Lara Carolina da Silva Oliveira, Portugal, 12 years old Nurse Lurdes Silva on the front line, gives straight answers to some important questions about COVID – 19 and explains why our personal […]
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This year, our young Eco reporters of Primary school “Radoje Cizmovic”, Niksic, Montenegro have celebrated Earth Day once again.
Topic: My planet in one photo.
Aim of the activity: To preserve the ecological stability of nature, the quantity and quality of natural resources.
Portugal is currently in quarantine due to the coronavirus, which has created chaos worldwide. Despite having to stay in his forties, it seems to be something simple, it becomes a harsh reality for which society has woken up and has shown difficulties in dealing with this new challenge that has been posed to us.
However, this new reality has revealed signs that some pollution indicators have decreased dramatically, motivated by the slowdown in industrial production and mass tourism. However, there is an aspect that is in the minds of many, the excessive exposure to external dependence on essential products. In light of this, there are small solutions that could make our society more sustainable. Some of these solutions include having a vegetable garden at home or even a chicken, which could alleviate the frenzy that causes hoarding acts that we can all easily observe.
To those who may not know me, I’m Kristin, also known as “The Sassy Zoologist” and have been a YRE Alumni for almost 7 years now. The journey has been nothing, but […]
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