Kaluki Paul Mutuku is a Kenya-based young climate advocate and an environmental defender, working to champion meaningful youth engagement for Climate action. His background is in Environmental Conservation and Natural Resource Management from the University of Nairobi, Kenya. He has experience in community organizing, climate communication, campaign coordination, environmental education among many other areas. Previously, he worked with 350.org Kenya, for the deCOALonize campaign which sought to stop the building of a 1050 mW of a coal-fired power plant in Kenya's UNESCO world heritage site in Lamu. He is a trained Environmental Educator with A Rocha International, under the Education for sustainable Development, ESD, and a Digital storyteller. Kaluki is the Executive Director at Kenya Environmental Action network (KEAN), immediate Regional Director for Afrika & currently Global Director of INUKA at Youth4Nature. His key focus for Africa is on Nature-based Solutions, land restoration, reforestation, ecological farming and youth leadership across the spaces. He is the project lead for the Afrika Youth Caravan to UNFCCC COPs projects. Kaluki is a storyteller, a Nature-based Solutions expert, fundraiser, youth leadership advocate, mentor and restoration champion.