The Palacio de Congresos in Marbella will host the environmental charity event Towards Nature on 14 and 15 October.
The event is aimed at students and is designed to raise awareness of how climate change is affecting the world, as well as how to empower younger generations to do something about it.
Johan Ernst Nilson, originally from Sweden, will be speaking at the event. He describes himself as an "environmental explorer" and says he aims to educate and inspire people through his coaching and motivational speeches, which he gives around the world.
Johan dedicates 50 per cent of his time to charitable institutions and nonprofit organisations. Guided by his adventurous spirit and his unconditional love of life Johan has travelled to over 170 countries and is in the Guinness book of Records. Johan says about his messages, "As long as I keep on trying, you could never say that I failed."
All funds raised will be donated to the MarbellAyuda foundation, based at the Hospital Costa del Sol and to the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation's climate change programme.
Entrance is free for students and 10 euros for adults. The lectures will be given in English. On Monday 14 October the event will run from 6pm - 8.30pm and is aimed at students over 13 years old and adults. On Tuesday 15 October, it will run from 5pm to 8.30pm and is aimed at children between 8 and 12 years old accompanied by adults.
For further information about Johan and the events and to register for the talks (obligatory) visit www.towardsnature.life.