Climate Justice and Environmental Sustainability

The current global political leadership has one in a life-time opportunity to make development work for nature and climate.

Current scientific evidence of a rapidly warming climate and uncertain state of ecosystems due to degradation are appalling. If inaction remains the order of the day, we are bound to surpass the global 1.5-degree warming guardrail by 2030 and compromise the integrity and health of nature. Consequently, climate impacts will be more devastating delivering a compounding and problematic effect on nature’s integrity.

We risk sinking the dreams, aspirations, and ambitions of an entire generation of young people

Our work is to provide an authentic platform, thought-out approaches, and frameworks on how to mobilize and channel innovative youth solutions to tackle the duo climate and nature crisis. These solutions are both in policy/ governance and in practice.  We are involved in:

1.Youth climate and nature mobilization – Empowering, mobilizing, and organizing youth advocacy actions

2.Climate and nature policy influencing and political diplomacy – Mainstreaming youth climate and nature aspirations, demands and policy recommendations within policy and decision – making processes.

Our engagements include:


  • Youth climate convenings: as National Youth Conference on Paris Agreement and SDGs – October, 2017
  • Youth Talanoa Dialogue at UNEP on the sidelines of Africa Carbon Forum, April 2018;
  • National Youth Workshop on National Climate Change Action Plan (for youth input) and Green Growth – May, 2018
  • National youth Conference on Climate Governance and Green growth – August, 2018
  • Coordinating Kenya Climate Strike – September 2019
  • Partnering in Local Conference of Youth, 2019 – Pre-UNFCCC COP 25 youth preparatory meeting
  • Online World Environment Day campaign #NatureTuesday twitter campaign – 2020