“I am taking part in ISA because I firmly believe in the possibility of achieving clean air and a sustainable future in our cities and communities.”


Harrison Ashangwa (29 years old) is an Environmental engineer, researcher, educator, and climate action leader with over 7 years of experience in climate action programs, environmental education initiatives and youth empowerment projects. He is the Executive Director of the International Student Environmental Coalition (ISEC), an organization in 32 countries giving young people the organizational power, capacity, community and resources to engage in grassroots movement for climate justice and environmentalism.

Clean Air Initiative Cameroon, his ISA projects aim to foster climate action for cleaner air in cities and communities across Cameroon, by empowering youth environmental and climate leaders to advocate for actions to address air pollution. His project has a special interest in fostering sustainable and active mobility in cities and communities by giving them access to real-time information about the air quality around them thereby fostering advocacy for policy towards enhance air quality and climate action.