Youth participation starts from home. Children learn the first lesson of cleanliness, water and power consumption, gardening and other issues from home. It is the responsibility of the parents/family to inculcate good habits in children’s and teach them cleanliness and wise use of natural resources such as electricity, water and other resources according to need to reduce wastage to enable them to become more responsible for the protection of the environment and natural resources. School and Universities can play and important role towards environmental sustainability and should emphasize more important to environmental education. Young people constitute a large part of the world’s population and young people will have to live longer with the consequences of current environmental decisions than will their elders. Future generations will also be affected by these decisions and the extent to which they have addressed concerns such as the depletion of resources, biodiversity loss, and long-lived radioactive wastes. By applying the greening knowledge at home and schools, we can help to make our city, a greener city. Discarding computers, electrical appliances and rechargeable batteries can seriously harm the environment. Youth role is to implement recycling programs for used computers and electrical appliances. You can arrange for collection services with them. There are also many collection points for recycling of rechargeable batteries, so do not simply throw them away. Youth have a role to play in environmental and conservation efforts that will improve livelihoods. The earth provides all the necessary resources for human beings to survive and prosper. But as the global population grows and develops, the demand for energy and consumer goods increases. This has led to increased pollution and misuse of natural resources, causing great damage to the environment. In turn, people’s health, food supplies and livelihoods are increasingly threatened. The release of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere that contribute to climate change, the overuse of agricultural soil that deteriorates the ground and often leads to deforestation, the contamination of water through bacteria and chemicals or the loss of biodiversity - environmental challenges are plentiful. Present day youth knows that this is not the time to sit back and expect things to change themselves. Therefore, almost every day we hear about a new movement or story of youth participation ranging from deforestation, disaster management or discouraging animal ill treatment. Engaging youth in an organized effort to promote environmental sustainability has implications for the youngsters themselves as well as in their communities. It is high time for youth to analyze their needs and decide what are their true priorities are. We have plenty of resources. But the demand is increasing day by day. It is the responsibility of the youth to manage it efficiently. The nation’s youth have special responsibilities in relation to the protection of the environment. This is mainly due to the fact that young people have to live for an extended period with the deteriorating environment bequeathed by earlier generations and there are a lot of risks and health hazards involved in this. Young people will be forced to engage in improvised and effective forms of action and activism; thereby generating effective responses to ecological challenges.