Seven-year-old Indian Moksha Roy receives 'Points of Light' award in UK
Indian-origin seven-year-old Moksha Roy has been honored with the British Prime Minister's 'Points of Light' award.
An Overview of the news:
- Indian-origin Moksha Roy has been working for the United Nations' sustainable initiative against microplastic pollution since she was just three years old.
- British Deputy Prime Minister Oliver Dowden presented the award to seven-year-old Moksha Roy in the third week of July.
- Moksha Roy has been given the title as the world's youngest sustainability advocate.
- Moksha is recognized for her work in several sustainable campaigns including raising funds to help children in need.
- Moksha's parents Raginiji Roy and Sourav Roy said that their daughter's effort proves that even small children in the society can play an important role in combating climate change.
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