On 23 September, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will be hosting the 2014 Climate Change Summit, bringing together leaders from around the world to address the climate crisis. In order to guide the discussion, Voices for Youth is asking for participants aged 18-25 to contribute to a global digital map that will spotlight environmental challenges and solutions in their communities.

If chosen, these “mappers” will spend two weeks uploading pictures and geo-location reports from their communities to a special UNICEF digital map of the world which will focus on issues concerning climate and the environment.

Those with access to a computer and the internet, and an interest in environmental issues, should fill out this form by Monday 18 August.

To learn more about this opportunity, visit the Voices for Youth website.