Youths are the decision makers of tomorrow. Be it through their field of study, career path or lifestyle choices, they play an active role in shaping the society that we live in.
Through WWF youth engagement programmes, we encourage youths between 17 to 25 years old to voice their opinions, take action and lead in their own right. We provide opportunities for them to understand real-world challenges, better and showcase their skills, and guidance to build their sphere of influence. All these while also cultivating a sense of curiosity and humility to understand different perspectives.
Young Reporters for the Environment (YRE) provides youth between 11 to 25 years old a platform to speak up on environmental issues and take action through solutions-based journalism - reporting, photography, and video journalism. Our past years’ national YRE competition winners have also done us proud by having their entries recognised at the international YRE level. Read their winning entries here.
Their involvement in YRE also gave them the opportunities to attend international conferences such as CoP24, International Conference for Sustainability Education (ICSE) 2018 and World Environmental Education Congress (WEEC) 2019 as young reporters.
Coming soon in 2021!
Been wanting to learn about sustainability and build your own following and influence through social media, this incubator programme is just for you! Complete the form below to get updates when the programme is launched.