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How can an updated education help you?
How can You have a better life with an
Why would it help to understand Nature?
Why should YOU know or care about the
loss of some tiny salamander or bird?
Why should preservation of biological
diversity be important to YOU?
What skills do you need to master
the coming challenges?
A) Economic reasons - job creation - income|
We just started to discover the economic potential of other species. A few dozen plants and animals provide the bulk of our food, clothing, and building materials. Many, many species are being lost before anyone has given any thought to their economic potential.
Currently, 121 prescription drugs sold come from plant-derived sources. 25% of pharmaceuticals are derived from rainforest ingredients.
B) Aesthetic - Beauty
Nature is beautiful and we can learn at lot from Nature. Lives are enriched, artists, writers are inspired by the beauty of the land. Our hearts are uplifted by the grandness of wild places. Do we really want to lose all this beauty?
C) Moral - Faith - Believes
We are not the Creator of life on Earth. Are we really entitled to destroy life? We share this planet with billions of other life forms. Does killing of life fit to our civilized notions of respect and fairness?
D) Biodiversity - genetic diversity
The key to improve domesticated species is to replenish them with genes from wild stocks. With the loss of species we impoverish the future gene pool for agriculture and other natural resource-based industries.
E) Research - Understanding
Penicillin was derived from bread mold. Over half of all modern medicines can be traced to non-human organisms. Should we destroy Nature before we can do thorough research? Less than 1% of tropical trees and plants have been tested by scientists.
F) Education ignites a lifelong quest for knowledge
The knowledge of behaviors, adaptations, knowing about the variety / biodiversity of plants and animals is very mind-expanding. Discovering the marvels of Nature gives you a glimpse in what wonderful world we are living.
G) Recreation - Outdoor fun
Part of being human is a connection to Nature - recreation in Nature is essential for human well being. What would be our life with all these different plants and wildlife support outdoor activities: hunting, fishing, birdwatching, hiking, camping, canoeing, swimming in lakes and rivers?
H) Practical reasons
Nature and all its creatures are one complex, interrelated machine. Killing species is like removing parts of your car engine. Deleting the first few screws can make it risky to drive, but at some point the whole engine is going to fall apart. Life on Earth was created in a balance - an interdependent ecosystem depends on balance. Can you imagine humans and other life forms sitting in a speeding car where many screws are missing?
I) Legacy - Inheritance
Would you honestly argue: "I don't care that the Earth I hand over to my children has only half of all life left, one third of the resources left, it had when I was born"?
Would you honestly argue: "I don't care if my children have healthy air, drinkable water, enough food"? Or vast prairies? Or rain-forests? Or wilderness?
If you really say: "I don't care", then you should be prosecuted for murder, for genocide of the next generation!
"In a global economy where the most valuable skill you can sell is your knowledge, a good education is no longer just a pathway to opportunity - it is a pre-requisite. Right now, three-quarters of the fastest-growing occupations require more than a high school diploma. And yet, just over half of our citizens have that level of education. We have one of the highest high school dropout rates of any industrialized nation. And half of the students who begin college never finish. This is a prescription for economic decline, because we know the countries that out-teach us today will out-compete us tomorrow. That is why it will be the goal of this administration to ensure that every child has access to a complete and competitive education - from the day they are born to the day they begin a career." |
"Education is the most important long-term investment we can make in our future. Education reflects our love and our belief in freedom. It is freedom itself."
Hon. Laura Bush, Honorary Ambassador UNESCO, Former First Lady of USA
Look deep, deep into Nature
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"The International Education charter is a declaration of fundamental principles for building a just, sustainable educated youth of global society for the 21st century. Created by global civil society CCLP Worldwide, endorsed by thousands of members, volunteers , organizations and institutions and individual engaged endorsing youth the Charter is not only a call to action, but a motivating force inspiring change the Earth over. |
The international charter is being practiced drawn from declaration of higher education for 21st century by UNESCO ,Ten principles of United Nations Global Compact and Declaration of Higher Education for sustainable better livelihood."
The Education Charter International is endorsed by citizens of 96 Countries more than 400 Cities and 6000 Governmental, Inter governmental,Non Governmental Organizations and Individuals across our globe
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