How can you make your actions count?
Water Youth Network is a global and inclusive connector in the water sector, with a vibrant community of students and young professionals and across disciplines. They aspire to a world where young people work together to become agents of change and ultimately improve the world’s water situation. This speech from Maitreyi Koduganti Venkata will cover the topic of how you can make your actions count as well as reflections from her personal experience.
Watch her YfCA climate talk here
About Maitreyi Koduganti Venkata
Maitreyi Koduganti is one of the coordinators of the Governance group at Water Youth Network and works as a researcher at the Indian Institute for Human Settlements, India. An alumnus from UNESCO IHE Institute for Water Education, Maitreyi’s work in the last four years focused on climate sciences, vulnerability studies, resource management, gender studies, sustainability, and Research-into-Use. Her passion towards action-oriented research and putting research into use led her to developing documentaries and participatory games alongside IIHS, Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre (RCRCC) and UNESCO-IHE Delft. Hailing from India that faces climatic risks at multiple scales, she believes and engages in working at the ground level along with local communities to bring about small, yet meaningful changes.