Treating the planet with care is just one aspect of a strong UN. And although this website is in no way affiliated with the UN, we support the goals of a clean, safe planet. Ultimately, one must understand the law of the case for each locale, jurisdiction and venue. Anyone living in a bad environment is in the zone of danger to be personally injured.

Healing the Injured Person and Planet

The Tunzana Network was originally established in 2008 by the United Nations Environment Programme’s Regional Office for North America (UNEP RONA), and to this day, provides an opportunity for North America, such as Canadians and kids from the United States, to showcase their environmental work on a regional and international platform, while also connecting them to UNEP and its global Tunza Network. In support of UNEP’s mandate, these youth raise awareness and take action, both at school and in their communities.

Youth Blogging About the Environment

Tunzana was at one time a multi-tiered admin access site for student reps to post their blog entries and local events with full social media integration. We still welcome them to do so, but have moved on into the tort law and personal injury aspects of suing evildoers for creating unsafe environments. UNEP recognized that impressionable youth were key part of understanding and mitigating climate change and the related environmental and personal injuries. [1. Personal Injury http://personalinjuryattorneyfaq.com/] This network helps to empower and educate youth and the general public on ways to conserve resources and understand tort law in English common law countries.


Our goals are the same as UNEP’s goal with the North American Tunza Youth Network, which is to set in motion an ongoing effort by university students to educate their communities about methods of conservation [2. What is Conservation? http://www.conservation.org/Pages/default.aspx] in a world where natural resources are becoming increasingly scarce. As the network grows, representatives will create a self-sustaining network of youth leaders around the country. Enjoy your stay.