Public education campaign on Patagonia Parks

by Corporacion Amigos de los Parques de la Patagonia
Public education campaign on Patagonia Parks
Public education campaign on Patagonia Parks
Public education campaign on Patagonia Parks
Public education campaign on Patagonia Parks
Public education campaign on Patagonia Parks
Public education campaign on Patagonia Parks
Sep 16, 2019

First steps: Primeros pasos hacia una cultura de parques nacionales en Chile

Reporte en español

¡Muchas gracias por apoyar nuestros primeros pasos en la generación de una verdadera cultura de parques nacionales en Chile! En estos primeros meses, y con el apoyo del ecólogo Juan Pablo Orrego, generamos un relato que responde a la pregunta ¿Por qué Parques Nacionales?, promoviendo la importancia de las áreas protegidas desde distintas perspectivas; generando contenidos y relatos sobre por qué es necesario cuidar los parques y qué hay en ellos, promoviendo una cultura de  conservación de la biodiversidad en Chile; e invitando a la ciudadanía a transformarse en defensores de la naturaleza, la biodiversidad y de nuestras áreas protegidas.

Ese relato lo convertimos en una charla a la que invitamos a distintos expositores a participar en distintas ciudades de Chile. Entre febrero y agosto de 2019, 1.890 personas han sido parte de una charla de Amigos de los Parques en 5 ciudades de 4 regiones de Chile, llevando los parques nacionales y su relevancia a distintos públicos: niños, jóvenes, adultos, expertos, sociedad civil, y actores del mundo público.

Un primero paso en este largo camino de promover una cultura de parques. Una invitación a ser guardianes de nuestros parques nacionales, guardianes del futuro. ¡Gracias por ser parte!

English version

Thank you very much for supporting our first steps in generating a true culture of national parks in Chile! In these first months, and with the support of the ecologist Juan Pablo Orrego, we generated a storyline, a script, that answers the question Why National Parks ?

We aim to promote the importance of protected areas from different perspectives; generating content about why it is necessary to take care of the parks and what is in them, promoting a culture of biodiversity conservation in Chile; and inviting citizens to become defenders of nature, biodiversity and our protected areas.

This storyline is converted into a talk to which we invite different exhibitors to participate in different cities in Chile. Between February and August 2019, 1,890 people have been part of a Amigos de los Parques talk in 5 cities in 4 regions of Chile, bringing national parks and their relevance to different audiences: children, youth, adults, experts, civil society , and actors of the public world.

A first step in this long way of promoting a culture of parks. An invitation to be guardians of our national parks, guardians of the future. Thanks for being part!

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Corporacion Amigos de los Parques de la Patagonia

Location: Puerto Varas - Chile
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Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @amigosdelosparq
Corporacion Amigos de los Parques de la Patagonia
Maria Hess
Project Leader:
Maria Hess
Puerto Varas, Chile

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