Education and development

Restore the Rainforest by Protecting Biodiversity (Brazil). ©UNESCO 2012
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Restore the Rainforest by Protecting Biodiversity (Brazil)

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Education for sustainable development means learning to respect and protect the environment. 13 million hectares of forest disappear each year and over 100 species per day. An NGO educates rural communities on the protection of biodiversity and forests. Training in agroforestry helps people to achieve sustainable and more profitable results. This is a sustainable system that protects biodiversity and provides a livelihood.

Place/Country: Brazil
Series: From Green Economies to Green Societies
Type: Documentary
Credits: Pascal Fayolle, director ; Eli Laliberté, director ; François Rousset, director. Lato Sensu Productions, France, producer ; Japan Funds-in-Trust, producer. UNESCO, Education for Sustainable Development, co-producer.
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Library catalogue (UNESDOC): 217124

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