Pakistani Climate Crisis Activist, Aliza Ayaz, appears in a CNN interview [VIDEO]

Pakistani climate crisis activist Aliza Ayaz, who is also a student advocate for health and environment at the House of Lords and founder as well as a chairperson of CAS, recently appeared on Christiane Amanpour’s show.

Christiane Amanpour is an ‘Emmy award-winning’ anchor. Aliza shared her views on climate change alongside Kiribati’s former president, Anote Tong.

Aliza, in the interview, shared her thoughts about how Pakistan is far away from climate emergency declaration. She also added that as a part of the climate emergency declaration, we should also be making contributions to ‘climate change mitigation’ along with ‘anti-carbonization’ efforts possible.

The 22-year-old is the first-ever student from the country to have led a Climate Action Society (CAS). The non-profit organization has supporters in thousands. Other than this, Aliza was also invited to the House of Commons by Baroness Young of Homsey to discuss the topic of climate change. Moreover, she was also appointed as the Youth Ambassador for the UN to promote their SDGs.

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