Our natural world is in danger and we need everybody – industry, businesses, governments, civil society and citizens - to come together and commit to ambitious action to save it. Young people in particular have the power to make a difference and to build a future where people can live in harmony with nature.
#TheGreenTrack campaign mobilises young people in the fight to protect and restore our natural world.
The Green Track Stops events amplify young voices and give visibility to their environmental activities, particularly those on biodiversity and nature protection.
As the Green Track campaign comes to a close, this is not the end of the journey. Participants in the Green Track are now calling on world leaders meeting at COP 15 to take action to protect nature in a video summarising the outcomes of the campaign.
#TheGreenTrack’s journey of 32 Green Track Stop events is nearly complete. Take a look at some highlights of the events here.
#TheGreenTrack aims to engage young people in the fight to create a greener and more sustainable future and to protect the planet’s biodiversity across the EU
#TheGreenTrack Youth engagement initiative announces its 36 Green Track Stops (youth-led events in the EU) to empower young people to act to protect nature.
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Putting nature and biodiversity on the path to recovery
Reducing pressure on natural resources and creating sustainable growth and jobs
Reducing pollution to levels no longer harmful to human health and the environment
Minimising the impact of human activity on the environment through sustainable lifestyles
Supporting efforts to mitigate and adapt to our changing climate
Learn about the challenges we face, the work being done to tackle them, and how you can get involved.