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Cities contain a lot of biodiversity, it is important that we protect it because we need it for our quality of life, our clean air, our food and water and our mental health. Make space for nature. This booklet contains 52 suggestions on how to support urban biodiversity throughout the year.
Challenge your friends to a game about biodiversity. You will learn some interesting things about nature and how to protect it along the way. Why not paint some pebbles different colours and use them for counters or maybe you have even better ideas. Let your imagination go wild.
Take this quiz on climate issues and become a climate hero!
Try your hand at the climate action board game available in all EU languages!
These 2-4 minutes videos invite you to discover various climate-related topics, such as causes and consequences of climate change, EU climate action, Paris Agreement, climate neutrality by 2050, etc.
The EU is committed to the Paris Agreement on climate change which was reached on 12 December 2015. The agreement presents an action plan to limit global warming to 'well below' 2°C and it covers the period from 2020 onwards.
More than 90% of Europeans want the EU to combat climate change. See in this video how the European Green Deal aims at transforming the way we live, work and move and at making the EU the world’s first climate-neutral continent.
Ten initiatives for a modern and clean economy: the Juncker Commission's contribution to the One Planet Summit, Paris, 12 December 2017
'We would need at least four planets to maintain our present way of life, production and consumption. But we only have one. So now is the time for us all to come together and act for our planet. Tomorrow will be too late.' Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission.
Explore, collate and create your own sea map.
Learn more about Europe's seas and coasts, their environment, related human activities and European policies
In these 30-45 seconds interviews, young students between 11 and 16 years old, give their views on climate change and tell about the actions they do in their daily lives to combat it.
Challenge your friends and family and get to know more about the different types of pollinators, their importance for humanity and their risk of extinction. The more you know about these wonderful and precious creatures, the bigger your chances of winning!
This educational online tool is based on information contained in “Our Planet, Our Future: fighting climate change together” brochure, which explains what the European Union is doing to tackle one of the greatest problems facing mankind today and how we can all do our bit to fight climate change. Browse through the interactive pages and learn more about it!