Earth is believed to be the only planet with life on it. This life exists leagues under the sea upto miles up in the sky. As human mobility has increased we have become aware of the diversity that exists in this world. However, there are several species that have already gone extinct or are at the verge of extinction. Now is the time, we believe, that educating students about wildlife, ecology and conservation is paramount. This requires them to empathize with the environment they live in.
At Redwood, we make this connection between an individual and their environment possible. Our Edutours build understanding about the natural world that they live in and they get an opportunity to interact with nature on an individual level. This enables them to understand the symbiosis that exists between humans and nature, thus, encouraging them to act towards conservation and protection.
Learn about the significance of biodiversity on local populations of both humans and wildlife. Learn about symbiotic relationships between various plants and animals.
Discover the flora and fauna typical of different countries and understand the role played by geography and topography in the differneces that exist in wildlife across the world.
Understand and witness the impact that human activities and the climate crisis has had on nature and how the ecology of a place suffers due to exploitation.
Meet NGOs and collaborate with them to learn about the conservation efforts undertaken by organizations and individuals across the world to safeguard their environment.