Genesis B.

Genesis is the founder of Youth Climate Save, a global youth-climate organisation dedicated to raising awareness about the link between climate change and animal agriculture.

@genesisbutler_ @youthclimatesave

Rania H.

Rania is motivated by her vision of a cleaner, greener future – and making it a reality by learning about and developing emerging technologies such as cellular agriculture and biotechnology.


Rahmina P.

Rahmina is a Young Champion in the Wangari Maathai Foundation, a campaigner at Food@COP, and a Fridays for Future activist.


Emma G.

Emma has been vegan for the past three years and has helped to coordinate Youth Strikes 4 Climate in Manchester.


Elizabeth G.

Elizabeth is currently the Global Focal Point for the Children and Youth Constituency of the UNFCCC (UN Climate Change) and was previously the Contact Point for the Constituency’s Agriculture Working Group.


Hannah T.

Hannah is a sustainability advocate, author, TEDx speaker, and founder of Hannah4Change, a non-profit dedicated to fighting issues that impact the planet.


Huiyu O.

Huiyu is a Food Policy Officer at the Good Food Fund (GFF) and the China Biodiversity Conservation and Green Development Foundation, advocating for a plant-forward dietary and food system transformation.


Veronica, DCNCC Youth Board

Veronica M.

Veronica’s work is based on raising awareness about the climate crisis, environmental injustice, and the disproportionate impacts of climate on the most vulnerable.


Joshua O.

Joshua is a climate activist who believes that sustainable consumption and sustainable land use are effective climate-change solutions.

@omonukk @Joshomonukk

Thales B.M.

A young organic agroforestry farmer from Brazil, Thales grows vegetables, fruits, mushrooms, and forests.


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The DCNCC Youth Board’s asks for COP27

The Diet Change Not Climate Change Youth Board members came up with specific asks on how to push for a more sustainable food system at United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP27) and drafted a letter to be…


The DCNCC Youth Board meets for the first time!

On Easter Sunday, the Diet Change Not Climate Change Youth Board held its first meeting. Between school, activism, work, and family, our young people barely have time for themselves, and yet, they were happy to…


Diet Change Not Climate Change Youth Board Launched!

ProVeg International is excited to announce the launch of our Diet Change Not Climate Change Youth Board, with 10 outstanding young people from around the world joining. These global youth activists will advise…


Food@COP – a youth-led initiative for climate-friendly catering at COP26

Food@COP is a movement led by a collection of young people from across the globe who believe that climate-friendly negotiations must take place over climate-friendly meals. The campaign calls for the UN to serve…