Children belong to the Major Group Collective - Children and Youth - in the REDD + program. It is therefore important that this group is always informed about the importance of forests for people and animals and the role that forests play in combating climate change. As part of World Environment Day on June 5, students from the first classes of the L.C. Sitalsingh Mulo school visited the Bigi Pan Management Area on 7 June. The group consisted of thirty students and four supervisors. The purpose of the visit was to show these young people the importance of the Bigi Pan Special Management Area. Topics such as climate change, the role that forests play in climate change, the monitoring of our forests and the link with the REDD + program were discussed.