How children learn to love the Earth

How children learn to love the Earth

In the Youth park from Bucharest, in Rosary area, a spaceship was built. His crew consists of Captain Raxo, Second Noni and the dozens of children who go there daily, alone, with friends or parents.

The Green Bee spacecraft is a high tech instrument with which to help Dorna and Mega Image, in partnership with Green Revolution Association, he intends to educate the children otherwise, trying to turn them into responsible heroes, who will help us save the Earth.

Every day, the ship travels ten times in space, carrying happy, sincere, curious and attentive children. Each trip lasts 45 minutes, and during this period the little ones arrive in the cosmos, guided by Captain and Second, by the films projected in the ship and by the on-board computers.

Cadets, because these are called children, once the journey begins, they have the opportunity to see a sunrise in space, send drones to explore and search for a planet that can host us if Earth is to be uninhabited. the irresponsible actions of people. By the time we return to Earth, the cadets already know what they need to do to save the world we live in.

So far, over 2,000 children have participated in the project. Among them, children from the "Pinocchio" Minority Reception Center, "Pinocchio 3" Placement Center, C.S.S. "St. Mary" or the Concordia Humanitarian Foundation.

All participants entered a competition to win a place in the Tasuleasa Social ecological camp. The draw was made on August 7, and the winners left on August 15, early in the morning in the camp, accompanied by Captain Raxo.

At the end of October, another draw will decide the winners of another 25 places in the camp from Tasuleasa, with the departure in the summer of next year.

So, if you have a child, brother, nephew, cousin, between the ages of 6 and 14, sign up on or come directly to the Youth Park with him to take part in the most interesting journey of his life!

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