Education for Sustainability is one of the pillars of CEMAM’s actions. Non-formal environmental education activities in both formal and non-formal educational spaces are developed for children, young people and adults in coastal communities.
In these activities, the public is made aware of issuessocio-environmental issues arising from the degradation of marine and coastal ecosystems, based on the principle of conservation of marine fauna and in defense of a healthy environment for present and future generations.
The project aims to contribute to raising awareness among coastal communities in the municipalities of Rio Grande do Norte, about the importance of conserving marine megafauna and the impacts suffered as a result of human activities.
DOING GOOD IS OUR BEACH!
Our itinerant infrastructure is designed to serve different audiences and locations with varied educational actions appropriate to the objective. It is transported to carry out educational activities and considers the practicality necessary for the assembly and disassembly stage.
Action clean beach
The cleaning action mobilizes the community by allowing reflection on the production, consumption and waste generation chain through dynamics, followed by the practice of community cleaning.
The scientific exhibition consists of an explanation of the diversity of marine fauna, containing taxidermied animals and morphological pieces, preserved in alcohol and using osteotechniques.
The lectures are carried out in a manner that participatory with the objective of characterizing groups of marine megafauna, informing about threats of anthropogenic origin and reporting professional experiences.
The theater of puppets consists of an action focused on early childhood education, providing opportunities in a playful way to reflect on socio-environmental issues and the role of society in mitigating them.
marine bird watching
The bird watching activity is carried out in squares, trails or boats, which allows participants to observe the behavior of seabirds and their relationship with the environment and value the environmental, social, artistic, cultural and tourist importance of the place. .
The workshops are enriching practical activities, carried out together with the community, allowing the construction of new knowledge through traditional knowledge and scientific knowledge. They address emergency procedures to deal with stranded marine megafauna and the importance of maintaining ecological balance for the food chain and fishing activity.
VIRTUAL REALITY GLASSES
Virtual Reality glasses allow the public to experience simulating closer contact with marine fauna in a natural environment, awakening sensitivity through the interaction provided by technology.
The Parceiros do Mar project team develops and runs several interactive games.
Nothing better than learning through play!
partners IN 2022
The ENGIE Foundation supports the Project's actions in the municipality of Areia Branca, located on the northern coast of Rio Grande do Norte.
STUDENTS REACHED IN THE PUBLIC AND PRIVATE NETWORK OF
PARTICIPATING LOCAL INSTITUTIONS
DISCLOSURE ACTIONS ON SOCIAL MEDIA, RADIO, TV AND STREAMING
when looking at environmental issues from the perspective of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), proposed by the United Nations (UN).
social by encouraging gender equality and accessibility at the intersections of age, disability, territoriality and culture, especially in thematic audiovisual productions, subtitled and with alternative texts to describe images.
institutional, thematic and community at different scales, from local through communities to global through communication channels.
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