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Biodiversity loss has grown to very worrying extents.

Though this statement is accepted by all, it remains more difficult to understand its mechanisms and even more difficult to understand the means available both individually and collectively to tackle this loss and help rehabilitating the fauna, flora and habitats. It involves the use of teaching in order to reach out as many people as possible.

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Celebrating biodiversity

The threats weighing on biodiversity are overlooked, or rather awareness has yet to be fully raised on its richness. The Natura 2000 sites, their purpose, their aims are just as badly understood, including by local populations and actors.

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Educational terrestrial areas

Because a strong bond for all living things is formed at a tender young age. Environment-respectful behaviours may also be ingrained for life at childhood.

For this reason, the LIFE Terra Musiva project shall include several environmental education measures specifically aimed at these visitors, among which shall figure the Educational Terrestrial Areas (ATE).

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Participatory sciences and sites

The participatory sciences help improving the knowledge on biodiversity by collecting an important amount of data that couldn’t have been provided otherwise to the scientists, and which shall then be used to enrich the answers to be given and elaborate solutions to better protect said biodiversity.

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