Development based on sustainable environment management where young people participate meaningfully.
To propel young people to actively participate in making climate change, ecosystem management and sustainable development locally relevant.
The amount of water on Earth is constant, and continually recycled over time: some of the water you drink will have passed through a dinosaur.
27,000 trees are felled each day for toilet paper.
There is no known scientific way of predicting earthquakes. The most reliable method is to count the number of missing cats in the local paper: if it trebles, an earthquake is imminent.
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