“All on this island, we are stuck together to build our shared future. Our shared future on this great Island in space, and our home: Island Earth.”
Samantha shares Nature’s inspiration on Oahu Island in the latest installment of our Youth Ambassadors’ blog from the World Conservation Congress.
Read more at Island Earth.
“To connect to this land, we have to know this land and love this land. In the same way we understand that to connect to each other, we have to know each other and love each other.”
Read how this struck home with CCIUCN Youth Ambassador Elise at the Pre-Congress Young Professionals workshop on Big Island.
Join Caroline as she introduces us to Hawai’i and the IUCN World Conservation Congress. Read Aloha from Hawaii!
Our Youth Ambassadors are on their way to the Word Conservation Congress. Read Samantha’s first post: Flexibility is key
The Canadian Committee of IUCN (CCIUCN) is pleased welcome Samantha McBeth, Caroline Merner and Elise Pullar as our Youth Ambassadors for 2016/2017.
Samantha, Caroline and Elise competed with 111 other young people for these volunteer roles. They will be working with the CCIUCN to help our ongoing initiative to help connect youth to nature.
Their first tasks will revolve around the IUCN World Conservation Congress this September. If you are in Honolulu expect to see them at the Canadian Delegate Reception on September 2 and at the #NatureForAll pavilion among other places.
Meet Samantha, Caroline and Elise here and please follow them on the CCIUCN Youth Blog: https://cciucnyouth.wordpress.com/