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Ecoremediation educational polygons in Slovenia as good examples of experiential learning of geography
Mojca Kokot, Jerneja Križan, Ana Vovk Korže, Nina Globovnik, 2011, original scientific article

Abstract: Teaching in the 21st century is focused on learning for life and sustainable development. Lifelong knowledge, which is focused on education for sustainable development, could only be obtained with experiential learning, where students can come up with new knowledge through research and observation. Geography can bring many lifelong skills for students. Last years, the teaching of geography made great importance to education on environmental protection in nature itself. Therefore, this paper presents ecoremediation educational polygons in Slovenia. They are intended to offer young people the most authentic environment through direct experience in a real environment and in nature. On the educational polygons in real environments there are conditions for solving problems, while learning and doing research. Education on such polygons offers a great opportunity for young people to acquire practical knowledge, which can be used for effective decisions in life in relation to the environment.
Keywords: ecoremediations, geography, experiential learning
Published: 07.06.2012; Views: 1355; Downloads: 72
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Climate changes in North Africa and the possibilities of adapting to it with ecosystem approaches
Ana Vovk Korže, Manuela Štefane, 2016, review article

Abstract: The article deals with geographical characteristics of North Africa with the focus on climate changes which are reflected in particular by the increase in the average temperatures and decrease of precipitation. These conditions have a direct impact on the reduction of agriculture and on the changes in land use. Further on, this has a direct impact on the way of life of people. The use of ecosystem technologies (imitation of nature) can be an easy and effective way to contain water in the region. Water also has a significant role in survival. Therefore, the use of ecoremediation (imitation of nature) in North Africa could mitigate climate changes.
Keywords: North Africa, climate changes, ecosystem technology, ecoremediations
Published: 16.04.2018; Views: 201; Downloads: 46
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