New videos explain the wonders of the pine ecosystems in Portugal to children

Have a look at these three video targeted to children aged 3-14 to learn more about stone pines and pine nuts.

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Screenshot from the video with the infographics on stone pines and pine nuts.
Screenshot from the video with the infographics on stone pines and pine nuts. Photo: Centro de Competências do Pinheiro manso e pinhão.

The Portuguese Competence Centre for Umbrella Pine and Pine Nut – Centro de Competências do Pinheiro manso e do Pinhão (CCPMP) – is a forum created to share and articulate knowledge, skills and competencies, bringing together representatives from three main areas: research; dissemination and knowledge transfer. The central actions of the CCPMP are:

  1. Promotion of knowledge and innovation;
  2. Knowledge and technology transfer;
  3. Data collection and data processing and dissemination of information and statistics.

Its mission is to promote the development and sustainability of the stone pine sector by strengthening research, encouraging innovation and promoting good practice and the transmission and dissemination of knowledge.

In this context, the CCPMP has developed a series of three infographics aimed at school-age children aged 3 to 14, dealing with the biodiversity, production and sustainability of the pine ecosystems in Portugal.

Have a look to the infographics for children aged 3-6, the one for 6-12 kids, and the one for 12-14 years olds

Infographic for pre-school age kids (from 3 to 6 years old).

Infographic for kids from 6 to 12 years old.

Infographic for children from 12 to 14 years old.