join the Young reporters of the environment programme, make a difference!

Young Reporters for the Environment (YRE) is one out of five programmes run by Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE). The programme aims to empower young people to take an educated stand on environmental issues they feel strongly about and to give them a platform to articulate these issues through the media of writing, photography or video. The programme offers young generations a chance to make their voices heard while improving their writing and presentation skills.

FIND YOUR national Operator Running YRe

Find out if your country already runs Young Reporters for the Environment: simply search on the map below or contact your national FEE member to get involved straight away. If your country does not have a representative for the Foundation for Environmental Education and its programmes yet, perhaps you could be the one to join the ranks of our world-renowned organisation. Please see our Becoming a Member section on the FEE website for more information or click on the button below.

ADVANTAGES of YRE

The advantages of the Young Reporters for the Environment programme are many and varied: from the primary objectives of environmental protection and education for sustainable development, to the rewards such accreditation brings in the form of more awareness and a higher level of environmental responsibility among the participants and those they influence in their community.

  • An opportunity to receive corporate funding by running campaigns in collaboration with the Head Office and corporate partners

  • The right to market a programme that the operating organisation runs as endorsed by UNEP, UNESCO and the European Environment Agency among others

 

 

  • An opportunity to engage students, increase their environmental knowledge, and cultivate critical behavior

  • Investing in the future of the operating organisation as a result of raising the profile of what they do among students – tomorrow’s leaders, supporters and advocates of their work