King'asia Mamati is a PhD Student in Social and Cultural Anthropology at the University of Cologne. His project focuses on religion, indigeneity and climate change in Kenya. His research investigates how religion constructs local peoples' perceptions, attitudes and understanding in response to climate change in Kenya.
He holds an M.A in Religious Studies from Moi University (Kenya) with a focus on Indigenous religious worldview and environment conservation.
Prior to his PhD studies, he worked as an Assistant Lecturer at Bomet University College. (A constituent college of Moi University).
King'asia Mamati. 2020: The Sengwer traditional religion and environment sustainability in Embobut Forest, Kenya in Law, Religion and the Environment in Africa Stellenbosch: SUN MeDIA, p. 295–315.