EE_through NEC

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Published on December 6, 2009

Author: nadharaiya

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Environment EducationThrough Nature Education Camps : Environment EducationThrough Nature Education Camps Dr. Nishith Dharaiya Asst. Professor Department of Life Sciences HNG University, Patan Environment : Environment Our Surrounding! The sum total of all the conditions and influences that affect the development and life of organisms. Every organism lives in their own environment. For us, Environment consists of Air, Water and Land. Our existence on the Earth is depend up on the maintenance of symbiotic equilibrium with our environment. Why Study Environment??? : Why Study Environment??? Environmental studies deals with every issue that affects a living organism. It is applied science, as it seeks practical answers to the increasingly important question of how to make human civilization sustainable on the Earth’s resources. Integration of all the field of knowledge. Essential to study to overcome “Environmental Crisis” Slide 4: Major Components of Environment Air Water Soil Atmosphere : Virtual Ocean of Air Hydrosphere : The surface of Earth filled with any form of Water Lithosphere : Outer shell of the Earth composed of crust and the rigid outer most mantle Biosphere : The place on earth where life exists Slide 5: Nature Education Camps Nature Education Camps are generally organized to create awareness among the local community, who are the actual stakeholders. It is a key component of environmental education process. That brings us more close to the nature and its all compartments. The most important in such camps is… selection of site selection of Target group Resource person Slide 6: Traditional Methods Site specific Target specific Uniform Schedule Monotonous One or Two resource person Slide 7: Advanced Methods Diversity in Site according to Ecosystem Designing the curriculum according to Target Schedules should be diverse and flexible More interaction Dynamicity and enthusiasm in RP Slide 8: What we can Improve? Hands on Training Make them interactive Apply Audio-Visuals Use of IT skills Slide 9: Requirements Trained and High-tech Resource persons Flexibility Diversification in site, curriculums and componants Good and Advanced equipments Slide 10: In puts Hands on training Participant Presentations Test Family Camps Awards and Gifts Selection of Best NEC of the Year Best Resource Person Slide 11: Out puts Feed back Call them as a Volunteer/ Resource Person Follow ups Involve in other activities like censuses, monitoring Building of Network and Interest Groups Development of Skills Slide 12: Challenges More funds Man Power Skilled persons Handling of Notorious Groups Proper Liason Lack of Involvemetn of Local People Slide 13: Known Species 12,000 species of amphibians and reptiles 4,000 species of bacteria 4,500 species of mammals 5,000 species of viruses 10,000 species of birds 22,000 species of fish 70,000 species of fungi 270,000 species of plants 400,000 species of invertebrates (Without insects) 960,000 species of insects, approximately 600,000 of which are beetles 24 Slide 14: Examples of Biodiversity Slide 15: Asiatic Wild Ass- The species only found in India The Pride of Asia- Asiatic Lion : The Pride of Asia- Asiatic Lion A Lioness on Hunt…. : A Lioness on Hunt…. Leopard : Leopard Sambar- The largest Deer : Sambar- The largest Deer Reptiles : Reptiles Ecosystems… : Ecosystems… Slide 22: Dr. Nishith Dharaiya Save wildlife for Our life

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