Youth Climate Changemakers
Young people are valuable contributors to climate action. They are agents of change, entrepreneurs and innovators. Whether through education, science or technology, young people are scaling up their efforts and using their skills to accelerate climate action.
Youth Climate Changemakers believe in
Youth Climate Changemakers at COP27
Climate Changemaker Leah Namugerwa Speaking at the Opening of COP27
COP27 has been nicknamed “The African COP”. If COP27 is to truly deliver, we must be ready to face some truth. Some truth is that we have faced decades of inaction from world leaders.
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Residents, Diplomats And UN-Habitat Staff Join Hands To Clean Up Nairobi
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