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Let’s Go Green
Importance Of Environmental
Education
What Is Environmental Education?
Environmental education is a process that allows individuals to
explore environmental issues, engage in problem solving, and take
action to improve the environment. As a result, individuals develop
a deeper understanding of environmental issues and have the skills
to make informed and responsible decisions.
Goals Objectives And Aims Of
Environmental Education
The goals of Environmental Education are:
1. To improve the quality of Environment.
2. To create awareness among the people on environmental problems and
conservation.
3. To create an atmosphere so that people participate in decision- making
and develop capabilities to evaluate the developmental programs.
The Objectives of the Environmental
Education:
Awareness
Environmental
Education
KnowledgeParticipation
Skills Attitudes
Aims of Environmental Education
•The basic aim of environment education is to provide
different groups of people as well as graduates in a variety of
professional fields with the knowledge needed to develop a
sense of responsibility towards the environment and the
rational utilization of its riches.
•It also aims to make of this knowledge and skills to preserve,
conserve and utilize the environment in a sustainable manner
for the benefit of present and future generations
Importance of Environmental
Education
1. Increase student engagement in science.
2. Improves student achievement in core subject areas.
3. Helps address “nature deficit disorder”
Green Tips to Save Mother Earth .
•Plant native flowers and trees in your backyard.
•Walk, bike, and carpool. Support alternative transportation and
drive less.
•Recycle all computer diskettes, CD discs, videos and batteries.
Instead of using regular batteries, shift to less hazardous,
rechargeable Nickel-Metal Hydride batteries.
•Don't buy plastic bottled water if you know your tap water is safe;
better to use a filter if water is unsafe. Transporting water from its
source to the supermarket shelves is an expensive waste of
resources.
•Recycle your aluminium, glass, and plastic products, as well as
newspapers and mixed paper.
The Three R's of the Environment
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
Reduce
Reducing the amount of waste you produce is the best way to help
the environment. There are lots of ways to do this.
For example:
Instead of buying something you're not going to use very often,
see if you can borrow it from someone you know.
Cars use up energy and cause pollution. Some ways to reduce
the environmental damage caused by cars include carpooling with
friends, walking, taking the bus, or riding your bike instead of
driving.
Bring cloth sacks to the store with you instead of taking home
new paper or plastic bags. You can use these sacks again and
again. You'll be saving some trees!
Plastic containers and reusable lunch bags are great ways to take
your lunch to school without creating waste.
Coffee cans, shoe boxes, margarine containers, and other types
of containers people throw away can be used to store things or
can become fun arts and crafts projects. Use your imagination!
Don't throw out clothes, toys, furniture, and other things that
you don't want anymore. Somebody else can probably use them.
You can bring them to a centre that collects donations, give them
to friends, or even have a yard sale.
Reuse
Recycle
Recycle Symbol
• Many of the things we use every day, like paper bags,
soda cans, and milk cartons, are made out of materials
that can be recycled.
• In addition to recycling the things you buy, you can
help the environment by buying products that contain
recycled materials.
Women’s Education In
Protecting The Environment
Women in Agricultural and Soil Conservation
 All over the world, women contributed to agricultural
production. They produce more than half of all the food that is
grown (FAO, 1996). In sub-Sahara African and the Caribbean,
women produce 80% of basic food stuffs, in Asia they provide
fifty to ninety percent of the labour force for rice cultivation and
60% are involved in farming in Adamawa State Nigeria as
reported by Adebayo et al (2005).
 Women roles in agriculture as listed by Levingo (1987) include;
production and distribution, planting and cultivation, weeding,
hoeing, harvesting and storage.
Women in Water Resources Management
 Women are always at the centre of the management of the
communal water resources and house hold water requirement
 Women are always in charge of the control and management
of communal tap or water points. At times, they lock up the taps
to prevent children from damaging the water pipes.
 Women provide water for their various domestic activities in
rural area and the search for and carriage of water is solely
women responsibility. To procure water for their various
domestic activities, rural women do track several Kilometres' of
distance.
Women in Solid Waste Disposal
 This present many challenges, particularly in the large cities
whereby the amount of solid waste are increasing faster that the
growth of population. Solid wastes are dumped at dumping site
or undeveloped land.
 Women because they are closer to the environment, engage in
environmental management by cleaning the environment and
keeping it clean especially in terms of garbage disposal. Giving
the health hazard of garbage, women see to its regular disposal
at the community level by doing it themselves.
Conclusion
 Women should be encouraged to participate in committees on
environmental protection, programmes and policies to address
gender imbalances in decision making. Women access to land and
other resources should be ensured and not undermined.
 Women education and access to education for girls should be
seen as a policy priority. Educated women will contribute more
significantly to bringing the gap between environment and
development.
 Women should be allowed to participate at the local, regional,
national and international levels on environmental issues.
