Sustainable School Project Applied in Two Institutions of The Great Florianópolis

  • Jaqueline de Oliveira Brotto Federal University of Santa Catarina
  • Oto Mourão University of Southern Santa Catarina
  • Monique Alves Peifer Federal University of Santa Catarina
  • Giovani Wolff Sfreddo University of the State of Santa Catarina
  • Samuel de Araujo Vicente Federal Institute of Santa Catarina
Keywords: Environmental education, Fauna, Flora, Water, Residue


The project Efficient School is a project that aims to highlight the importance of interaction between humans and the environment, and vice versa, working on issues such as fauna, flora, waste and water. The themes of fauna and flora were intended to work on the preservation of the environment, importance of free animals in nature, reforestation, gardening, etc. The theme residues aimed at the recycling and the destination of the organic residue in composts, with the purpose of generating fertilizer for the vegetable gardens. Finally, the theme water was worked in a way to raise awareness of the use of drinking water, and a rainwater harvesting system was designed, which will be attributed to the cleaning of courtyards and rooms. It is also worth mentioning the presence of two exchange students, who have acted on some topics discussed. The efficient school project was completed in a satisfactory manner, in order to amplify the knowledge of all involved. The interaction with the community provided to all members of the ESF - Nucleus Florianopolis an extraordinary experience that touched hearts and showed the meaning of the phrase "Together we are stronger". In addition, if the project had been financed would require more than R $ 1,000,000.00. Finally, this project impacted more than 800 people, among children. youth and adults, and their families.


EDUCAÇÃO. Educação Ambiental. Disponível em: ambiental/. Acesso em: 04 set. 2018.
PORTAL DA TRANSPARÊNCIA. Sociedade Eunice Weaver de Florianópolis - Educandário Santa Catarina. Disponível em: Acesso em: 04 set. 2018.