Learning for Sustainability Scotland offer a interactive webinar in partnership with Youthlink Scotland on 12 May 4-5pm. This explores how to work with young people to envision and co-create a sustainable future in their own communities, and to become active change agents. Join to explore how to Co-create a Fair [...]
YouthLink Scotland have created the Scottish Youth Climate Declaration endorsement pack, a handy toolkit for youth workers to support young people to share their vision of a greener, fairer world. This resource provides advice and a framework to support co-design and evaluation.
NatureScot has published the Youth Survey Report on the NatureScot website. The survey asked questions regarding what a nature-rich Scotland looks like to young people, their ability to contribute to this vision, what the barriers are to achieving this, and how NatureScot could help overcome these barriers. The report includes [...]
The Youth Council consists of twelve young people across the UK aged between 16-25 who are passionate about the environment and wildlife. They help engage other young people with the outdoors and provide their views and perspectives on our projects and experiences. It's a great chance to gain experience for [...]
Re:Green is a conservation and youth leadership programme for 18-24-year olds taking place in remote areas of the Scottish Highlands on 2 and 4 week placements. Young people will help restore Scottish Rainforest, get a crash course on climate campaigning, and take on some of the UK’s most challenging and [...]
A new fund worth £15,000 has been established to support projects that promote young people’s connection to nature and community, and inspire environmental awareness to address biodiversity loss and climate change. The Cairngorms Youth Local Action Group (Youth LAG), a sub group of the Cairngorms Trust, is responsible for the [...]
Youthlink Scotland’s Learning for Sustainability team has developed a new resource for youth workers. Where to Start? Creating a legacy for COP26, aims to help youth workers support young people build on the momentum gained from COP26, and take the next steps in their climate social action.