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Woman explains that ‘education is crucial’ in preserving wildlife and threats to our planet

today24 June 2022

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A woman has shared how ‘education is crucial’ in preserving wildlife for the future. She has shared her thoughts as part of the Wildlife Trust’s 30 Days Wild challenge in a bid to educate more people on the importance of nature.

Alicja Sowinska said: “I have noticed that as I speak to more people about these subjects, many seem to be very vague and unmoved in regards to preserving and caring for the environment.”

She points to education as the key to getting more people interested in protecting the planet. Alicja added: “30 Days Wild, the Wildlife Trusts campaign to get everyone to do wild actions each day during June is also focusing on bringing communities together and drawing the attention back to what matters by encouraging them to help nature flourish in their local area.

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“This is where next door nature comes in, a great opportunity for those who don’t know where to start to join the programme and make changes by taking action. A perfect example of a wild action for #30DaysWild.

She said: “Over the years it’s been clear that many of us are still oblivious of the real threats to biodiversity; a key process that supports all life on Earth. As the human population grows and we turn to fast food, fast fashion and building many more homes we start to require more resources that we remove from the environment and turn a blind eye to the issue.”

For this year’s 30 Days Wild Alicja is setting out to educate herself on the history of conservation, biodiversity and evolution. She said: “I recently visited the Wollaton Hall and Deer Park and realised that museums help shape the present and the future, whilst highlighting controversial topics such as taxidermy, a process that captures still life.

“They help shape and change our attitudes towards nature, teach us history, evolution and allow us to uncover why species are at threat.”

Alicja added: “There are plenty of ways to make a change but the change starts with us and education is crucial; read about the environment act, visit historical places or join groups and hang out with like-minded people. Do something because doing something is better than doing nothing.”


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