'Refuse' single-use plastics
There is a growing need for a reduction in plastic pollution. Plastics are chemical products, manufactured from petroleum residues. Plastics degrade after 1000 years of being disposed into the environment, thus, making them non-biodegradable. It is said that by 2050 there will be more plastics in the oceans than fish. This is indeed a scary […]Watch Now
Every Day Can Be Earth Day
Coronavirus has had a sobering effect on the Planet. It has shown how quickly nature moves to restore ecological balance. The shutdown of the world economy has been advantageous to the environment but at a major cost to mankind. To eliminate climate change, we can’t stop living life; we must, however, modify our lifestyle. Every […]Watch Now
Aditya has been appointed the youth mentor for the National Geographic “A Million Yays for the Oceans and a Million Nays for Single-use Plastics” a project in collaboration with the NGO Chintan. He was also invited by the United Nations to attend the 1st UN Youth Climate Action Summit 2019 in New York City.