· Marina Eyang Mve, PhD student in economics and environmental activist
· Snake hunters saving lives in Guinea
· Young African activists meet at COP 27
Marina Eyang Mve is a PhD student in economics at the University of Libreville in Gabon. She is the founder of a student club aiming to raise awareness of environmental issues among young people. In Guinea, the Keiras go around the country to save lives and treat patients victims of snake bites. At the 27th edition of the COP in Egypt, many young African activists were present to defend their environmental vision.