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News Desk, Amar Ujala, Glasgow

Published by: Shaktiraj Singh
Updated Wed, 03 Nov 2021 08:02 PM IST

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Indian student candidly to global leaders: Said- You do not even try to save the earth, but we will not back down

Vinisha Umashankar addressing the conference of world leaders at COP26 conference
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A 15-year-old Indian student, who was a finalist of the Earththought Prize instituted by the British royal family, has spoken to the global leaders on the issue of environment. Tamil Nadu’s Vinisha Umashankar, who gave shape to the energy-powered ironing cart project, addressed a gathering of world leaders at the COP26 conference in Glasgow and called for action to save the planet.

Vinisha, who hails from Tamil Nadu, participated in a session on the topic ‘Accelerating Clean Technology Innovation and Deployment’. Prime Minister Narendra Modi was a part of the event before leaving for New Delhi on Tuesday evening. Vinisha called on world leaders, international organisations, civil society and industrialists to stand with her generation and support projects, innovations and solutions to improve the condition of the earth.
He called upon the leaders of the world to support the future generation. “We, the winners and finalists of the Earthshot Prize, are proof that the greatest challenge in the history of our planet is also the greatest opportunity,” he said. We are leading the best wave of innovation that humanity has cognizant of.”

“We will not wait for you to act,” he said. Whether you do it or not, we will move on. You may stick to the past, but we will create the future. Please accept my initiative, I assure you you won’t regret it. The ‘Clean Our Air’ category has made it to the final list of the £1 million Earthshot Prize.

Earlier he met Prime Minister Modi along with Indian winner of this category Vidyut Mohan. “It was an honor to meet Prime Minister Modi, who was curious to know about my award-winning agricultural waste recycling project and had some very encouraging words to say about it,” Mohan said.

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A 15-year-old Indian student, who was a finalist of the Earththought Prize instituted by the British royal family, has spoken to the global leaders on the issue of environment. Tamil Nadu’s Vinisha Umashankar, who gave shape to the energy-powered ironing cart project, addressed a gathering of world leaders at the COP26 conference in Glasgow and called for action to save the planet.

Vinisha, who hails from Tamil Nadu, participated in a session on the topic ‘Accelerating Clean Technology Innovation and Deployment’. Prime Minister Narendra Modi was a part of the event before leaving for New Delhi on Tuesday evening. Vinisha called on world leaders, international organisations, civil society and industrialists to stand with her generation and support projects, innovations and solutions to improve the condition of the earth.

He called upon the leaders of the world to support the future generation. “We, the winners and finalists of the Earthshot Prize, are proof that the greatest challenge in the history of our planet is also the greatest opportunity,” he said. We are leading the best wave of innovation that humanity has cognizant of.”

“We will not wait for you to act,” he said. Whether you do it or not, we will move on. You may stick to the past, but we will create the future. Please accept my initiative, I assure you you won’t regret it. The ‘Clean Our Air’ category has made it to the final list of the £1 million Earthshot Prize.

Earlier he met Prime Minister Modi along with Indian winner of this category Vidyut Mohan. “It was an honor to meet Prime Minister Modi, who was curious to know about my award-winning agricultural waste recycling project and had some very encouraging words to say about it,” Mohan said.

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