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    YUNGA for Youth (Youth and United Nations Global Alliance)
    Factsheet
    2013
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    The Youth and United Nations Global Alliance (YUNGA) was created in 2009 to educate youth on environmental matters. YUNGA works on a number of thematic areas including agriculture, biodiversity, climate change, energy, forests, food security, hunger, nutrition, oceans, water, and the Millennium Development Goals. Activities range from educational policy, awareness-raising, capacity building programmes, education materials, resource packs, international competitions, challenge badges and oth er programmes intended to inspire active participation.
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    The Youth Guide to Forests 2014
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    The Youth and United Nations Global Alliance (YUNGA) is a partnership between United Nations agencies, civil society organizations and other groups working with children and young people. YUNGA aims to empower children and young people to play an important role in society, encouraging them to become active agents of change. It does so by creating engaging educational resources, activities and opportunities for participation in areas of key environmental and social concern at the local to the int ernational level. The Youth Guide to Forests is part of YUNGA’s Learning and Action Series which seeks to raise awareness, educate and inspire young people to take action. The series also includes other educational resources and initiatives such as the United Nations Challenge Badges. The Youth Guide to Forests was jointly developed by CBD and FAO, with contributions and support from many other institutions and individuals. It is designed as an educational resource for schools, youth groups an d other curious young learners. This fact-filled Guide explores forests from the equator to the frozen poles, the depths of the rainforest to the mountain forests at high altitudes. It also demonstrates the many benefits that forests provide us with, discusses the negative impacts that humans unfortunately have on forests and explains how good management can help protect and conserve forests and forest biodiversity. At the end of the Guide, inspiring examples of youth-led initiatives are provide d, and an easy-to-follow action plan aims to help YOU develop your own forest conservation activities and projects.
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    Alliance Mondiale Jeunesse et Nations Unies (YUNGA) 2015
    L’Alliance Mondiale Jeunesse et Nations Unies (YUNGA) est un partenariat entre les agences des Nations Unies, des associations civiles et d’autres structures, qui développe des initiatives, ressources et opportunités pour les enfants et les jeunes afin qu’ils puissent apprendre, participer, et changer les choses.
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    Brochure, flyer, fact-sheet
    YUNGA for Youth (Youth and United Nations Global Alliance)
    Factsheet
    2013
    Also available in:

    The Youth and United Nations Global Alliance (YUNGA) was created in 2009 to educate youth on environmental matters. YUNGA works on a number of thematic areas including agriculture, biodiversity, climate change, energy, forests, food security, hunger, nutrition, oceans, water, and the Millennium Development Goals. Activities range from educational policy, awareness-raising, capacity building programmes, education materials, resource packs, international competitions, challenge badges and oth er programmes intended to inspire active participation.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Book (stand-alone)
    The Youth Guide to Forests 2014
    Also available in:

    The Youth and United Nations Global Alliance (YUNGA) is a partnership between United Nations agencies, civil society organizations and other groups working with children and young people. YUNGA aims to empower children and young people to play an important role in society, encouraging them to become active agents of change. It does so by creating engaging educational resources, activities and opportunities for participation in areas of key environmental and social concern at the local to the int ernational level. The Youth Guide to Forests is part of YUNGA’s Learning and Action Series which seeks to raise awareness, educate and inspire young people to take action. The series also includes other educational resources and initiatives such as the United Nations Challenge Badges. The Youth Guide to Forests was jointly developed by CBD and FAO, with contributions and support from many other institutions and individuals. It is designed as an educational resource for schools, youth groups an d other curious young learners. This fact-filled Guide explores forests from the equator to the frozen poles, the depths of the rainforest to the mountain forests at high altitudes. It also demonstrates the many benefits that forests provide us with, discusses the negative impacts that humans unfortunately have on forests and explains how good management can help protect and conserve forests and forest biodiversity. At the end of the Guide, inspiring examples of youth-led initiatives are provide d, and an easy-to-follow action plan aims to help YOU develop your own forest conservation activities and projects.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Brochure, flyer, fact-sheet
    Alliance Mondiale Jeunesse et Nations Unies (YUNGA) 2015
    L’Alliance Mondiale Jeunesse et Nations Unies (YUNGA) est un partenariat entre les agences des Nations Unies, des associations civiles et d’autres structures, qui développe des initiatives, ressources et opportunités pour les enfants et les jeunes afin qu’ils puissent apprendre, participer, et changer les choses.

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