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.
For some he is “The Steve Jobs of Sustainability” while we call him the “Living Legend of Sustainability” When we were about to leave the conference hall, we heard someone talking enthusiastically. […]
“IT IS NOT ENOUGH TO JUST TO SAY YOU WILL DO IT, BUT YOU HAVE TO SAY WE WILL DO IT.” During the WEEC2019 conference in the Bangkok city of Thailand, we […]
Written by Allison Gacad and originally published on The Ubyssey Julia Common, co-founder of the Vancouver-based non-profit Hives for Humanity, was first teased in 2014 with the question, “how do you know […]
Written by Allison Gacad, Canada When I was 5 years old, I said that I wanted to be a bird-watcher when I grew up. I didn’t know much about birds, but the […]
Written by Vinh Le, Canada My passion and concern for our environment started at a young age and became more instilled in me when I participated in the’ Next Green Journalist’ competition […]