Youth in sustainable development

The Youth Green X-Change (YGXC) programme which started this year with a seminar in April, was followed by a series of environmental-themed competitions for youths aged between 16 and 35.

The competitions were in photography, short film, essay and feature writing.

This week, the column shares with readers some of the amazing entries received for the photography competition.

 

HAPPINESS NO MONEY CAN BUY: Carefree and lucky kids enjoying the cool waters of a river, bringing back memories of our favourite childhood pastime - an experience that should be passed down to the next generation. -Photo By Liew Yong Fei, Kuching

HAPPINESS NO MONEY CAN BUY:
Carefree and lucky kids enjoying the cool waters of a river, bringing back memories of our favourite childhood pastime – an experience that should be passed down to the next generation. -Photo By Liew Yong Fei, Kuching

MORE THAN A TREE, IT’S HOME: Trees growing along Jalan Tun Abdul Rahman, Kuching stand tall and strong. Trees are home to many living beings hidden from the naked eye. It shelters and feeds birds, insects and microbes that balance the delicate ecosystem. - Photo By Ken Wong, Kuching

MORE THAN A TREE, IT’S HOME: Trees growing along Jalan Tun Abdul Rahman, Kuching stand tall and strong. Trees are home to many living beings hidden from the naked eye. It shelters and feeds birds, insects and microbes that balance the delicate ecosystem. – Photo By Stephanie Fossillian, Kuching

 

Let’s make a change for our environment.


 

The Youth Green X-Change is a programme by the Natural Resources and Environment Board (NREB) Sarawak, Angkatan Zaman Mansang (Azam) Sarawak, World Wildlife Fund for Nature (WWF), Department of Environment Sarawak, Teacher’s Education Institute Batu Lintang Campus and Trienekens (Sarawak) Sdn Bhd.

 

 

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