Pāvels Baks un Kamilla Jefimova, Latvia, 15 years
Young Reporters for the Environment (YRE) is one out of five programmes run by Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE). The YRE programme aims to empower young people aged 11-25 to take a stand on environmental issues they feel strongly about and to give them a platform to articulate these issues through the media of writing, photography or video.
CLEANING FOR HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT
By Andrea Takácsová Slovakia Cleaning and personal care products usually contain various chemicals that can negatively affect our health. Some can cause allergic reactions, hormonal changes and even developmental disorders in children. Their use also […]
THE ROSE’S SECRET: A GIFT OF CARBON DIOXIDE
By Lucia Kľučárová, Slovakia Roses are readily available throughout the year, and a bunch of roses is a common gift for various occasions. We can buy them not only in flower shop […]
Made to be eaten, not thrown away
Agnese Dzene, Jūlija Grjevska, Latvia, 18, 19 years
“I’m suffocating,” our earth is screaming “but you aren’t listening.”
Estere Felicita Žukovska, Latvia, 14 years By producing plastic waste, our earth is slowly burning due to climate change. And suffocating under all the plastic that we humans throw into nature. So […]
The end of a boat – The beginning of garbage
By Keita Nikola Kučinska, Latvia, 12 years Once there was a fish factory in Kolka, a village on the Baltic Sea. Now prosperity has turned into ruins. It is the end of […]
If all forests in Latvia are cut down, the forest area will not change or even will increase – what is happening to our forests?
Monta Heidemane, Latvia, 17 years old Latvia can be proud of its forests which cover more than 50% of the country’s territory, Latvian forests are doing excellent, they are managed sustainably – […]
Young people: the key to resolving global problems
Written by Ella and Finlay, Switzerland, 15 years old The world is currently facing several new challenges, including climate change; as a result, the planet needs new ideas. Switzerland is starting to […]
Urban planning and sustainable development: the eternal dilemma for modern towns and cities
Written by Giliane, Loan et Loïc, Switzerland, 17-19-23 years old In 2023, more than ever before, a frenetic race to reconcile ecology and urban space is underway. As a UNESCO-protected town that […]
Can Geneva’s water help protect the climate?
By Amine S. and Julien.C, Switzerland, 17 years old Today, more and more people drink tap water, which has increasingly been made available to households over the years, making access to it […]