is the youngest sustainability advocate, spreading awareness and inspiring action for a greener and more sustainable future.
She was exposed to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by her scientist parents who founded the Centre for Big Synergy.
Moksha integrated SDGs-related knowledge into the curriculum of British schools by writing to the PM of the UK and leaders of 193 countries.
She has a YouTube channel to raise awareness about microplastic pollution, aiming to educate children through the 'Microplastic Free 2023' campaign.
By 2030, she feels every child can become a 'Global Goals Superhero' by caring for the planet in everything they do and working towards the UN SDGs.
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