Youth4Nature (Y4N) is a by-youth, for-youth, international non-profit organisation. We educate, equip, & establish youth as leaders on system-wide solutions for the nature and climate crises that are rooted in traditional & scientific knowledge and are grounded in intergenerational justice. We mobilise at global, regional, & local scales, through capacity-building, knowledge-sharing &storytelling. We invite you to learn more about our work and get involved!

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Faces of Forestry | XV World Forestry Congress

The Faces of Forestry: A Living Library campaign launched at the XV World Forestry Congress in South Korea, in May 2022.

Videography by Maria Cecilia Mena. This campaign is a product of the XV World Forestry Congress Youth Coalition, supported by the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) and led by Y4N.

To access individual stories on Y4N storymap please click the following link: https://t.ly/iwrr

To learn more about Faces of Forestry – A living library on the WorldForestVoices podcast click this link: https://t.ly/iwrr

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Youth4Nature 2022 Impact Report

Let's Be Part of Each Other's Stories 2023 Fundraising Pitch

Private Sector Toolkit

Global Youth Position Statement on Nature-based Solutions

[Multilingual] The Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework: A Y4N Perspectvie

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'22 COPs Micro-Stories Competition

As part of our engagement activities for the UNFCCC’s COP27 in Egypt and the UNCBD’s COP15 in Canada/China, the Storytelling Programme is inviting Y4N team members, storytellers and partners to be part of a micro-stories competition. The focus is on global environmental governance, including agendas and meetings through which countries come together to discuss the best ways to tackle climate change and biodiversity loss.

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