percent, and similar increases have occurred around the world.
    • In this case, the rapid increase in nearsightedness appears to be due to a characteristic of modern life: more and more time spent indoors under artificial lights.
  • 14.  
  • 15. Megadiversidade Mundial IUCN
    • BRASIL
    • Indonesia
    • Columbia
    • Australia
    • Mexico
  • 16. Lobo Guara Chrysocyon brachyurus  
  • 17. sa í -azul Dacnis cayana
  • 18. Tamandua bandeira Myrmecophaga tridactyla
  • 19.  
  • 20. Capivara Hydrochaeris hydrochaeris
  • 21. Onça pintada Panthera onca
  • 22. Obrigado! Douglas B. Trent [email_address] +31 2515-3382 +31 9134-3833

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