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To date, there are no youth-friendly publications that explore the relationship between biodiversity and our lifestyles. This guidebook explores the dimensions of global biological and cultural diversity, as well as helps youth to develop essential skills while engaging with biodiversity.
This publication was designed to assist teachers, public authorities, youth groups, and NGOs in delivering information on sustainable consumption.
The outcome of this synthesis is a suite of learning aims, strategies and case-study curricula that can empower people to transform cities, towns and villages into eco-settlements. The framework also guides and informs the development of new educational policies that promote the capacity building for sustainable buildings and construction (SBC).
This guide showcases some of UNEP's many programmes and resources that support the important work of environmental education and training.
A Handbook of Key Environmental Issues and Concepts This handbook seeks to equip African journalists with an information tool for environmental reporting. It covers the following topics:
Supporting Universities to Respond to Environment, Sustainable Development and Climate Change Challenges
A Strategy and Action Planning for the Decade 2005 - 2014 This Strategy presents the required strategic elements and the associated actions necessary for UNEP to play its role in meeting the goals of the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development (DESD). It further paves the way for UNEP's active engagement in the International Implementation Scheme of the DESD; particularly on the environment component of Education for Sustainable Development.
A Sourcebook for Integrating REDD+ into Academic Programmes Tackling the issues of climate change requires a wide array of expertise and innovative ideas as well as an understanding of both the policy elements and the scientific facts related to the most challenging phenomenon of our time.
The dynamic nature of environmental information calls for concerted, consistent and informed environmental reporting. This handbook amplifies the call and presents journalists with the tools of delivering such reporting. The handbook is a product of comprehensive consultations, reviews and effective partnership between UNEP and the Africa Network of Environmental Journalists (ANEJ).