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Jorge Purroy

City: Pamplona

Country: ES


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Jorge is a science teacher in the Jesuits High School of Pamplona, Spain.

His proposal for OVER:

“I would like to use the book with my students in order to increase their environmental knowledge and encourage them to work to achieve a better world. Currently I teach Biology and Earth sciences in the last grades of the high school, around 200 students each year. When we study the sustainable development the overpopulation is one of the points in which I pay special attention so I consider that the book will be useful not only for me, especially for the students, the future of this country. Also I can share the book with the rest of the teachers, in Ethics, Geography, Philosophy, etc.”


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