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The character of these introductions to regenerative education is the Sahara desert, the diversity of beings and the ancient history that it keeps under its mantle of sand. Tajdid the camel will guide students through its dunes to find out what is the connection of this ecosystem with the rest of the planet, the impacts of exploitation on its natural reserves, the ecological relationships that allow its sustainability, and how we can work with it to learn about regeneration. All this is elaborated through games and significant activities linked to everyday life.

Living deserts

regenÜrate Global Goal: Train the generations
on rise to catalyze regenerative innovation
Recommended for: 11 to 14 years old

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