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2014 | 12 | 4 | 31-44
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The importance of environmental education in preventative healthcare

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Environmental education, frequently referred to as ecological education, is commonly associated with the description and shaping of human rela¬tionships with the natural environment. It points to the examples of anthro¬pocentric transformation of nature and the consequences thereof. Deeper analysis leads to the conclusion that the existing emphasis of environmental education was on natural aspects, while neglecting no less important social issues, including human health. This article is devoted to demonstrating the interrelationships and dependencies of environmental education and preventive healthcare, from definition through to various activities and finally effects. The article clearly promotes being active, highlighting the importance of being involved in the development of gardens, which are important both in terms of the protection of the natural environment, through the development and diversification of the landscape, and in the maintenance of good physical and mental condition. In summary, the article puts forward the notion that in going through life, it is worthwhile to really care about one’s health and the natural environment, especially since one is dependent on the other
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12
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4
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31-44
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