Vol 4 No 4
the UNEPMagazine for Youth is available at
United Nations Environment Programme(UNEP)PO Box 30552, Nairobi, Kenya
(254 20) 7621 234
(254 20) 7623 927
Director of Publication
Karen Eng and Claire Hastings
Preetam Alex, India; NinaBest, Brazil; Luis Carlos Cámpiz Mercado,Colombia; Pedro Chaffe, Brazil; Fika Fawzia,Indonesia; Manisha Ganeshan, India; AlfredoGersava Jr, Philippines; Margaret Koli, Kenya;Marina Mansilla Hermann, Argentina; TanyaMowbray, United Kingdom; Julien Paquin,France; Gabriel Rocha, Colombia; Elissa Smith,Canada; Renny Turangga, Indonesia
Julia Horsch, Bayer;Barbara Kingsolver; Martin Palmer, Vicky Finlayand Xaoxin He, ARC; Rosey Simonds and DavidWoollcombe, Peace Child International
Daniel López Zamora, Ecuador
Edward Cooper, Ecuador
Head, UNEP’s Children and Youth/Sport andEnvironment Unit
Theodore ObenPrinted in the United Kingdom
The contents of this magazine do not necessarilyreflect the views or policies of UNEPor the editors, norare they an official record. The designations employedand the presentation do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNEPconcerning the legal status of any country, territory orcity or its authority, or concerning the delimitation of itsfrontiers or boundaries.The non-copyrighted contents of this magazine may bereprinted without charge provided that TUNZA and theauthor or photographer concerned are credited as thesource and the editors are notified in writing and senta voucher copy.TUNZA welcomes articles, reviews, illustrations andphotos for publication but cannot guarantee that theywill be published. Unsolicited manuscripts, photo-graphs and artwork will not be returned.
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Thinking about everything
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Bridging the generation gap
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UNEPand Bayer, the German-basedinternational enterprise involved inhealth care, crop science andmaterials science, are working together to strengthen young people’s environmental awarenessand engage children and youth inenvironmental issues worldwide.
A partnership agreement lays down abasis for UNEPand Bayer, who havecollaborated on projects in the Asiaand Pacific region for nearly 10 years,to step up current projects, transfersuccessful initiatives to othercountries and develop new youthprogrammes. Projects include:TUNZA Magazine, the InternationalChildren’s Painting Competition onthe Environment, the Bayer YoungEnvironmental Envoy in Partnershipwith UNEP, the UNEPTunzaInternational Youth/Children’sConference, youth environmentalnetworks in Asia Pacific, Africa andLatin America, the Asia-Pacific Eco-Minds forum and a photo competition,‘Ecology in Focus’, in Eastern Europe.