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Axell Sutton was born on March 2, 1994 in Tonalá, Chiapas, Mexico and grew up in Minatitlán, Veracruz. At 17, he began as an activist to lead young teams to clean the dirtiest places in the city. That was one of the actions that made him realize the importance of his role in society. When he started the University in 2013, he decided to study Energy Engineering at the Benemerita University of Guadalajara, focusing on clean energy, inspired by those gray skies. During 2018 he founded Student energy in the UDG Chapter in which he won different awards at the local level and a national award for the implementation of best practices for sustainable development in Mexico, impacting more than 20,000 people and more than 50 workshops focused on energy transition He has represented his country at the SEforALL Forum in Lisbon, Portugal (2018); and the International Energy Economy Summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina (2019), The Climate Change Meeting in Abu Dhabi, recognized by the UN as one of the 30 most important youth climate leaders in the world and selected to participate in the UN YOUTH CLIMATE SUMMIT of September 21 in New York. Today he is an activist who works for the welfare of youth and citizens.
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Axell Sutton was born on March 2, 1994 in Tonalá, Chiapas, Mexico and grew up in Minatitlán, Veracruz. At 17, he began as an activist to lead young teams to clean the dirtiest places in the city. That was one of the actions that made him realize the importance of his role in society. When he started the University in 2013, he decided to study Energy Engineering at the Benemerita University of Guadalajara, focusing on clean energy, inspired by those gray skies. During 2018 he founded Student energy in the UDG Chapter in which he won different awards at the local level and a national award for the implementation of best practices for sustainable development in Mexico, impacting more than 20,000 people and more than 50 workshops focused on energy transition He has represented his country at the SEforALL Forum in Lisbon, Portugal (2018); and the International Energy Economy Summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina (2019), The Climate Change Meeting in Abu Dhabi, recognized by the UN as one of the 30 most important youth climate leaders in the world and selected to participate in the UN YOUTH CLIMATE SUMMIT of September 21 in New York. Today he is an activist who works for the welfare of youth and citizens.