Education & Protection
Education is the key to sustainable nature conservation. To understand the danger for the environment and health of the community that comes with throwing plastic in nature or burning it and especially to come up with solutions towards these problems, education is the basis and the key.
Particularly from a point of sustainability, it is important to jointly develop efficient and long-term protection concepts. That starts with sensibilisation for the issue. Only if the problem is acknowledged counteracting solution can be found.
In order to create a basis for sustainable development based on individual local needs, we use so-called eco-communities. The basic goal of eco-communities is to integrate as many areas of life as possible into the sustainable development of the community. Thus, this development is not only limited to ecological and economic aspects, but sees the integration of social and cultural areas of society as equally important. Thus, an eco-community always strives to generate behavioural decisions of the inhabitants with the least possible negative impact on the natural environment through participatory community processes, but at the same time to generate social and economic security for its members.