The inter-connectivity of life must be taught at a young age so that biodiversity – the variety of flora and fauna – will flourish leading to sustainability and sustainable development, said an educationist in Dubai.
The learning is going to be achieved through a “re-framing” in such a way that young minds are not only going to understand but more importantly inculcate within them that they are intrinsic to the ecosystem through which life at least thrives, Bret Girven further said on Sunday.
The Arbor School (Dubai) principal explained eco-literacy, adding: “An eco-literate student (knows and understands) that all living things in an ecosystem are interconnected through a network of relationships that depend on the web of life to be sustainable.”
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September 21, 2020