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26 April 2010



Temporary Gardens- Ermitage Park in Casablanca :

In programs in awareness and sustainable development conducted by the Mohammed VI Foundation for Environment Protection, chaired by Her Royal Highness Princess Lalla Hasnaa, and in conjunction with the celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Earth Day, nearly 100 pupils spread between four schools (Ibn Khaldun, Ibn Zaidoun- Al-Mazraa Banine- Attahaddi) bordering on the Ermitage park in Casablanca, made in situ four temporary gardens.


The temporary garden project is a pilot experience initiated at the beginning of school year 2007 in Jnan Sbil Park by students in 10 schools in Fes Jdid.


These gardens are created as a result of a highly educational work with teachers to develop an historic gardens, particularly the Arab-Andalusian and research of plants and trees (symbolic virtues, habits, vocabulary ...)

The approach is to explore the history of gardens, research, drawings, design, construction spending throughout the school year is an important time for this activity.


Recall that the Foundation began in 2008, the rehabilitation and recovery of the Ermitage Park in Casablanca. This comes after the restoration of the Cyber Park Arsat Moulay Abdeslam in Marrakech, Exotic Gardens in Bouknadel and Jnan Sbil in Fes currently under redevelopment.


Participation of the Young Reporters for the Environment- High school Hassan II in Rabat:


Each year the organization of the Young Reporters for the Environment competition is certainly one of the events that allow the Mohammed VI Foundation for Environmental Protection to effectively measure progress.

Thus, and as part of the celebration of Earth Day, and to teach young people about sustainable development concepts and ensure the success of this major event, young reporters from Hassan II High School in Rabat has provided media coverage of some actions: Environmentally-Space, Ecorismo ....


Recall that Young Reporters for the Environment is an educational program designed for students who are investigating a topic related to their immediate environment (waste, water, energy, agriculture, cities, coasts, biodiversity etc.) under the supervision of their professors.


The goal is to become aware of problems using the emotional sensory method of direct experimentation and challenge the public by informing it of positive or negative impacts that human behaviour may have on the environment.


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