Young Reporters for the Environment
YRE gives young people aged 11-25 a platform to research environmental issues and promote solutions through investigative reporting, photography, and video journalism.
On the map you can see the organisations that operate the Young Reporters for the Environment programme in the different member countries.
Our projects engage young people to tell stories about the world and environment.
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Join YRE in supporting Running Out of Time, a 7,767 km non-stop relay from Glasgow, Scotland (Host of COP26) to Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt (Host of COP27). 732 stages, 38 days and 18 countries, this is the longest EVER relay in the name of climate action!
Starting on September 30th, runners, cyclists and sailors will work together to deliver the relay baton containing a powerful climate message to the decision makers at COP27 on November 6th.
The Global Schools Action Day is on November 3rd and there are plenty of exciting ways to get involved! Simply register your school and you’ll receive everything you need!
Check out our Webinars!
Foundation for Environmental Education is running a series of webinars which will help students, teachers and educators develop their skills and knowledge within a range of topics related to Education for Sustainable Development.
Find more information and register for free here.
The Foundation for Environmental Education has launched FEE Academy, an online learning platform offering a number of free courses for students, teachers and National Operators. The YRE programme currently has two courses available, with four more on the way!
You can learn more here and sign up to FEE Academy today!