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Why should we teach about Natura 2000 in schools?

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Maria Dahlberg

on 11 June 2015

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Transcript of Why should we teach about Natura 2000 in schools?

Why should we use Natura 2000 in schools?
Tool and network for classifying ecosystems/habitats
Gives protection for valuable and threatened habitats and species
EUwide network of nature protection areas
Ensuring that future management of these areas is sustainable
How Have We Used it in School?
The Project
Make an informative movie about a Natura 2000 area
Official documentation, flora & fauna books, and excursion.
What is Natura 2000?
Who is responsible for Natura 2000 in Sweden?
Present the area, it's nature and importance to the local community
Present management plan for the area
Present the eco-system with characteristic and typical species
What is Natura 2000?
How many sites?
Natura 2000
27 000 protected areas
How much of Europe is covered?
18 % of the area or
1 000 000 km2
Who owns the land?
It doesn't matter!
National curricula:

Core Content
Teaching should [...] contribute to students developing the ability to work theoretically and experimentally, and to communicate using scientific language. [...]
Teaching should cover scientific working methods, such as [...] planning and carrying out experiments and field studies [...] Teaching should give students the opportunity to discuss and present analyses and conclusions. They should also be given the opportunity to use computerised equipment for collecting, simulating, calculating, processing and presenting data.
Structure and dynamics of ecosystems. Energy flows and recycling materials, and also ecosystem services.
Natural and man-made disturbances in the ecosystem linked to questions about bearing capacity and biological diversity.
Population size, variety and composition of species, and factors affecting this.
Ecologically sustainable development, locally and globally, and different ways of contributing to this.
Natura2000 Public Viewer:
EU and national conservation policy
What can students learn?
in Schools
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