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YUNGA Youth Guides

YUNGA Youth Guides are designed to complement our Challenge Badges, giving you even deeper insights into core topics. They allow you to explore each theme more closely, building a detailed understanding of the issues at hand and the ways in which you can get involved. They also contain links to additional resources and information so you can keep learning independently.

Take a look at the YUNGA Youth Guide to Biodiversity; it examines biodiversity, the benefits it offers us, the threats it faces, and what actions we can take to protect it. We also have the Youth Guide to Forests, which covers different forest biomes, forest uses and services, the threats facing forests and sustainable forest management to help protect forests around the world and the Youth Guide to the Ocean that illustrates the many wonders of the ocean, what the ocean does for us and what we are doing to the ocean. At the end of the Guides you’ll find a simple but effective strategy  for setting up an action plan to undertake your very own conservation project. What are you waiting for? Get involved!

The Youth Guide to Climate Change is currently being developed and will be available shortly. To stay up to date with all new releases from YUNGA, join our mailing list by emailing yunga@fao.org.

Mexican Haditas (aged 6-9) salute the Youth Guide to Biodiversity.
Mexican Boy Scouts with the Youth Guide to Biodiversity.