Beijing - Representatives of government departments, the United Nations (UN) and non-governmental organizations participating in a forum protection of the environment on Friday highlighted the importance of the actions of young people in China in protecting the planet

the protection of the environment. and conservation of biodiversity requires a sustained effort from generation to generation, and youth participation is essential, said Tu Ruihe, Head of the Environmental Office of China Program of the United Nations (UNEP), at the 5th Youth Forum Environment of the United Nations on biodiversity China.

forum, held in Beijing and the city of Jinhua in Zhejiang Province, east China, by videoconference, attendees said the outbreak COVID-19 was evidence that the balance dynamic ecosystem has been affected, and called for measures to protect nature.

education of young people with ecological ideas is conducive to sustainable development, because if more eco conscious-are more likely to f actor environment in decision-making in the future work, said Ma Jian, Deputy Regional Representative of the Office of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization in China.

Wang Qian, Officer Program Management Office of China UNEP, encouraged young people to participate in protecting the environment by making small things, such as reducing the use of disposable products and ecological practices share with family and friends.

More than 40 faculty members and students from over 10 universities who attended a summer camp on biodiversity in the city of Jinhua were also invited to the forum to share the results of their exploration biodiversity conservation.

Founded in 2016, the Forum of the United Nations China Youth Environmental is an organized annual event by UNEP, with the aim of providing young people in China with a platform for sharing practices protection of the environment and mobilize more young people to care for nature.

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