The young Earth warrior
The Morning Standard|May 12, 2021
AARAV Seth from Indirapuram is just 12, but he has already found his life’s mission – to save the environment and help the needy.
NIKITA SHARMA

“Through my blogs and my Youtube channel Un-earth, I create awareness about the pressing issues of the environment. For me, it is not just about planting trees, but also watering them regularly and clearing the trash from the plantation area. Along with my team, I planted over 4,000 trees in Delhi NCR under the Mission100CroreTree,” informs Seth, a Class 8 student at Bharat Ram Global School, Indirapuram.

Seth was exposed to climate crisis and global warming issues while watching Discovery and Nat Geo. “I was pained to see how people don’t take care of the environment. So, I started reading about these terms to know more. Gradually, I started bringing changes in my life to make our future safe. I was just eight years old when I stopped using single-use plastic. In 2017, I planted my first sapling, a neem plant.”

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