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Nature-based.Education

Nature-based.Education redefines our relationship with nature and supports the United Nations’ call for…
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Global investment in nature-based education

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Recognition of nature’s intrinsic values in order to change societal behaviour over time

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Stronger protection of animal welfare to help build human-nature connectedness

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The integration of nature in urban areas through green architecture, infrastructure and access to nature

All our lesson plans are underpinned by the FIVE FREEDOMS FOR ANIMALS as endorsed by the World Organization for Animal Health (WOAH)

Teaching towards a better tomorrow for all South Africa’s learners First-ever curriculum-aligned lesson plans that teach and support the UN’s concept of ONE HEALTH / ONE WELFARE

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All lesson plans support the South African Constitutional Court’s historic judgment in 2016, noting that…

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Animals have intrinsic value as individuals

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Animals are sentient beings capable of suffering and experiencing pain

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Guardianship of the interests of animals reflects constitutional values and the interests of society at large

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Animal protection safeguards the moral status of humans and the degeneration of human values

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