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Indian ‘Greta’ urges leaders at COP25 to act now to save the planet

Indian ‘Greta’ urges leaders at COP25 to act now to save the planet

Eight-year-old Licypriya Kangujam, known as Indian ‘Greta’ for her passion towards the fight against climate change has urged global leaders to take immediate action to save the planet and the future of young children like her.

Speaking at the United Nations Climate Change Conference, COP-25 at Madrid, capital of Spain, the young activist from Manipur who has already spoken in 21 countries on climate change, gave the world a glimpse of her resolve as she urged global leaders to act now against climate change.

The little girl has quickly shot to limelight with Spanish newspapers hailing her as ‘Greta’ of the Global South.

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