Philip Anderson Samura is a final-year student at the African Leadership University (ALU) Rwanda, studying Bachelor of Arts in Global Challenges. He is passionate about climate change and natural resources management, and he possesses excellent communication, leadership, research, and problem-solving skills. He has an impressive track record of achievements in youth leadership to promote sustainability and environmental protection. At ALU, he serves as the secretary-general for the Fellows of Conservation Club, the school's environmental club. This club aims to bring young people passionate about conservation to take conscious actions to enhance sustainability and environmental protection by promoting youth advocacy, leadership, and capacity development. In 2022, Philip served as a facilitator for ClimateScience Rwanda, where his role included promoting climate education among young people in Rwanda. He has had the pleasure of interning at the Global Initiative for Environment and Reconciliation as a Communications Intern, at the Capitals Coalition as an Environmental Impact Analyst, and at the ALU School of Wildlife Conservation as a Research Intern before joining Our Climate as an MA Program Intern.