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Camilo A. Angulo

Green Models in Classroom

Design teachers must spread pedagogical processes for a green world to reduce the impact of our academic exercises on the local environment.

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Jeronimo Sanchez
Aug 2013

Hi,

I´m very glad to see this need recognized, i´m totaly agree. But something that have the same, even more importance is to change our ways to think, to produce and to consume, because we still using plastic as the only solution for bottles, no recycling will help if we continue making more, hope i make myself clear not trying to say that recycling is no good, but is not enough. no se trata solo de usarlas para otra cosa, sino de que si no sirven para otra cosa que no las usen para nada. Y perdón pero tal parece que «green» es nuevo yo voltearía a ver a las culturas precolombinas. Saludos

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Camilo A. Angulo
Aug 2013

Dear Jeronimo, some of my students are also interested in working the problem looking at the issue of production, my expectations are that in the future this kind of academic exercises can multiply with greater coverage. Thank you.

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Jeronimo Sanchez
Aug 2013

Hola Camilo,

En vista de que quedo claro que hablamos ingles, aplaudo lo que creo un genuino interés, pero no estoy de acuerdo con el enfoque practico, tengo que preguntar, ¿donde están esas tapas ahora? en algún recipiente para futuro (ha de estar lleno) o en algún basurero? dicen los especialistas que la sustentabilidad (no solo ecología) empieza por el espíritu, sigue con la familia, la escuela, la comunidad, el país, el planeta sucesivamente. tapalandia, modelo walt disney, no resuelve nada, no me parece divertido para ejercitar la creatividad el problema esta en los ríos contaminados Thx!

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