Role of Youth in Tackling Climate Change

Bannu
Tue, Aug 30, 1:00 PM (PKT)

Startup Grind Bannu Chapter is Back with an international Panel discussion on Topic : The role of Youth in Tackling Climate change . on 28/8/2022 at 1:00 pm Pakistan time where Social Entrepreneurs , Youth Policy Advocate and Climate Activist will be sharing there experience and views how youth can play its role in tackling climate change .

About this event

Startup Grind Bannu Chapter is Back with an international Panel discussion on Topic : The role of Youth in Tackling Climate change . on 28/8/2022 at 1:00 pm Pakistan time where Social Entrepreneurs , Youth Policy Advocate and Climate Activist will be sharing there experience and views how youth can play its role in tackling climate change .

So we have invited multiple guest from different countries around the globe and our guest speakers are listed below .

Guest #1 : Nitish Jain :

Country : India

Nitish is a young Social Entrepreneur who has been working to mitigate climate change through business, social activities and inter governance projects. He majorly works with a green technology: IR Reflective Paints, which help envelop the urban infrastructure with paints which cool the surface it has been applied on. This can directly help mitigate the temperature rise and reduce the energy usage in cooling and HVAC systems.

With this he has also leads and manages youth oriented social action in the segment of waste managements, urban forestation and Miyawaki technology, Urban planning and smart city infrastructure, climate education and humanitarian aid projects through GCGC Foundation.

He is a registered UN-YOUNGO member and actively engages in the policy making process to inculcate voice of the youth in climate governance. His engagement in Youngo stems with the soul objective to make the Youth "Climate Conscious" and increase their on-ground engagement in developmental projects of various stakeholders: NGOs, Corporates, Governments, International Organisations etc.

He firmly advocates that Youth should be involved in CORE ACTION projects rather than just advocacy policies. He feels that the people who are going to be the most effected by the climate change should be at the fore front of every aspect of the efforts towards climate change.

He has worked with thousands of youth in the past and has realised their potential and thus, he aims to involve other motivated individuals in the Movement to make the Earth a better place tolive in.The GCGC foundation is a registered NGO from Vadodara Gujarat which has been taking up projects to implement Green Technologies to increase environment sustainability in the way of life and help provide knowledge and activities to combat environment caused issues.They have been operating in Vadodara and Pune (via Bloom foundation) to affect numerous lives.

GGCGC believes in a healthy and sustainable living for all and thus, focus on providing solutions to the root cause of the issues. We implement efficient solutions in a contemporary ways for maximum efficiency.

Guest # 2 : Jashua Ayayi

Country : Ghana

Joshua Tetteh Ayayi is a social entrepreneur and a public speaker. He has co-founded two budding startups in Ghana’s agric. Sector and also serves as the Volta Regional Coordinator of the PLO Lumumba Foundation Ghana Chapter, A member of United Nations Association Ghana, The National Network of Youth Groups. He participated in Ghana’s first Local Conference Youth (LCOY) which was instrumental in drafting and presenting Ghana’s Youth Statement during COP26. He is part of the Stockholm+50 working group and a member of YOUNGO ACE working group. Joshua is a Ghana School on Internet Governance (GhanaSIG) Fellow and a member of the Youth Coalition on Internet Governance (YCIG) and has since worked to ensure digital rights and inclusion for youth at the Global levels. He is currently participant of the West African School on Internet Governance (WASIG).

Guest #3 : Bruno Basil Owiti

Regional Coordinator <Findc National Youth Council Kenya>

Global Youth Ambassador SDGs

Director <Unlock Arts Kenya >

Youth Policy Advocate

International Model United Nations Campus Ambassador Intern

African Youth Delegate

<Youth In Africa>

Volunteer <Steve Owiti Foundation >

Student The University of Nairobi Kenya

I am a networking enthusiast in the African youth fraternity. A lover of performing arts and international relations with knowledge and skill to educate on my expertise. I love engaging in youthful discussions for its a roadmap to success ,for I believe the leaders of tomorrow are the youths of today.

I believe in holistic collaboration and partnership with my fellow global youths in different organisations and representing the future through their leadership positions in their organisations.

I consider myself global citizen for i look forward to become a diplomat in the near future.

So we are super exited to have them all onboard and looking forward to have a great , constructive and insight-full session .

Date : 30/8/2022

Time : 1:00 Pm Pak Time

Session time Virtual :

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