Greta Thunberg and more

Greta, Autumn, Mari and Atlas ... Here are the young activists who say stop climate change!
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Greta Thunberg, a 16-year-old activist who recently sat on the world agenda with a crucial speech at the United Nations Climate Action Summit in New York, has quickly become one of the symbols of the climate movement. The young activist, who has won everyone's appreciation with his strong and determined stance against political leaders, has once again reminded us that we need to take action by revealing the fact that we are in a state of extinction. But Greta was not the only young person to talk about climate change and environmental pollution. Here are four more young activists who have worked to save our planet!

Autumn Peltier

Autumn Peltier is an internationally recognized Canadian water activist. Autumn Peltier, who lives in Canada's Indian region, Wikwemikong, has been fighting for water rights since she was 8 years old. The 15-year-old activist is inspired by her great-aunt, who lost her life earlier this year and fought for the protection of the Great Lakes. Autumn, who took over the role of her aunt, made a speech at the UN General Assembly in 2018; "No one should have to worry about water cleaning or scarcity. No child should live without knowing what clean water is."

Mari Copeny

Mari Copeny is one of the youngest activists known for drawing attention to the water crisis Flint in the US state of Michigan. When Mari was just eight years old, she wrote to Barack Obama, the president of the period, representing people affected by dirty water. The 12-year-old activist, who demanded a meeting under Barack Obama's leadership in order to solve this problem, received positive feedback. At the meeting, a $ 100 million grant was provided for the repair of the water system. Mari, also known as Mrs. Flint, continues her struggle by defending society and the environment. Since 2016, Mari Copeny, along with Pack Your Back, a non-profit organization, has helped more than 25,000 children in providing school supplies and access to clean water.

Xiye Bastida

Born and raised in Mexico, Xiye, a 17-year-old climate activist, faced the devastating effects of climate change in her hometown of extreme droughts and floods. Moving to New York four years ago, Xiye saw the damage caused by Hurricane Sandy, the largest hurricane in the record, and realized that something had to be done. The activist, who helped raise the awareness of his close circle, hopes to inspire the entire world to save our planet. Xiye Bastida, who supported the destek Fridays For Future ”movement, which started under the leadership of Greta Thunberg with her peers, gave an interview; “Thousands of years ago people were protecting the world. We must re-embrace this philosophy. If we want to live on Earth, we have to protect it. Instead of saying ız we are people, biz we should learn to say iz we are the planet. ”

Atlas Sarrafoğlu

We know Atlas Sarrafoğlu, one of the youngest climate activists, in an activity he organized in Bebek Park with his peers. “Today, as young people, we came here to show that we are worried about our future. 11 11-year-old activist said, seller Floods, hoses and hurricanes become more frequent due to climate change. Due to extreme heat, dams are building. Plants are shrinking. You created this. Devam Reminding Greta Thunberg's words, orum I want you to act as if your house is on fire, because it's on fire! Atlas Atlas invited everyone to move for a cleaner world.

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