When 27-year-old Peter Moll was young, his grandmother told him tales of the landscape and animals. From the semi-nomadic Maasai indigenous community in Kenya, his upbringing was closely tied to the environment.
But then he learned about deforestation, poaching, resource extraction, and pollution. With environmental conservation rooted in his heritage, he felt compelled to act.
He founded Stand Up Shout Out, engaging young people in forums such as the 18th meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora in Geneva, Switzerland, which he will attend as a member of the Kenyan delegation. His work unites politicians and community members, to spearhead environmental protection. Read more>>