A series of trainings, tools, reports and other resources are developed in collaboration with children and young people to advance children’s environmental rights.


Our Rights, Our Planet Training

A free training for young people to learn about and stand up for their environmental rights! It is available online and offline and features interviews with activists, scientists and experts from around the world, animated lessons, as well as an interactive game.


Guidance on reporting to the Committee on the Rights of the Child

This tool provides guidance on reporting of children’s environmental rights for States’ periodic reviews under the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC). It can also be used to support reporting with other environmental agreements, such as the Paris Agreement and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It is available in English, French and Spanish.

Child-friendly guidance on reporting to the Committee on the Rights of the Child

A guide for children to tell the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child about their Right to a Healthy and Safe Environment.

Escazú Agreement: a toolkit for young people and a child-friendly brochure

The Regional Agreement on Access to Information, Public Participation and Access to Justice in Environmental Matters in Latin America and the Caribbean (Escazú Agreement) is well suited to strengthen children’s access to information, participation and justice in environmental matters in the regional context of Latin America and the Caribbean. The development of a youth and child-friendly version of the Escazu Agreement will not only assist Latin American and Caribbean States in strengthening children’s capacity to respond to environmental challenges, it will also help them comply with their duties under the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, which includes the rights to information and environmental education, to be heard and to effective remedies, and the rights to freedom of expression, association and assembly. 



A series of outcome reports from regional intergenerational consultations with children, young people, decision-makers and other key stakeholders across the world on their environmental rights were produced. Reports will inform a Global Charter on Children’s Rights, the Environment and Climate Change, a set of key guiding principles on children’s rights and the environment for States and other stakeholders.

Latin America and Caribbean

East Asia and Pacific

North America

Sub-Saharan Africa