Source: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2013, Jennifer Corriero and Ping Ya-Lee, TakingITGlobal, "The Youth Guide to Biodiversity" 1st Edition (Chapter 13) Youth and United Nations global Alliance. Reproduced with permission.
Chapter 13. Verbatim.
Now that you have read through the Six Simple Steps Towards Change, you are ready to lead your own biodiversity action project to success. Remember that these steps are only guidelines and you may want to set your own path. There is no perfect system or path to success because each situation is unique.
Every action project you start is a learning journey that will challenge you to problem-solve and to develop your own skills and talents. Don’t forget to take the time to document and reflect on your progress. Keeping good records will help you to learn from your experience and it will also help you to share what you learned with other people at home and abroad. As a young biodiversity champion, you can help other youth to reflect and get inspired to start their own action projects.Learn more
:: African Youth Initiative on Climate Change: www.ayicc.net
:: Biodiversity Matters: www.biodiversitymatters.org
:: Elluminate Inc.: www.elluminate.com
:: Elluminate Fire & Ice: www.elluminate.com/fire_ice/media.jsp
:: Farmers for the Future: farmersforthefuture.ning.com
:: The Green Wave: greenwave.cbd.int
:: Guide to Action: Simple Steps Towards Change, TakingITGlobal (2006): www.tigweb.org/action/guide/online.html
:: HabitatNet: www1.sprise.com/shs/habitatnet/default.htm
:: International Year of Biodiversity: www.cbd.int/2010
:: Mt. Kenya Youth Initiative for Ecosystem Restoration: www.mkyier.org
:: TakingITGlobal: www.takingitglobal.org
:: TakingITGlobal for Educators (TIG ed): www.tigweb.org/tiged
:: WAGGGS : wagggs.org