Understand that the problems that wildlife habitats face; go beyond consumption patterns and affected people and wildlife and work with people both within and beyond the learners’ own context to explore issues to find ways of protecting them.
Conduct a fieldtrip to a nearby rural community. Visit the community and talk with local residents and authorities about the impact of the transformation of the community (e.g. rural tourism, abandoning of cultivation, abandoning of local varieties, reduction of farm land, etc.). Research alternative practices. Learners also meet with local and non-local activists and authorities and gather secondary data on the region and the main problems. Each group prepare a report of findings and conclusions drawn.