Environmental degradation is the result of multiple phenomena such as climate change, deforestation, desertification, loss of biodiversity, poor management of natural resources and pollution. In addition to destroying the vitality of ecosystems, this degradation can also lead to poor outcomes for human health and well-being, such as diseases resulting from poor air quality or poor water quality, food shortages, loss of arable land, etcetera.

To stop this environmental degradation, improve the health of the environment and the vitality of ecosystems, citizens must implement environmental policies at all levels: global, national and local. For this, it is essential to train students in schools so that they are aware of the environmental problems in their communities and participate in conservation activities and take positive measures in favor of the environment.

Our goal is to promote environmental education and to cultivate in the students a sense of responsibility both for environmental conservation and for the preservation of biodiversity.

Students, through the development of research activities, will gain knowledge about current environmental problems and will be provided with the necessary tools to think critically about these problems and formulate viable solutions to the problems found in their own communities in a playful environment.

The interactive components of our online project are designed to promote the collaboration of students from different distant schools, promoting problem solving collectively.

Students will identify and share the ecological and geographical features of their localities and environmental problems they face. They will discuss recovery strategies, cleaning and regeneration to take place in their communities to improve their natural environment.

The fact of working with schools around the world, and developing the project simultaneously is important to share the different strategies to recover the environment of the planet.

With the activities of the project ¡Let's protect and recover our environment!, the students covers several sustainable development goals of UNESCO, among them: 3 4, 6, 11, 13, 14, 15 and 17.