Gemstones and jewelry have been intertwined with human culture for thousands of years. Whether we are wearing feathers and shells or rubies and gold, beautiful adornments have always held meaning and value. Throughout history, jewelry serves as offering, trophy, amulet, and art. It symbolizes fertility, status, and love, and marks milestones, commitments, and lineage. And, most practically, it is a means of holding and transferring wealth. Trace the journey of an emerald ring, diamond tiara, or string of pearls, and you will trace the flow of wealth and power across space and time. Jewelry is Wearable Wealth In the ancient world, the line between jewelry and money was blurred. People wore jewelry as a way of carrying and protecting their...
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Environmental education has been considered an additional or elective subject in much of traditional K-12 curriculum . At the elementary school level, environmental education can take the form of science enrichment curriculum, natural history field trips, community service projects, and participation in outdoor science schools. EE policies assist schools and organizations in developing and improving environmental education programs that provide citizens with an in-depth understanding of the environment. School related EE policies focus on three main components: curricula, green facilities, and training.
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