Build a World without Hunger and Poverty is a FAO youth-dedicated Web site with information and news on FAO activities. The Web site is in Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Italian and Spanish.
Feeding Minds Fighting Hunger is an international classroom for exploring the problems of hunger, malnutrition and food insecurity. It is designed to equip and encourage teachers, students and young people all over the world to actively participate in creating a world free from hunger. The site is in Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Swahili.
The European Network of Excellence for Ocean Ecosystems Analysis (EUR-OCEANS) organized the Europeans schools film contest that received a great range of creative videos regarding global change on marine ecosystems.
YOUTH VISIONING FOR ISLAND LIVING 2010, Youth Visioning for Island Living is a UNESCO capacity building initiative that aims to empower young people in small islands to make a difference. Through Youth Visioning, enthusiastic and dedicated young people work on projects dealing with the interlinkages between HIV/AIDS and human rights. (Deadline for applications extended to 30 June 2010)
Our Climate, Our Children, Our Responsibility The implications of climate change for the world’s children is a publication developed by the UK Committee for UNICEF. It provides an analysis on climate change, drawing attention to the specific risks faced by children, who are more vulnerable and in no way responsible for their position.
What scorching weather! is a colourful publication of the European Commission that explains global heating and climate change in an interesting and fun way. Available in different languages.