Climate change presents many challenges for the future of our generation.
Nabeel Ismeer builds solar power plants across Asia during the day.
He spends his nights writing, centred around the question 'What if?'. What if the stone age had a Leonardo Da Vinci, was Lascaux her Mona Lisa? What if prehistoric leaders resorted to discrimination when they had no answer to the ice age? What if mitigating climate change can also help reverse inequality and further humanity?
His writings, which include themes of climate change and inequality, have been published in print and online magazines.
The Hunter's Walk, his first book, is about how a prehistoric dark skin boy and his fair skin brother fight colourism and climate change.