HOW MUCH DO YOU KNOW ABOUT WATER?
On average, a person living in the United States uses 80 – 100 gallons of water a day. Millions of people living in poor, rural areas of the world rely on less than 5 gallons and women have to travel up to 3.7 miles daily to gather water for their families. Think you could live on 5 gallons a day?
WHAT ABOUT CARBON?
Trees are naturally a great carbon sink, meaning they trap carbon taken from the atmosphere to create their leaves, branches, trunks, and roots. As forests thrive they prevent carbon from entering the atmosphere and making climate change worse. But that’s not all…
INDIGENOUS PEOPLES IN PANAMA
EcoLogic is currently working in and around the Gulf of San Miguel, where we collaborate with three indigenous communities of the Embera, Wounaan, and Kuna. What do you know about the Indigenous Peoples of Panama and their culture?
The Jungle Rewild! game is a fun and interactive way to find out about reforestation and learn about some of the animals that are helped when you do. Join the Caal family and their neighbors in planting trees in a place much like many where EcoLogic works. As you plant trees the jungle begins to return and animals including the motmot bird, frogs, howler monkeys, and coatimundis start to return. Play until the end to learn about about some of the wildlife of Central America and what can happen when habitat is restored.
This game was designed with people ages 7 and up in mind, which means adults can enjoy it, too!