Youth Guide to the Ocean

Youth Guide to the Ocean is launched


This week an educational resource about the ocean was launched for schools, youth groups and other curious young learners, entitled the Youth Guide to the Ocean. 

This informative guide was jointly developed by PML and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) on behalf of the Youth and United Nations Global Alliance (YUNGA).

It explores the ocean from the coastal zones to the frozen poles, the deep sea to the open ocean. It takes a close look at the physical features and natural processes that shape the incredible plant and animal life found underwater as well as beasties exposed by the tides. The guide also demonstrates the many benefits the ocean provides us, discusses the negatives impacts we unfortunately have on the ocean and explains how good management can help protect and conserve the ocean and ocean life.

At the end of the Guide, inspiring examples of youth-led initiatives are provided, and an easy-to-follow action plan aims to help readers develop their own ocean conservation activities and projects.  

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