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-**HOW SUSTAINABILITY IS INCORPORATED IN EDUCATION IN SOME COUNTRIES:​ +---- 
-‘Project Earthworms’ – 3- and 4-year old children study earthworms****+*(Individual assignment)** 
 +**HOW SUSTAINABILITY IS INCORPORATED IN EDUCATION IN SOME COUNTRIES:** 
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 I read bout a sustainability project where sustainability education is embedded in early childhood in Brazil. I read bout a sustainability project where sustainability education is embedded in early childhood in Brazil.
 In an early childhood educational centre, a group of 3- and 4-year-old children decided to do a project on In an early childhood educational centre, a group of 3- and 4-year-old children decided to do a project on
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 5. How can history on sustainability help us achieve sustainable development in the future? the current studies on sustainability points to the direction that things done in the past has been unsustainable. How far do you agree with this argument? Can history tell something positive about sustainability in the past and how can we revive those practice instead of throwing away the past. 5. How can history on sustainability help us achieve sustainable development in the future? the current studies on sustainability points to the direction that things done in the past has been unsustainable. How far do you agree with this argument? Can history tell something positive about sustainability in the past and how can we revive those practice instead of throwing away the past.
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