Kenyan climate activist Elizabeth Wathuti has called on world leaders to pone their hearts on matters climate change saying that more than two million Kenyans face climate related starvation.
Speaking to world leaders at the ongoing United Nations Climate Change conference dubbed COP26, Wathuti 26, told world leaders that children and young people are waiting for them to act. “Every day we learn that if we take care of the trees, they take care of us. The children cannot live on words and empty promises. They are waiting for you to act. Please open your hearts,” she said.
Elizabeth Wanjiru Wathuti is a Kenyan environment and climate activist and founder of the Green Generation Initiative, which nurtures young people to love nature and be environmentally conscious at a young age and has now planted 30,000 tree seedlings in Kenya.