Our Work In North America
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In June 2018, our first North American chapter, the Canadian Youth Biodiversity Network, was created by Canadian youth who attended the SBSTTA-23 and SBI-2 meetings in Montreal, Quebec. The GYBN Canada network launched in May 2019, and is currently working on empowering youth from all backgrounds through collaboration and sharing resources in a participatory network on biodiversity conservation issues. We acknowledge the importance of reconciliation efforts in Canada and recognize that this land is in the traditional (and unceded) territory of many Indigenous communities from all over Canada.
Canadian Youth Biodiversity Network
Main coordinators: Aleks Spasevski, Francine Pauvif
If the GYBN regional or national chapter has a website, you can access it by scrolling over the chapter logo.