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This is AN INVITATION about UN YUNGA climate change challenge. The ENGLİSH Spanish and Russian badge books are on YUNGA FB and web site. you can make some activities from the book and your scouts get a certificate from UN FAO also badges are available at WAGGGS shop. A list of activities follows Beyond this you may post your work on . Later I will be trying to arrange and exhibit them at Marrakesh Morocco Climate change COP c conference in late 2016. If I find a friend there to organize the exhibition. If this is not possible I will make an e-book for all climate change work done and pass it to contributors. May be even I get a change to print it in several languages. I wait your help to make at least an activity. If you can make two activities from each section you register to YUNGA website and receive your UN Certificate. I am sure that you all create activities on climate change and note that every activity counts if posted on scout org or YUNGA FB page with a photo of action (not a group photo and a few worlds about task done ACTIVITITES FROM UN FAO YUNGA CLIMATE CHALLENGE BADGE BOOK SECTION A WHAT İS SLİMATE CHANGE A.01 Creativity for climate. As a group, spend a day creating your own learning materials on climate change. These can be posters, leaflets, articles and even drawings and poems. .... A.16 Do any other activity OR Post any activity YOU done on climate change recently.... SECTION B CAUSES of climate change B.02 Film fun. As a group, watch a documentary about climate change such as An inconvenient truth or Chasing ice. Then discuss your impressions of the documentary. ... B.03 Futuristic art. How do you imagine your city or hometown will look in 100 years? How do you think climate change might affect it? What solutions will people come up with to deal with the effects of climate change? Let your imagination run wild and paint a picture of how you think things might turn out. At least you may make a drawing B.07 Climate charades. In a group, create a set of cards, each labeled with a climate-related word, such as “greenhouse gas”, “global warming” and “drought”. Be as creative as possible! Then mix all the cards up and split up into teams. Play a game of charades, where each person has to act out the word on their card, while their team has to guess what they are. SECTION C IMPACYS OF CLIMATE CHANGE C.02 Climate change and agriculture. Agriculture fisheries and forestry are fundamental to provide us with food and other resources. In addition, they are important sectors for the world economy, providing income for over 1 billion people around the world (Source: FAO). Discuss with your group how climate change could affect food production in your country and region. What options are there to ensure food security and rural employment? C.17 Do any other activity approved by your teacher or leader. L e v e l 1 2 3 ask to your old people around to tell you how was climate issues fifty years ago. SECTION DSOLUTİONS TO CLİMATE CHANGE D.01 Useful reuse. There are lots of ways to convert seemingly useless items into useful things. For example, you can use an empty toilet paper role to arrange bracelets OR You can try any other craft traditional işn your country using scrap material D.05 Climate games. Use the glossary at the end of this badge to play a game of “Climate Change Pictionary.” Create two or more teams and split the words up among the teams. If you don’t know the rules, you can find them at this Web site: game.html. SECTION E TAKE ACTION E.01 Climate Action Day. Hold a Climate Action Day in your community. Get permission to use space in a public park or square for the event. Put up posters illustrating various climate-related facts and figures, as well as tangible actions people can take to play their part in reducing climate change. E.02 Climate contest. Within your group, have a contest to see who can make the most changes in their everyday lives to be greener and more energy-efficient. E.04 Greeting cards. There are lots of occasions to send greeting cards to your friends and family – birthdays, festivities, the new year, or just to say ”hi”. This year, make your own greeting cards instead of buying them. Use recycled paper and explain at the back of the card that you used recycled paper and why this is important for climate change. NOTE:I have some 40 games to make a climate change activity and you can make hem and use on ths challenge The book is available on UN FAO YUNGA web site in 3 different languages. And I am preparing posters to be used in your vamps and events even in your meetings
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