Louka believes that the fight against climate change is filled with stereotypes and his goal is to show others that we each have a skill we can contribute to saving the planet and living modern life in harmony with nature.
He is now the Regional Director for Europe at Earth Guardians supporting youth across the continent to implement environmental projects, as well as representing the non-profit at conferences and in panel discussions about the future of activism and the impact of youth leadership.
Earth Guardians counts more than 300 youth activist crews across the world.
Kinvara believes in the power of education as one of the best ways to achieve the Global Goals. She started her career as a teacher through the Teach First programme in London.
Now, as Senior Campaign Manager for World’s Largest Lesson (WLL) Kinvara brings creative resources for learning about the Global Goals to life. She recently produced WLL Live, an inaugural YouTube show to inspire youth action for the Goals, featuring UN leaders and popular teen personalities like Millie Bobby Brown.
Kinvara works alongside UNICEF to continue to expand the programme which has now reached over 15 million young people.
As CEO and co-founder of EntrepreneurShipOne; she works to solve the ocean's challenges and make the ocean into the World's largest classroom.
Back in 2015 she co-founded Blueye Robotics, making ocean exploration available to everyone by creating underwater drones based on user-friendly and inclusive technology.
Fun fact: Blueye was actually Ludenso's first official customer when Ludenso was making movie masks, and the two startups co-created a unique experience of immersive underwater exploration, with the "digital diving mask".