Generation Restoration is the youth arm of the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration (2021 – 2030) and will rally young restorers ready to take leadership roles in climate action efforts and ensure that changes are made towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.
The youth generation will be most affected by the climate crisis, yet at the same time, they are the generation that is already taking bold action.
In the lead-up to the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration (2021 – 2030), Generation Restoration, a new program being developed by the Youth in Landscapes Initiative (YIL), GLF, and the leading organizations of the UN Decade, aims to increase young people’s involvement in restoration activities at all levels.
Generation Restoration’s main objectives are to:
- Mainstream restoration activities in global youth movements;
- Develop a thriving community of practice;
- Increase opportunity for youth employment in ecosystem restoration activities.
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In order to reach these objectives, Generation Restoration will focus on:
Networking and Collaborating
Generation Restoration will enable networking among youth with similar ideas, supporting knowledge sharing and new collaborations.
Youth involved in the program will not only develop skills but will share their knowledge with thousands of peers.
Grants and Funding
Connection with new partners will increase the opportunity for youth to scale up their projects, or to take part in global restoration projects.
Outreach and Engagement
Outside youth networks will be identified, in order to develop collective action toward restoration.
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