It's Time #ForNature


The abundance of the foods we eat, the air we breath, the water w e drink, and the climate that makes our planet habitable all come from nature. 

These are exceptional times, nature is sending us a message: human health is linked to the planet's heatlh. 

Zoomotic infectious diseases like COVID-19 are transmitted between animals and people, and research shows that as we degrade the natural world theses are on the. rise. To prevent and control future pandemics, we need to take care of nature. 

Nature, now more than ever, needs us to pay attention to its warning signals and to take care of it, so it can take care of us. 

It's time to reimagine our relationship to Nature.

The time for action is now.

We stand with the youth, we want to hear from you and amplify your voice.

It will take not just one, not just a village, but an entire global community to rise together.

Tell us why you believe it's time #ForNature.

Ready to spread the word? Record a short video telling us why it's time #ForNature and post it on social media using #ForNature and tagging @UNDP @UNEP @undptz

Over the next year, we will share your responses with the world via social media, as well as with world leaders, international activists, policymakers, and scientists. 

Raise your voice - upload a video and tell the world it's time #ForNature 

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