Cristina Miranda, Valcira
January 2012
Revista Monografias Ambientais;2012, Vol. 5 Issue 5, p1194
Academic Journal
Nowadays, the environmental issues have opened a discussion about the essential changes that must be taken to terminate, reduce or mitigate environmental degradation. Considering, education stands out as a means to transform society, in this case, through the selective collection show the school communitythe importance of developing a new ethics, sustainability. According to the National Curriculum Parameters, Environmental Education should be developed in an integrated, continuous and permanent at all levels and types of education. Knowing that solid waste is one of the issues that most affect, directly and / orindirectly, all socioenvironmental issues, so this project was developed in order to minimize this issue.


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