Aisha Swarn, 20, from the United Kingdom, is an External Relations Associate at ThinkYoung, working on business development, projects, and partnerships across Europe. Young people to decision-making processes and discussions that have a social and environmental impact. In addition, Aisha has been working as a freelance writer for more than two years.
Her passion for climate recovery and youth advocacy is her writing, and her articles have appeared in Uprising, Studenter, New Student, Lead the Change and Millennial news outlets based in Brussels.
Aisha uses her platform to write about climate restoration for example, in a student blog called Uprising, and writes about more pressing issues that need to be discussed than literacy, women’s empowerment and climate restoration currently.
To complement this, in her most recent internship with an NGO called ThinkPacific, she was able to create a Climate Recovery Policy Report, along with the policy recommendations needed to ensure everyone plays their part in the climate crisis. The government will introduce restoration policies in the fight against climate change.
With the worsening of climate change, most of the climate agreements, such as the Paris Agreement, are not sufficient to prevent the global average temperature from rising by 1.5 degrees Celsius. More efforts are now needed to combat climate change, no matter how big or small. We must start now, the time has come. For the end of the conversation and the work to be done.