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Becoming Ecoliterate, Fully Human.

Ecoliteracy concerns understanding the principles of organisation of ecosystems and their potential application to understanding how to build a sustainable human society. In the coming decades, the survival of humanity will depend on our ecological literacy, our ability to understand the basic principles of ecology and to live accordingly.

Our nature blindness is lethal and destructive to the living world.

Each generation is normalising the rapid decline of our environment, and the devastating extinction rate. The urgent importance of ecological literacy in today’s world, where young people are faced with escalating environmental challenges, including climate change, depletion of resources, and environmentally linked illnesses. This generation will require leaders and citizens who can think ecologically, understand the interconnectedness of human and natural systems, and have the will, ability, and courage to act differently.

The urgent importance of ecological literacy in today’s world, where young people are faced with escalating environmental challenges, including climate change, depletion of resources, and environmentally linked illnesses. This generation will require leaders and citizens who can think ecologically, understand the interconnectedness of human and natural systems, and have the will, ability, and courage to act differently.

With an understanding of ecological literacy, perceptions naturally shift. The need to protect the ecosystems is not simply a belief held by environmentalists; it is a biological imperative for survival over time. In the face of the increasing capacity of industrial systems to destroy habitats and the climate system, the resulting awareness of the importance of living within the ecological carrying capacity of the earth is increasingly necessary to address the infamous value-action gap.

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Total Updated Earth's Eukaryote Species

86

Earth's Species Still Unknown & Undiscovered

150

Earth's Species Are Lost Everyday

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Human’s economic activity is exceeding environmental limits

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Knowing Earth’s Millions

There is an age of discovery ahead of us when we could find out so much more about what lives with us on this planet. What’s been discovered so far are those things that are easy to find.

Nature’s Library Disappearing

It’s a long process to digitalise nature-based and indigenous knowledge of the natural environment. Extinction rates have accelerated to ten to a hundred times their natural level.

Disruptive Measure of Value

Alongside net-zero, the notion of nature positive is emerging as a new narrative to address the planetary crisis, representing a new paradigm shift in how we view nature.

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Pan-Tropics

Pan-Tropicians is an ideology that promotes the unity and cooperation of all place-based stakeholders, motivating the belief of decolonising nature and conservation.

The source of our nature deficit.

How can we explain this shrinking of nature in our collective imagination and cultural conversation? References to nature declined after, but not before, the 1950s. The trend of rapid urbanization, which swallows up natural areas and cuts people off from natural surroundings, is typically used to explain the weakening human connection to nature.

To the extent that the disappearance of nature vocabulary from the cultural conversation reflects an actual distancing from nature. Works of popular culture should reflect the extent to which nature occupies our collective consciousness. Across millions of fiction books, thousands of songs, and hundreds of thousands of movie and documentary storylines, studies revealed a clear and consistent trend; nature features significantly less in popular culture today than it did in the first half of the 20th century, with a steady decline after the 1950s.

Modern digital narratives have the opportunity to send the rejuvenated message that nature is worth paying attention to and to help awaken curiosity, appreciation, and respect for nature, as some did back in the ‘60s and ‘70s. New narrative tools such as RENATRjournal and earthlah, which can help us reconnect with nature are crucial at a time like this when nature seems to need our attention and care more than ever.

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