Course detailsEnvironmental awareness essentially serves as an educational tool, helping people around the world understand the economic, aesthetic and biological importance of preserving resources and reducing or eliminating the harmful impacts of man-made alterations. Environmental awareness or education helps people understand the consequences of human activities on various lands and identifies remedial solutions.
When it comes to making a difference, environmental advocates typically champion a single issue. They identify an area of concern, such as oil drilling or water purification, then begin a campaign, educating others of these issues.
Advocates develop a solid understanding of their chosen topics, then educate coworkers, friends, and their communities on problems surrounding those topics. When engaging in environmental awareness, advocates demonstrate reactive and proactive responses. They develop aversions to certain human activities detrimental to the environment, which in turn elicits an emotional response.
After understanding the issue at hand, advocates seek out solutions. They might undertake restorative projects or perform basic tasks like recycling, using reusable bags and investing in clean energy as each step brings improvement. Ultimately, advocates help others understand the harm of human activities on land and species, and produce valuable changes through corrective actions. Updated on 26 November, 2018
Eligibility / Requirements
English speaking, knowledge of basic safety in environment
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