Membre du groupe d'engagement des jeunes, Climate Overshoot Commission
Louise MabuloLiving in the most vulnerable region to hazards brought about by Climate Change, and experiencing the devastation from Typhoon Nock-Ten, which destroyed 80% of Agricultural land in San Fernando Camarines Sur in 2016, destroying homes and leaving farmers with little to no income, Louise moved to transform the unsustainable way Food Systems were structured in her rural hometown and established The Cacao Project that builds sustainable, equitable, and resilient livelihoods for farmers through Agroforestry that also combats deforestation by harnessing the power of forests to restore landscapes, disassemble destructive Food Systems, and create rural lifestyles that are inherently regenerative.By removing the middleman, The Cacao Project reinstates power in the hands of farmers to steward a rural-led green economy, with farmers now running their own enterprises and creating their own brands of products, localizing production of chocolates and artisan handicrafts. Louise also works as an advisor to inform International Climate policy, highlighting invisible rural and indigenous knowledge, and bridging the intersections of Agriculture, Policy, Food, Climate, and Economy.
L’Objectif Mondial d’Adaptation : renforcement des capacités et résilience face au changement climatique
Protéger la planète et les peuples