Germany

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Schmechel Dirk
Bayerisches Staatsministerium für Ernährung, Landwirtschaft und Forsten
Ludwigstr. 2
80539 München
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www.forst.bayern.de
+49 (089) 2182-2156

Berthold Reichle
Landesbetrieb Forst Baden-Württemberg
Haus des Waldes
Königsträßle 74, 70597 Stuttgart
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www.hausdeswaldes.de
+49 (711) 97672-11 (Tel)

 

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Educational goals and added values for education:

  • communicate values like respect for nature, consideration to fellow-being and life-being, responsibility, tolerance, solidarity between generations, global and long-term thinking and acting
  • improve creativity and imagination, cooperative - and action – competences, interdisciplinary thinking, curiosity and concentration, social behaviour
  • offer free space for self-discovering-learning, nature-near living spaces, natural habitats, rich biodiversity

Social and economical goals, objectives for sustainable forestry:

  • raise awareness for the benefits of sustainable forestry, for the value of non-wood forest products and services (benefits for society- mental, practical, emotional), for the places of employment in the forest sector and the forest-based industry
  • provide added values to rural development (F.E. employment, tourism, income etc.)
  • foster interactions and exchanges between rural and urban areas/people
  • improve relationships with environment at local level
  • promote the continuing use of  wood as renewable material (to gain social acceptance for timber harvesting and forest management)

Environmental objectives, forest-related objectives:

  • develop awareness, sense of responsibility and interaction for the role  of forests and forestry (risks and potentials) ahead climate change
  • foster interests and cooperations to make forests, their products and their management fit for other challenges and risks ahead (as: water resources, energy, biodiversity, protection of soil)
  • improve understanding of forest management and forests multifunctional benefits

Main target groups:

  • children, teenagers, teachers and pedagogics

 

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