In the Parliamentary Forum in the context of the G20 Parliamentary Speaker’s Summit P20, Aeshnina Azzahra Aqilani (Nina) representing Indonesia’s young generation delivered a message to the delegation of G20 member parliaments. Nina asked parliamentarians to make strict rules to reduce plastic production and limit the use of plastic. Also prohibit the use of toxic chemicals…
Young Ambassador Ellyanne Wanjiku calls on leaders: they need to listen up for consequences of climate change on fertile land. But there is hope: in Western Kenya desert land was brought back to life with trees and crops.
Our Young Ambassador and climate youth leader Melati Wijsen speaks about her mission to eliminate plastic waste and inspire other young people to become actors for change.
Sandiaga Uno, the minister of tourism and creative economy of Indonesia, was inspired by Aeshnina, because at a young age, Nina already had the initiative to protect the environment. Nina told a story when Sandiaga Uno visited Nina’s school at Al Amanah Junwangi Islamic Boarding School, Sidoarjo (Monday, September,5). Nina told about her efforts to…
Greta Bürgerhoff (16) took part in the German school competition “Jugend forscht” as a student. She studied the effect of cigarette butts on water fleas. The results were devastating. German television became aware of her and also the learning and research center :metabolon, with which she will lead a campaign.
Aeshnina Azzahra Aqilani (Nina, age 14) from Indonesia has been recognized as our EndPlasticSoup Young Ambassador.
Inspired by Greta Thunberg´s Fridays for Future movement and with the support of her parents Nina started as an environmental activist in her home region of Gresik Regency, East Java, Indonesia.
Ellyanne Wanjiku Chlystun Githae is 11 years old. She is Kenya’s Youngest Mashujaa, Mashujaa is Swahili for ‘Heroes’, & East Africa’s Youngest Climate Change Ambassador. Ellyanne is famous for her initiatives to plant trees and stop plastic pollution.
We are honoured that Amy and Ella Meek want to become Young Ambassadors for EndPlasticSoup. Amy and Ella Meek are the teenage founders of the environmental charity Kids Against Plastic.
Melati and Isabel Wijsen and the young leaders of Bye Bye Plastic Bags in 20 countries were recognized as Young Ambassadors of EndPlasticSoup.
We are honoured with the recognition of Gloria Majiga-Kamoto from Malawi as our Ambassador for EndPlasticSoup. Gloria is working for the Centre of Environmental Policy and Advocacy, Programme manager of Natural Resources, and is the 2021 Goldman Environmental Prize recipient. Together we will promote and support education to young people regarding the prevention and solution…