Indian climate activist Archana Soreng will join six others in UN's Youth Advisory Group on Climate Change
The young activists, aged between 18 and 28 years, will advise the UN chief regularly on accelerating global action and ambition to tackle the worsening climate crisis.
UN Secretary-General urges world leaders to use the Coronavirus pandemic to rebuild the world for the better
He said, “Let us use the pandemic recovery to provide a foundation for a safe, healthy, inclusive and more resilient world for all people."
In a letter, the countries said the EU should continue to work on their climate neutrality plan and fulfil the Paris Agreement.
India should tackle disasters taking place in the country and its neighbourhood as its neighbour's vulnerabilities can be national security issues.
She said “We don’t need a ‘low carbon economy.’ We don’t need to ‘lower emissions. Our emissions have to stop.”
She said, "We have seen no sign whatsoever that real climate action is coming and that has to change."
Kovind said, 'We need to nurture our youth to become leaders in whatever vocation they may choose and in their social lives.'
He said that we’re not built to survive any other planet and we should spend our time and energy trying to fix it.
Results of 17 models used from 1970 and 2007 were studied to find how accurate their predictions were.
The word was selected from a list of 10 other words and is thought to reflect the ethos and mood of the passing year
Greta's solitary show of resistance has grown to a groundswell climate movement with 1000s of students worldwide.