The Environment

Boy was I wrong about One Young World

After realising One Young World is no typical 'youth Summit', Abdou Sarr reflects on what he considers a life-changing experience.

To Repel is to Protect

Can mosquito repellent mitigate the spread of deadly viruses? John van Bockxmeer its merits and challenges.

Financial Inclusion – A Key Pillar to Green Finance in the Pacific

Sameer Chand of Fiji discusses the benefits and challenges in moving towards green economies.

How Leroy Mwasaru is addressing challenges facing African businesses

Leroy Mwasaru discusses his thoughts on the future of African business and his work as a founder of Greenpact.

There should be no such thing as sustainable tourism

Diwigdi Valiente Abrego addresses the danger tourism poses to indigenous communities.

As Europe trembles, we must look to the stars

In the aftermath of Brexit, Ambassador Alexander Wegner approaches the topic with a different perspective: one from outer space. 

Renewable energy movement, from a trend to a survival tool

Ayah Alfawaris argues why renewable energy is key to a sustainable future.

From Nairobi to Tucson: A journey to the One Young World Environment Summit

Protecting Indigenous Communities is Environmentalism

Delegate Speaker Anna Hohag writes on where environmental justice and social justice intersect.

We are young people and we will solve climate change

Today's young people will solve climate change. Delegate Speaker Gina Fiorile shares her thoughts on why young people are so powerful when it comes to environmental challenges.