Good health and well-being require a clean and harmonious environment where physical, psycho - logical, social and aesthetic factors are all given their due importance. These factors are affected by actions and choices which can secure considerable health benefits. The environment is thus not only important for its own sake, but as a resource for better living conditions and well-being.
What we’ve agreed: the Convention on the Rights of the Child and the Millennium Development Goals
What young people want
Water – the key to life
The air we breathe
Safer, quieter towns and cities of the future – reclaiming the streets