The #NatureForAll Playbook offers suggestions and possibilities, but also emphasizes the importance of knowing yourself or your organization, and connecting on your own terms—inspiring the love and support for Nature that will lead to increased action for its conservation now and into the future.
This Youth Voices Curriculum Sourcebook for younger generations, aims to infuse nature into teaching and learning endeavors, to help (re)connect children and youth with nature, and to inspire their passion and action for its conservation now and into the future. This Sourcebook is intended as a flexible tool to complement and enhance existing school curricula. The activities are versatile and intended to be useful to teachers around the globe, even considering the realities of varying access to resources like time, materials, and technology. Most activities are low-tech or no-tech.
Anna's Forest focuses on the need to protect life on land (SDG #15). After Anna’s father finds out that he is facing some serious health concerns, enhanced by the pollution in the city, she and her family temporarily move to the countryside. Initially, Anna and her younger brother are uneasy about leaving their life in the city, but with time they come to experience a special connection with nature.
Annie Sunbeam and Friends concentrates on life below water (SDG #14). In the comic, Annie, the heroic leader of the intergalactic, cross-species Solution to Pollution Crew, is an interplanetary being, with extraordinary powers and extraterrestrial technology. Annie decides to travel to earth in her Space Cab for a nice and relaxing vacation.