Young Ugandan climate activists on their work and vision

'Fridays for Future' coordinator Hilda Flavia Nakabuye holds a sign during the global 'School Strike for Climate' in Kampala, Uganda on May 24, 2019. Thomson Reuters Foundation/Alice McCool.

Two young Ugandan climate activists discuss their work on meeting the challenges of climate change in their country, their region, and continent-wide. Hilda Flavia Nakabuye, founder of Fridays for Future Uganda, and Morris Nyombi, CEO of Earth Volunteers, share why they became climate activists, explain the projects they lead, and discuss their messages for leaders who will gather for COP27 in Egypt later this year.

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