Please read this overview document first to understand the different
components of this module.
This presentation explains some of the actions youth can take both within their own
communities and their future careers to respond to the challenge of climate change.
A giant board game where the 'community team' has to take individual or community
actions to prioritise resources and protect themselves against the 'hazard team'
Starts as a sit-down preparation discussion that evolves into a physical game
where players frantically race to complete actions before a disaster strikes.
A quick team-based strategy game that teaches players how to combat dengue
fever by taking on the role of either humans or mosquitos.
A set of educational games to teach children when, why and how to wash their
hands with soap and water.
Video explaining how to design and carry out 'flash mobs' - organised gatherings of people
in public places performing coordinated actions and speech to communicate public messages.
Y-Adapt is an interactive games based curriculum with 7 sessions that build on each other
to explore key concepts of climate change, extreme weather, hazards and vulnerabilities.
UNICEF Office of Research report sharing children's perspectives on the
global debate on how to mitigate climate change and adapt to its impacts.
Y-Adapt is an interactive games based curriculum with 7 sessions that build on each
other to explore key concepts of climate change, extreme weather, hazards and vulnerabilities.
Five simple actions that National Societies can implement that will benefit the safety,
livelihoods, health, attitudes and quality of life of people at risk from the impacts of climate change.
Practical advice and guidance on public messaging and information related to the safety
of communities at risk and to mitigate the impact of shocks, hazards and disasters.
A practical checklist to help local community leaders and DRR practitioners consider
future climate risks and contribute to climate change adaptation.
Explains the main characteristics of the landscape approach to DRR and suggests
seven steps when adopting the approach.
Teaching toolkit for setting up and running a school garden.
Case studies from the United Nations Joint Framework Initiative on Children,Youth
and Climate Change of actions carried out by youth across the world to respond to climate change.
Collection of 9 case studies of initiatives to protect children from the danger of
climate change around the world.
A message from the Red Cross Youth of the Pacific on how climate change is impacting them,
how they are already taking action to adapt but call for urgent support from the rest of the world.
The Y-Adapt curriculum originally developed in the Philippines with Phillipines Red Cross,
Plan International and Engagement Lab is now being piloted with the Haitian Red Cross.
The global launch of pilots of the Y-Adapt programme for engagement of young people
in action on climate change took place in Haiti in October 2017.
As Red Cross youth from around the world complete the Y-Adapt programme their
adaptation cards will be uploaded onto this interactive world map.
Listen to children from across the world share how climate change is impacting them and
the actions they are taking to adapt by Children in a Changing Climate Coalition [9.58]