Surat girl made India proud. At the age of 17, Khushi Chindaliya declared as a Regional Ambassador for India by (UNEP)United Nations Environment Programme – Tunza Eco Generation.
Truly said that age doesn’t matter; only your hard work and dedication entities to success.
Khushi Chindaliya made this achievement possible at such a young age. She showed dedication and passion about the environment and spread awareness to conserve the environment and to safeguard it.
As per the reports, Khushi Chindaliya said that when she saw the greenery getting vanished from her hometown only to replace by a concrete jungle. Further, it worried her, and she started finding ways to conserve nature.
In fact, the COVID-19 lockdown influenced her to invest her time to acquire knowledge about environment-related aspects.
According to Khushi, the moment when she realised the importance of nature was the time when she shifted to a new house in a city surrounded by greenery.
Next, she saw how chikoo tree near her house sheltered many birds. As she grew elderly, all the greenery turned into a concrete jungle. Then she realised the younger sister of her’s would not be able to enjoy the beauty of nature. This made her so much concerned about the environment.
Khushi Chindaliya being a regional ambassador of India by UNEP, gets an opportunity which she should utilise the most to spread awareness and to safeguard the environment. She will able to discuss the subject with the other ambassadors across the world. Khushi’s mother, Binita, said that she feels proud of her.
It’s high time, and we have to conserve our nature. Therefore we all should put our efforts to do as much as possible from our side.