Ibrahim Tuzee Abdul-Raheem is a passionate environmentalist, climate change, and sustainable development activist, as well as a youth advocate. He has extensive experience in initiating, facilitating, and managing projects geared towards promoting environmental sustainability, RE development, clean water, and food security in Ghana and Africa. He holds a BSc. in Natural Resources and Environment from UDS and an MPhil candidate in Natural Resources and Environmental Governance at KNUST. As an Environmental Activist, he co-founded Rescue Mission International, a youth-led environmental organization, poised to deal with daily social and environmental issues. As a Pan-Africanist and an active volunteer, he volunteered as a Communication and Social Media Writer/ Activist with YALDAfrica, volunteered for YPS-Africa, UNEP, and MGCY. Tuzee completed a research project, published by GJS, on “CLTS and Household Water Quality Analysis: A Comparative Study in OD and ODF Communities in Savelugu Municipality.” Furthermore, he is certified in Conflict Management/ Resolution and Conflict Mediation by ACRI. Currently, he serves as the National Public Relations Coordinator of NAAP-GH, Secretary-General for GGI, the West African Leader/Coordinator for WYU, and an active member of AYICC. Tuzee is an Environmental, Innovation, and Leadership Management Consultant at OnFrontiers.com. He is also a YIL Fellow and was the Team Lead for WASH. With a strong desire to be a change leader, Tuzee values self-discipline, critical thinking, social innovation, and teamwork in all his endeavors.