Juliet Grace Luwedde

Open Climate Coordinator, Open Environmental Data Project

Juliet Grace is an environment enthusiast and climate activist from Uganda with experience writing about the environment and extensive knowledge working with communities while promoting Sustainable Urban Agriculture for food security, ecosystems protection, and conservation of Natural Resources.

Juliet is a 2021 Huduma Fellow of the LéO Africa Institute and has contributed to institutional program designing, research, and capacity Training at the national level as a junior consultant with the Ministry of Water and Environment and the National Environment Management Authority.

Juliet Grace is an Open Climate Coordinator for Open Environmental Data Project, a Focal Point for the Africa Youth Initiative on Climate Change in Uganda, interim focal point and facilitator for the UNCCD Global Youth Caucus, Project Support to the Global Youth Climate Action Fund and a contributing author of the UNEP GEO-6 for Youth Africa publication.


12:30 - 13:30

Saturday November 18 (Physical)

The Defining Issue of Our Time: Individual & Collective Leadership on Climate Change

This panel will delve into the urgent matter of climate change and its impact on Africa. Speakers will emphasize the crucial need for both individual and collective leadership to address this global crisis. They will share innovative approaches, policies, and initiatives that can mitigate climate change's adverse effects while promoting sustainable development across the continent.


Hosted by Juliet Grace Luwedde, Open Climate Coordinator, Open Environmental Data Project & Huduma Class of 2021 Fellow



  • Joanita Babirye, Co-founder, Girls For Climate Action & YELP Class of 2017 Fellow
  • Perez Mweine, Program Assistant and Public Sector Liaison, RePlanet Africa
  • Memo Some, Wildlife Conservationist, Founder, WildNow Foundation & YELP Class of 2023 Fellow