Check out these useful documents related to climate change:
- Climate Change, Take action now! A guide to supporting the local actions of children and youth people, with special emphasis on girls and young women published by Alliance of Youth CEOs and Unicef
- WAGGGS/FAO/CBD Biodiversity Challenge Badge curriculum
- The WAGGGS delegation put together a key message document on young women and climate change for the UN Climate Change Conference COP 15.
- Check the entries on WAGGGS in the media after the UN Climate Change Conference COP15 in December 2009 in Copenhagen.
- To find out what impact youth has as a vital stakeholder in climate change negotiations you can download these two reports: Youthclimate: the movement coming of age published by the UNFCCC youth constituency and Youth Participation in the UNFCCC negotiation process published by the UNFCCC secretariat.
- Have a look at the declaration on climate change adopted by the young participants at the Tunza Children and Youth Conference in Daejeon (Republic of Korea), as part of the global UN-wide 'Seal the Deal!' campaign, 20 August 2009.
- The WAGGGS Advocacy Toolkit is the best resource to get your advocacy action going. It is useful for all levels: regional, national and local and contains a lot of concrete planning tools and good tips for the implementation.
- Read the statement made by Wangari Maathai at the 8th Africa Regional Conference in Zambia, June 2007.