This is not your ole yesteryear three ring, big tent circus. The Sustainable Circus is an environmentally twisted collection of eco-motivated education, science and creativity relating to the sustainability of our planet. We are committed to helping spread facts, news, products and easy practices on sustainable living throughout the world by focusing on educating today’s and future generations on the the basics of simple, sustainable concepts and healthy living. The Sustainabile Circus is certain that the show
We all know that this next generation is not inheriting the best situation in terms of the condition of our environment. Many believe that this generation will be faced with critical, pivotal decisions if we're going to keep this beautiful, miracle of a blue Planet safe for Humans to live, eat See's Candy, go to the movies or play tag. Through hands on discovery and adventures in a natural setting we are fostering a reconnection, both physically and mentally to our planet. One of our main goals is to promote conservation efforts and think creatively about not being wasteful in a fun and collaborative way.
“We have shifted our culture from one
that is engaged in a healthy, interactive,
imaginative way to one that is inwardly facing, sedentary and expecting
things to be fed to us.”
'Dr. Michael Rich, Director of the Center of Media and Child Health, Children’s Hospital Boston, Associate Professor, Harvard
Medical School and School of Public Healt
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"Going into nature changes how your brain works; it reduces stress levels and boosts measures of well being", - David Strayer, a professor of psychology at the University of Utah, who studies cognition and nature.
“For a child to understand something he must construct it for himself, he must reinvent it … if future individuals are to be formed who are capable of creativity and not simply repetition.”
Get Out There!
Download and read the National Wildlife Federation presentation on thethe benefits of being in nature.
“According to Cal Tech’s Jet Propulsion Lab, interviews of all potential candidates
include questions about their play experiences as children, because they’ve found a direct correlation between hands-on play and superior problem-solving skills."