Plant Conservation Methods
Humans have an awesome responsibility as stewards of the environment. If we destroy habitats for our own purposes, we must do all we can to compensate for the destruction. With a little work and a lot of dedication, humans can help guide the wildlife into a new generation. Help your learners sharpen their environmental awareness with insight into wildlife responsibility. The Wildlife Conservation Society has launched a strategy that takes direct responsibility for the continued survival of at least half of the 25 most endangered species
of turtles and tortoises. Examining the new strategy offers a science and nature-oriented learners a powerful perspective of a global collaborative
process. Turtles are in jeopardy, and in a connected ecosystem their trouble ripples. In building what Howard Gardner in his Multiple Intelligences theories references as the naturalist intelligence, insights into the connections and patterns of nature are emphasized. That learning capacity is an environmental affinity that enhances subjects like biology, geology, astronomy, zoology, botany, and anthropology. Its development strengthens attaining motivational meaning and relevance in scientific learning. The world's 25 most endangered turtle species, some of which have populations numbering less than five individuals, are identified in a report issued by the Wildlife Conservation Society and the Turtle Conservation Coalition.