Young participants who attended the GLF social media boot camp on 18 November 2017 one day before the official Global Landscapes Forum event kicked off in Bonn, Germany. GLF/Pilar Valbuena

Close communication gap to empower youth in landscapes movement

Greater involvement can forge change

BONN, Germany (Landscape News) — Communication must improve with regard to science, knowledge transfer and network expansion to empower youth and give opportunities to everyone, said a youth delegate at the Global Landscapes Forum in Bonn, Germany, describing how greater involvement of young people can forge change.

Youth played a key role at the forum, from participating in workshops, to leading plenary sessions, generating online engagement through social media, to attending training sessions.

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