Presented By:
Anurag Pandey
Aprajita Singh
Akrisht Singh
Anurag Vachaswa
Ayush Bhargava

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Environmental Education

  • 1. Let’s Go Green Importance Of Environmental Education
  • 2. What Is Environmental Education? Environmental education is a process that allows individuals to explore environmental issues, engage in problem solving, and take action to improve the environment. As a result, individuals develop a deeper understanding of environmental issues and have the skills to make informed and responsible decisions.
  • 3. Goals Objectives And Aims Of Environmental Education The goals of Environmental Education are: 1. To improve the quality of Environment. 2. To create awareness among the people on environmental problems and conservation. 3. To create an atmosphere so that people participate in decision- making and develop capabilities to evaluate the developmental programs.
  • 4. The Objectives of the Environmental Education: Awareness Environmental Education KnowledgeParticipation Skills Attitudes
  • 5. Aims of Environmental Education •The basic aim of environment education is to provide different groups of people as well as graduates in a variety of professional fields with the knowledge needed to develop a sense of responsibility towards the environment and the rational utilization of its riches. •It also aims to make of this knowledge and skills to preserve, conserve and utilize the environment in a sustainable manner for the benefit of present and future generations
  • 6. Importance of Environmental Education 1. Increase student engagement in science. 2. Improves student achievement in core subject areas. 3. Helps address “nature deficit disorder”
  • 7. Green Tips to Save Mother Earth . •Plant native flowers and trees in your backyard. •Walk, bike, and carpool. Support alternative transportation and drive less. •Recycle all computer diskettes, CD discs, videos and batteries. Instead of using regular batteries, shift to less hazardous, rechargeable Nickel-Metal Hydride batteries. •Don't buy plastic bottled water if you know your tap water is safe; better to use a filter if water is unsafe. Transporting water from its source to the supermarket shelves is an expensive waste of resources. •Recycle your aluminium, glass, and plastic products, as well as newspapers and mixed paper.
  • 8. The Three R's of the Environment Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Reduce Reducing the amount of waste you produce is the best way to help the environment. There are lots of ways to do this. For example: Instead of buying something you're not going to use very often, see if you can borrow it from someone you know. Cars use up energy and cause pollution. Some ways to reduce the environmental damage caused by cars include carpooling with friends, walking, taking the bus, or riding your bike instead of driving.
  • 9. Bring cloth sacks to the store with you instead of taking home new paper or plastic bags. You can use these sacks again and again. You'll be saving some trees! Plastic containers and reusable lunch bags are great ways to take your lunch to school without creating waste. Coffee cans, shoe boxes, margarine containers, and other types of containers people throw away can be used to store things or can become fun arts and crafts projects. Use your imagination! Don't throw out clothes, toys, furniture, and other things that you don't want anymore. Somebody else can probably use them. You can bring them to a centre that collects donations, give them to friends, or even have a yard sale. Reuse
  • 10. Recycle Recycle Symbol • Many of the things we use every day, like paper bags, soda cans, and milk cartons, are made out of materials that can be recycled. • In addition to recycling the things you buy, you can help the environment by buying products that contain recycled materials.
  • 11. Women’s Education In Protecting The Environment Women in Agricultural and Soil Conservation  All over the world, women contributed to agricultural production. They produce more than half of all the food that is grown (FAO, 1996). In sub-Sahara African and the Caribbean, women produce 80% of basic food stuffs, in Asia they provide fifty to ninety percent of the labour force for rice cultivation and 60% are involved in farming in Adamawa State Nigeria as reported by Adebayo et al (2005).  Women roles in agriculture as listed by Levingo (1987) include; production and distribution, planting and cultivation, weeding, hoeing, harvesting and storage.
  • 12. Women in Water Resources Management  Women are always at the centre of the management of the communal water resources and house hold water requirement  Women are always in charge of the control and management of communal tap or water points. At times, they lock up the taps to prevent children from damaging the water pipes.  Women provide water for their various domestic activities in rural area and the search for and carriage of water is solely women responsibility. To procure water for their various domestic activities, rural women do track several Kilometres' of distance.
  • 13. Women in Solid Waste Disposal  This present many challenges, particularly in the large cities whereby the amount of solid waste are increasing faster that the growth of population. Solid wastes are dumped at dumping site or undeveloped land.  Women because they are closer to the environment, engage in environmental management by cleaning the environment and keeping it clean especially in terms of garbage disposal. Giving the health hazard of garbage, women see to its regular disposal at the community level by doing it themselves.
  • 14. Conclusion  Women should be encouraged to participate in committees on environmental protection, programmes and policies to address gender imbalances in decision making. Women access to land and other resources should be ensured and not undermined.  Women education and access to education for girls should be seen as a policy priority. Educated women will contribute more significantly to bringing the gap between environment and development.  Women should be allowed to participate at the local, regional, national and international levels on environmental issues.
  • 15. Presented By: Anurag Pandey Aprajita Singh Akrisht Singh Anurag Vachaswa Ayush Bhargava