Through a special climate edition of the Turning Point Dialogues, with episodes premiering each week in the lead up to COP26, we will meet with young climate activists on the frontlines who will share their insights into the realities of this crisis and highlight the desperate need to turn it around – now is the time.
As part of a dedicated series exploring the realities of the climate crisis for communities on the frontline of the climate fight across the world, we'll focus in on Climate Action in Africa from the perspective of a young Kenyan grassroots coordinator who advocates for biodiversity, oceans and land-to-sea conservation. As the world's attention turns towards COP26, we will hear about ideas that could truly galvanize action for coordinated protection of these critical ecosystems - and ultimately contribute to a much needed turning point for people and planet.
Oli Henman, Global Coordinator, Action for Sustainable Development
Esther Maina, Grassroots Coordinator, Kenyan Youth Biodiversity Network