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CHALLENGE 3 Biodiversity Challenge Badge

29th Mar 2013

YUNGA is officially launched this   badge for international year of biodiversity almost 2 years ago. It is intended for children and young people from 5 to 20 years of age. It is designed to show the crucial role of biodiveraity  plays for life on our planet, and motivates young people to atop thr treats against it
Developed in collaboration with United Nations agencies, civil society and other organizations, the United Nations challenge badges are intended to raise awareness, educate and motivate young people to change their behaviour and be active agents
of change in their local communities. The challenge badge series can be used by teachers in school classes and by youth leaders, and especially Guide or Scout groups.
Now İt is your turn
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Badge structure
activities are divided intofour main sections:
Our Air
Our Water
Our Land
Our World
To earn the badge, participants must complete two activities from each category. The first or second activity listed in each category  must be completed by everyone as it provides an overview to the topics. These compulsory activities are best done in a group. Individuals can then choose from the list of optional activities the ones that are most relevant and interesting to them.This badge has lots of different kinds of activities to appeal to young people all around the world, surrounded by lots of different forms of biodiversity, and with different levels of access to resources and technologies. Not all activities will be possible in all parts of the world: it’s hard to explore tidal pools when you’re far from the ocean, or to play online biodiversity games when you don’t have a high-speed internet connection. Be sure to choose activities that are relevant and can be done in your area.
 
http://www.wagggsworld.org/en/grab/21432/1/1biodiversity-challenge-badge...