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  • Art Competitions


Competitions of drawing, sculptures, baking, photography, etc. are all ways to honor specific natural spaces or species to protect.

That is what we did during the drawing contest themed “The Forest,” organized by the Young Ambassadors for the Environment for International Forest Day. We hope to continue these to encourage young people to use their artistic skills to celebrate nature.

  • A fundraising race


Grab your sneakers!

Organizing a youth race or a race for the general public would be a great way to fundraise for the Young Ambassadors for the Environment. The registration fee and the profits from food stands on site would be intended to finance the projects of the Young Ambassadors. Beside the race, there would be a presentation of our projects for the protection of nature that can be financed by the funds collected.

  • Presentations on our YouTube Channel


Our YouTube channel is an effective form of communication designed to spread information and tutorial videos to raise awareness amongst young people of environmental issues and the protection of ecosystems, and also to promote our NGO to encourage even more young people to join.

Young people can request content that they would like to see on this channel and can also send us their questions on environmental subjects so that we can answer them in FAQs.

  • Developing an Agriculture and Greening Project

Launching a nature restoration campaign with tree and hedge planting, creation of gardens and shared vegetable gardens, mini-boxes, and markers to avoid animal nesting and sleeping places, etc. is our goal to reintroduce nature where it has disappeared.

Within the framework of this approach, blue and green lines can thus be created to allow the circulation of animal and plant species in natural spaces in urban and suburban places from one area to another.

The projects are within everyone’s reach!

Only 5 steps are necessary to carry out a greening project, for example:

  1. Gather a minimum of five young people and potentially a specialized organization

  2. Find a free space

  3. Formalize, write up, and send a folder to the city council and to owners or co-owners of private spaces to ask for permission to green public spaces.

  4. Once the folder is accepted, sign an authorization form to occupy the space and a greening charter - a possible supply of material the city council or the association accompanying the project would need can be considered

  5. Design, operate, and maintain the space

  • Collecting Litter


Modeling the ecological challenge “Garges Clean Challenge,” led by young people of Garges-lès-Gonesse, we hope to:

  • Gather young people to pick up litter in natural spaces

  • Communicate the results of the collection and the objectives reached on the Young Ambassadors for the Environment website and social networks.

  • Challenge other young people or universities to do the same by naming them on these networks.

  • Recycling Green Waste


As Young Ambassadors for the Environment, we hope to create a community that is both aware of the potential of green waste composting and mobilized to convince other youth and citizens to get a compost bin at their house. In this process, the request to install compost bins can be made to city councils to install composters on campus, within university residences, in natural spaces, and within targeted neighborhoods. In addition to these compost bins, there are also those that have been acquired by individuals that have already been aware of our community of young ambassadors engaged in this cause.

  • Reintroducing Pollinators in Cities


Pollinating insects play a key role in the reproduction of species of vegetables and initiate many biological processes that are essential to the sustainability of flora. While the concentration of human activities in urban and suburban areas tends to increase the vulnerability of insects, we hope to develop a project to reintroduce these small fauna. A project of planters and artificial habitats such as insect hotels or beehives (in partnership with a beekeeper) could accommodate the greater diversity of pollinator families within cities.

  • Collect unsold food from local stores and organize its distribution to students


Every week, members of the student association Make a Difference (MaD) go to the Corvisart market to collect unsold food. In addition to avoiding waste, they offer other students free fruits and vegetables on a self-service basis.

In the wake of the initiative of these young students, we hope, as Young Ambassadors, to set up a project to collect unsold food to distribute to students on campus, either in solitary associations or residents of specific neighborhoods.

Fighting against waste and giving pride to healthy and local products are eco-responsible ways to preserve the environment and honor the products that nature has to offer.

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