The urban way is characterized for definitive ambient transformations provoked by the fast growth and the lack of planning, which degrades the quality of life of its users. The landscape, resultant of the dynamic combination of elements physicist-chemistries, biological and antrpicos in constant evolution, considerably is affected by the sped up urban development. The recklessness of ambient factors important to the welfare of the man becomes the more artificial cities each time, fact this that implies in the reduction of the performance in the daily activities of the population. The urban landscape, when structuralized well, with the commanded presence of natural elements as the vegetation, it provides innumerable benefits to the community, which very go beyond its costs of implantation and maintenance. The parks, squares and other types of green areas, together with one adjusted arborization of streets collaborate with the improvement of the quality of air, reduction of the sonorous pollution, reduction of the energy consumption and increase of the thermal comfort in the urban centers, without considering the benefits aesthetic and psychological that the natural landscape promotes in the people. (. ' ' According to Sato, Michele 2003, we consider that the ambient education is a process of permanent learning, based in the respect to all the life forms. Such education affirms values and actions that contribute for the transformation social human being and for ecological preservation.

It socially stimulates the incorporation joust and ecologically balanced, that conserves between itself interdependence relations, and diversity. This requires local, national and planetary individual and collective responsibility in levels. One considers that the ambient education must generate, changes in the quality of life and greater conscience of personal behavior To develop the ambient concepts, to involve the children in the relative studies to the one of the cares that we must have with the Planet, of a general form is to make with that the pupils perceive that a small attitude is of utmost importance for the environment.