Climate and Environment

Welcome to UNICEF’s resource hub for climate and environment resources, with access to featured publications, quick links, case studies, partners, and a database of our climate and environment related publications.

 

Learn more about:​
 

  • UNICEF’s work supporting safe and clean environments for children and young people around the world.​

  • UNICEF’s work in supporting climate-resilience across child-critical sectors.​

  • UNICEF’s advocacy for climate and environment policies for and with children and young people.​

 

At COP27, UNICEF will be calling on governments, decision makers, and other stakeholders to join us through urgent action to: ​

 

PROTECT the health, safety, learning and opportunities of every child by adapting the critical social services they rely on – water and sanitation (WASH), health, education, nutrition, social protection and child protection – so they are resilient to the immediate and expected impacts of climate change.​

 

PREPARE children and young people to live in a climate-changed world by improving their ‘adaptive capacity’, ensuring their voices are heard and acted on, and their education and skills are enhanced so they can participate in creating a sustainable future.​

 

PRIORITIZE children and young people in climate funding and resources. Adaptation and resilience building remains critically underfunded and under resourced yet saves and protects lives.

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