2014 training cycle 

Make the most of this training cycle addressed to educators and educational leaders on environmental aspects

Training is open and free and takes place ar the Temaikén Biopark.

You can participate in the whole cycle or opt for the most interesting activity for you. 

Renowned experts will share experiences and knowledge in the selected areas.

Enroll!

 

You may enroll online for each training day two weeks before the date. Enrollment will ensure your admission

Individual and free entry to the Temaikèn Biopark for such a training activity. Remember that you must fill out a new enrollment form to participate in each training day.

APRIL 5

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION: approaches and challenges

Has Environmental Education got an identity as a discipline? What are the conceptual, methodological and instrumental elements that constitute it as a discipline?

 

These are some of the questions that we will answer in the "reflection and learning day"  based on the tensions, dilemmas and potentialities of a heterogeneous and challenging area, which is in full development.

Lic. Guillermo Priotto

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may 17

Complex environment: 

Biodiversity and healthy food

Two simultaneous training activities.

Which will you enroll in?

Biodiversity: an ecosystemic perspective

We propose a space to think about how nature is inside us all and presents us with a diversity of animal and vegetal species on which we have exerted an enormous influence.

Laura Cymlich

from land to table:food and environment

Where does the current agrifood system come from and where does it go?

A space to rethink the complex relationship between our food intake, our health and the environment, which invites

us to build new development possibilities, with equity, justice, balance and diversity. 

Dr. Patricia Aguirre

APRIL 26

COMPLEX ENVIRONMENT: Waste and energy

Two simultaneous training course.

Which will you enroll in?

 

How does the consumption model impact on the integral urban solid  waste management? What alternatives can we propose coming from environmental education?

ALL ROADS LEAD TO...WASTE: total waste management

Lic.Lucas Osardo

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ENERGÍA CON IDA Y VUELTA

A historical analysis of the thorough use of sources and technologies. Main renewable energies: solar, wind, hydroelectric and biomass. Environmental impact of the alternative sources. Paradoxes of the development model: subsidies, incentives and public policies on energetic efficiency. 

MS. Pablo Siber

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CREATIVE ENVIRONMENT: 

COMMUNICATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS

MAY 31

How to achieve a high impact in the communication of our projects? How to motivate other stakeholders

to join environmental education initiatives or to design 

new ones? What strategies and resources can be attractive to develop proposals with kids and teens? 

 

Environmental Technology and Education: A whole new world to be discovered!

MS Ma. Emilia Garro Vidal

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