Surat teenager Khushi Chindaliya appointed as Regional Ambassador for India by UNEP

  • | Monday | 21st September, 2020

Surat teenager Khushi Chindaliya had been appointed as Regional Ambassador for India by United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Tunza Eco-Generation (TEG) this September.

Surat teenager Khushi Chindaliya had been appointed as Regional Ambassador for India by United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Tunza Eco-Generation (TEG) this September.

“My sensitivity towards the degradation of nature and understanding of its repercussions’’ quoted by her when she was asked about what inspired her to achieve this great role as the green ambassador of country.

In the lockdown Khushi invested her time working on the environment , trying to understand causes of degradation and looking for the plans to correct it. Amid the limitations in the physical moment , she will be working on her online program. She said “this month I will be sharing reports and speaking on what my government is doing for the environment and how education can help arrest the decline. I get to interact with RAs from  across the globe and understand situations in their part of  the globe as well”.

Khushi is among the 100 young people of India who have been chosen by UNESCO to be published in a book Year 1 AC (after coronavirus): Essays by young 100 Indians. She was introduced as a member of International ambassador of the National Society of High School Scholars , a international society run by the descendants of Sir Alfred Nobel 2019.



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