TUNZA
the UNEP Magazine for Youth
is available at www.ourplanet.com

United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
PO Box 30552, Nairobi, Kenya
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ISSN 1727-8929

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Director of Publication Eric Falt
Coordinator Wondwosen Asnake
Editor Geoffrey Lean
Guest Editor Caroline Ang
Nairobi Coordinator Naomi Poulton
Special Contributor Nick Nuttall
Circulation Manager Manyahleshal Kebede
Youth Contributors Gary Ang, United States; Maila Q. Beniera, Philippines; Cécile Bordier, France; Lara El Saad, United Arab Emirates; Lucy Grayton, UK; Orszi Ihász, Hungary; Pierre Jeanmougin, France; Nisrine Kaderrehay, India; Permuya Kampel Kirasi, Kenya; Julie Krocova, Czech Republic; Débora Maia Periera, Brazil; Michal Przybycin, Poland; Jen Schofield, UK; Erzsebct Szilaqyl, Hungary; Tomislav Tomasevic, Croatia; Jindrich Vodicka, Czech Republic; Hyung Won Lee, Republic of Korea; Dong Xiaotong, China

 

Other Contributors Tony Cragg; Patrizia Lugo Loprieno, META; Isabella Marras, UNEP; Matthew Pinsent; Rosey Simonds and David Woollcombe, Peace Child International
Design Jana Vodickova
Web Editor Graham Barden
Production Banson
Head, UNEP's Children and Youth/Sport and
Environment Unit
Theodore Oben
Printed in the United Kingdom
Front cover Jana Vodickova

 
         
 
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