On April 22nd, International Earth Day was celebrated, an official anniversary proclaimed by the United Nations in 2009 that aims to raise awareness among humanity about the problems generated by overpopulation, pollution, the conservation of biodiversity and other.
To celebrate this day, the students and teachers of the third year of Primary Education have carried out an online activity in which parents and family members were able to check the work done by the students and participate in a workshop on recycling, reuse and reduction of waste. waste.
This workshop on the rule of the three R’s is a way to raise awareness in the entire educational community about the social responsibility in the environment that we all have as global citizens.
This year, due to the global pandemic COVID-19, special emphasis has been placed on climate change, man-made changes in nature, as well as crimes that disrupt biodiversity, such as deforestation, land use change, intensive agricultural and livestock production or the growing illegal wildlife trade, which they can increase the contact and transmission of infectious diseases from animals to humans, known as zoonotic diseases.