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Biodiversidad y servicios ecosistémicos

Alarmados por la pérdida de biodiversidad recientemente, científicos que persiguen la conservación de la naturaleza, y cada vez más responsables políticos han comenzado a resaltar los servicios que los ecosistemas brindan, por ejemplo: alimentos, agua y aire limpios, espacios para recreación y hábitats para animales y plantas.

En colaboración con un grupo de educadores formales e informales, como científicos y gestores de bosques y vida silvestre, los estudiantes no solo aprenderán sobre la gestión sostenible de los ecosistemas, sino que también estudiarán diferentes servicios ecosistémicos y su valor para el bienestar de las sociedades. Para ello se utilizarán enfoques de aprendizaje colaborativos, basados en problemas e indagaciones junto con la Comunidad de Ciencia Abierta en Eslovenia para fomentar la comprensión y la apreciación de la diversidad de los servicios ecosistémicos. Aprovechando la experiencia de los socios de MULTIPLIERS, los estudiantes aprenderán que los servicios ecosistémicos pueden competir entre sí e incluso si pueden equilibrarse, puede haber compensaciones.

Biodiversidad y servicios ecosistémicos
Biodiversidad y servicios ecosistémicos
An outdoor classroom in the forest: new “marteloscope” educational site inaugurated in Ljubljana

An outdoor classroom in the forest: new “marteloscope” educational site inaugurated in Ljubljana

Abr 22, 2024
Šmarna gora, the highest hill in the city of Ljubljana, is now more than an iconic landscape monument and a destination for hikers. With the opening of the first “marteloscope” in central Slovenia, its slopes have been transformed into an outdoor classroom for school pupils thanks to an initiative of the EU-funded research and innovation project MULTIPLIERS.
Same trees, different perspectives: using a marteloscope to present forests in a new light

Same trees, different perspectives: using a marteloscope to present forests in a new light

Feb 22, 2024
What do you see when you look at a forest? The first, obvious answer could be “trees”, but the more nuanced reality is that forests have different meanings and values to different people. Trees provide important habitats to animals, such as cavities for bats to sleep in and branches for birds to build their nests …
MULTIPLIERS year-end event in Bonn

MULTIPLIERS year-end event in Bonn

Ene 24, 2024
We are excited to share highlights from our MULTIPLIERS year-end event that took place on December 5, 2023, at the University of Bonn. Among the attendees were the local Open Science Community as well as individuals from informal educational institutions, universities, museums, media, and policy makers. Annette Scheersoi, as the project coordinator, presented an overview …
Introducing the MULTIPLIERS Open Schooling Hub: a treasure trove of teaching & learning resources on real-world challenges

Introducing the MULTIPLIERS Open Schooling Hub: a treasure trove of teaching & learning resources on real-world challenges

Nov 6, 2023
The MULTIPLIERS project has just launched its new MULTIPLIERS Open Schooling Hub: a platform hosting a wealth of teaching and learning resources for educators looking to address some of today’s most relevant real-world challenges, such as vaccination and biodiversity protection.
Spring Carousel – Celebrating Earth Day with a Charitable Touch

Spring Carousel – Celebrating Earth Day with a Charitable Touch

Jul 19, 2023
By Sara Močnik, Primary school Šmartno pod Šmarno goro On April 15, the 9th annual Spring Carousel took place at the Šmartno pod Šmarna Gora Elementary School in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Organized to raise contributions to the school fund, the event was dedicated to Earth Day this year. We aimed to find ways to bring environmental …
Opening students’ perspectives to science careers

Opening students’ perspectives to science careers

Feb 23, 2023
The first round of MULTIPLIERS in Germany is dedicated to the topic of vaccination, with a focus on HPV and Covid-19, as well the immunological and ethical aspects of the vaccines. But raising awareness about the infection and promoting science learning are not the only goals of the project. Through visits to authentic settings and …