What kind of future do we want?
At this time in human history many children and young people spend a lot of time using technology and less time in nature. Many of them are not aware of plant biodiversity and its importance for life on planet. Usually children and young people are more interested in animal biodiversity. The main goals of this photo report were: awareness to protect,
know common plant species in diverse environments, know native plant species in certain environments, use technology to learn about biodiversity, call children, young people and their families to nature and contribute to SDG 4 e 15.
(YRE from Domžale and Camarate)
Is an exotic plant in both countries. It blooms in Portugal in early March and in Slovenia in late April.
Grows in abundance in Portugal and in Slovenia. It is a symbol of love.
Native Portuguese and Slovenian trees. One adapted to mediterranean climate, the other adapted to cold weather of central and northern Europe.