Nyombi Morris is an acclaimed climate activist, speaker, researcher, and writer deeply committed to the cause of environmental justice and policy reform. Since 2019, he has been at the forefront of the movement, advocating passionately for a sustainable future. As the visionary founder and CEO of Earth Volunteers, a non-profit organisation, Nyombi endeavours to restore ecosystems and empower communities through voluntary climate action initiatives. His tireless work has significantly impacted, particularly in promoting climate justice and gender equality within Uganda.
At the helm of Earth Volunteers, Nyombi has spearheaded numerous successful endeavours, demonstrating his exceptional leadership capabilities. His organisation has actively engaged in tree-planting events, fostering a culture of environmental responsibility and resilience. Collaborating with schools, he has played a pivotal role in raising awareness about climate change and its implications. Nyombi's dedication to the cause has also led him to champion various climate activism campaigns, including advocating for the cessation of fossil fuel usage and holding polluters accountable.
Recognised for his exceptional activism, Nyombi has received several prestigious awards that acknowledge his commitment to the environment. Through his participation in school strikes and other impactful demonstrations, he has captured international attention and garnered widespread acclaim. His advocacy work has earned him media coverage and sparked global conversations about the urgent need for climate action.