This toolkit is full of articles, tools and case studies coming from the three-year journey YFoEE has taken. It is filled with volunteer initiatives, thoughts and personal experiences. We know it is still missing a lot of concrete tools that can be used in workshops; it is still missing a bunch of articles on how climate change intersects with identities, which are not yet mentioned in this toolkit; it is not perfect, but it is our first step and we won’t be stopping here. Exciting plans are constantly being created in our voluntary working groups and in our member groups and we are focusing our efforts to build inclusive and impactful local environmental justice campaigns which serve the most impacted.
We would like to thank to volunteers, artists, designers, staff and others who were involved in the development of the toolkit. We would also like to thank to ‘LABO’ and ‘Tripod’ training collectives as well as all other trainers/speakers/activists who have supported us throughout the 3 years journey towards intersectional and strong environmental justice youth movement.