Abeni shares her idea on rewilding solutions to climate change
Abigail Dawson Minja shares on preserving ancient techniques and understanding how they seamlessly integrate into our modern society.
Alberto Borges shares on his community project on reforesting, re-grassing and renewing the landscape.
Imani Kilavuka and Andrew Mumanyi sing 'Fix it' by Cold Play (Cover)
Ivy is 17 years old and I has always been passionate about helping those around her as well as having an impacting lives, in people’s lives. She shares a dream that is slowly becoming a reality in her local community where she is working with children to save our planet through tree planting.
Jasmine Njuhigu talks about how collective action can mitigate the detrimental effects of human activities on the environment.
Jenna Ndungi reflects on the understanding of the New Africa, the development on the fossil fuel industry and it's impact on the continent.
Jing Yi Tang
Jing Yi Tang performs a piano solo 'Wind Blowing'
Kirabo Martha shares of her poem composed from her driving passion for the environment.
He loves singing, acting, creating videos and swimming. He is a small content creator on YouTube and has composed an original song as well.
Linda Carone is 14 years old and a student at Brookhouse School, Karen campus. She is passionate and curious individual with a strong interest in music. She is always eager to learn new things and explore new ideas.
"I am deeply passionate about climate change because it is the most pressing issue facing our planet today, and I believe that we have a responsibility to future generations to protect our environment".
Michelle Muturi is the founder of Eco Bricks School Project. She talks about improving the experiences of Kenyan school children and getting them involved in saving our planet.
Miki Kwe Adhing'a
Miki is in an A' Level student at Brookhouse School.
Moira Mugambi shares her ideas on handling E-Waste for a greener future.
Nicole Nyazika and Leon Muriuki perform 'We are the World by Michael Jackson'.
Nigel Muchiri Mbugua is 17 years old and a Year 12 student at Brookhouse Karen campus. His observations of the balance between technology, development & economic growth v.s sustainable usage of resources amongst businesses and governments, has led me to be extremely passionate about subjects like Economics & Management science. He loves speaking about and showcasing the intricacy of sustainability & how it is very critical moving forward in this ever evolving world as our unlimited wants and desire for development is always met with scarce resources. He aspires to enter the diversified financial services sector and plans on starting his own firm after he he concludes his graduate studies.
Roy shares his idea on food waste reduction.
Tasha Nganga shares her idea on the transformative role of songs in creating awareness on climate change to small children.
Wesley Baraza is 17 years old and his final year of high school. He has been studying at Brookhouse Karen for three years now.
Wesley will be sharing on African traditional campfire stories and their power in connecting people with the environment. He believes that his idea if put into action can make a difference in the way we approach environmental conservation.