March 2020 brings you the first ever Youth Takeover issue of The Environment. Every article this month is about or by a youth star who is aged 15-31:

My Environment: meet Youth Strike 4 Climate activist Noga Levy-Rapoport


Meet the teenagers from Action For Conservation, who are rewilding an estate in the Brecon Beacons

ZSL's Phoebe Shaw Stewart is waging war on London's misconnected homes

Photo essay: see why CIWEM named Kgaugelo Neville Ngomane its 2019 Young Photographer of the Year

Air quality: Rohit Chakraborty persuaded Sheffield parents to wear monitors on the school run; how did that affect them?


Sun, sea and snowboarding: could you cut it as an expatriate?

Enter the ecopreneur - our climate crisis needs new thinking, writes Naresh Patel

Technology: Bradley Sparkes explores how drones reach places other technologies cannot touch

Area report, West Africa:

Letter from Togo by Kevin Ossah

Letter from Nigeria by Elujulo Opeyemi


Get over the ick factor - it's time to recycle, argues Hardeep Rai

Dan Ferguson and Lindsay Perry report on a landscaped water-management scheme in Stockport

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