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environment

Inspiration

2 BOOKS TO INSPIRE CHILDREN TO LOVE NATURE

10/21/2020,

2 years ago, I had the privilege of interviewing one of my favorite authors – María Isabel Sánchez Vegara-. My admiration for her works has kept growing since then, and it has been a great joy to see that her “Little People, BIG LIVES” book collection keeps adding new titles every week. Today I would […]

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Education

OCEAN INSTITUTE’S SUMMER CAMPS FOR CHILDREN IN CALIFORNIA

12/10/2019,

Using the ocean as a classroom, and with the philosophy that the experience is the teacher,  The Ocean Institute in Dana Point (California)  has been inspiring children of all ages and from all over the world to learn and love the ocean. The Ocean Institute, founded in 1977, is a community-based organization that educates 100,000 […]

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Education

PANYADEN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL: A GREEN SCHOOL IN THAILAND

08/10/2018,

In our Education & Architecture series, we have featured previously some amazing kindergartens in Slovenia, Mexico, Japan, Sweden, South Korea and New Zealand. Also, you might remember our post about the Cedarsong Forest Kindergarten, an entirely outdoor preschool in Washington that combines nature and play. Today we travel to Thailand and discover another amazing educational […]

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Education

A SCHOOL FOR PEACE IN AFGHANISTAN

04/24/2016,

Today we travel to Afghanistan with a story that talks about death, architecture, education, war, peace, and a BLUE primary school in Afghanistan. In 2001 Maria Grazia Cutuli, a prominent Italian journalist, was murdered by a group of gunmen in Afghanistan. Ten years later, the Foundation named in her honour decided to build a “sign of peace”: a school that […]

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