This resource page shares tools, knowledge products, and events to inspire love of nature.

Explore #NatureForAll toolkits, creative products and other resources that help guide our work. 


  • The #NatureForAll Playbook: An Action Guide for Inspiring Love of Nature (for a global audience) Download in English, French, Spanish, or Chinese.
  • The IUCN Youth Voices Curriculum Sourcebook: An international curriculum resource for teachers developed by the East-West Center in partnership with IUCN/#NatureForAll and others.  Download in EnglishFrench, or Spanish, or Chinese.
  • World Environment Day Lesson Plan: Lessons ideas for teachers, courtesy of UN Environment.  Download in English, French, Spanish, or Chinese.
  • Annie’s Forest: A #NatureForAll Comic that tells our story (coming soon).


  • The #NatureForAll Workbook. Steps for designing your own programme. Download here
  • #NatureForAll, an overview. Download in  English, French, or Spanish

Knowledge Products

Check out the continuously growing collection of links to research syntheses, case studies, and other materials relevant to these 5 thematic areas.

 Upcoming Events

Our community of practice is connecting people to nature across the globe. Find upcoming events and key dates for #NatureForAll partners in the calendar below. 

World Environment Day - June 5, 2017

World Environment Day is the 'People's Day' for doing something positive for the environment. It harnesses individual action, and transforms it to collective power that has a legacy of real and lasting impact on the planet. #NatureForAll partners  are playing their part and hosting a variety of events and activities to bring their own communities together for collective action. 

Check out the events and activities #NatureForAll partners are involved in for World Environment Day:

  • Students on Ice: Canada's C3 expedition will be in Kingston, Ontario on World Environment Day. Learn more about this historic voyage and participate in the C3 digital classroom here
  • Outdoor Classroom Day:  On Thursday 18 May 2017, thousands of schools around the world will take lessons outside and prioritise playtime. Learn more about celebrating and inspiring outdoor learning and play here
  • Bristol Natural History Consortium:  the Festival of Nature is a unique, flexible and adaptable event, designed to engage, educate, and inspire visitors with nature in the heart of UK cities from June 8 to 25. Events consist of fringe activities and school events designed to provide high quality educational activity that connects people with nature on a large scale. You can learn more here.  

9th World Environmental Education Congress - September 9-15, 2017

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