KENYA, Narok | Narok Youth in Climate Space

Narok, Kenya

Saturday 29 July

Location: Chambai Hotel Narok, Kenya

Times: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Format: In-Person

Cost: FREE

Participants will connect with like-minded individuals, or organizations and exchange of ideas beyond the summit. The summit will offers opportunities for participants to enhance their understanding of plastic pollution through educational sessions and capacity-building workshops. participants will gain new insights, expand their knowledge base, and acquire practical skills to address plastic pollution effectively. This summit aims to produce tangible outcomes, such as commitments, action plans, collaborations, or initiatives, that address plastic pollution. Participants can expect sessions dedicated to formulating concrete strategies, setting goals, and establishing partnerships to implement solutions and drive progress. Participants can expect a dynamic and engaging environment that encourages learning, collaboration, and action. The summit serves as a catalyst for generating momentum and mobilizing efforts to combat plastic pollution on a global scale.

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Summit Schedule

Summit Hosts

Tembea Make An Impact

Ipato Kenta | Whitney Wanjiru | Mohammed Abdiker |

About this Summit Location

Zebu Lodges is located near Narok Town at the South East part of the Rift Valley.

Captain Planet Foundation

About the FIRE Summit

The FIRE Element focuses on rapidly transitioning to renewable energy sources, clean transportation, and accelerating ways to draw down fossil fuel dependence. Targeting the source of these emissions — namely fossil fuels — and doing so equitably, is the goal of the FIRE element. This FIRE Summit is convening Planeteers in communities around the world to develop campaigns to accelerate our transition away from fossil fuels.

About Planeteer Alliance

Planeteer Alliance is a program of the Captain Planet Foundation, a US-based NGO with the mission of engaging and empowering young people to be problem solvers for the planet.