Adequate levels of environmental awareness can be the solution to many of the challenges of today
Save for future generations amazing landscapes, unique habitats, and biodiversity, rare plant and animal species, pristine areas such as primaeval forests, unique swamps, mountain ranges and steppe, clean water, air, and soil - now do it without the help of eco-education is impossible.
Eco-education should be an important part of sustainable community development.
Only the principles of sustainable development can counterbalance the rapid development of civilization and the increasing resource requirements of humans on the one hand and the needs of nature on the other.
Educational and scientific work with resource managers is also a crucial part. Sustainable use of resources in forestry can only be achieved if the legal framework is suitable, employees responsible for forestry at all units have sufficient knowledge of the principles and methods of sustainable forestry are appropriately used.