#7 Share the expertise

21 October 2021

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Skill Description Competition Listening

We have heard from some incredible experts this week on the Hub. So this week's competition asks you to listen, learn and share their expertise!

STEP 1: See what our COP26 experts have to say here...

Al Gore, the former American vice-president

Hernán Payaguaje, the founding member of the Ceibo Alliance

Shaama Sandooyea, the world's first underwater climate strike activist

Dhruti Chakravarthi, who attended COP25 as an official observer

STEP 2: Choose the most important thing that they said and explain who else should hear it.

For example, a world leader, people who do a particular thing or someone in a particular job.

Your answer should be no longer than THREE SENTENCES. If it is too long, it cannot win.

You could structure your answer like this:

  1. I listened to Al Gore/Hernán Payaguaje/Shaama Sandooyea/Dhruti Chakravarthi.
  2. The most important thing they said was...
  3. I think that XXXXX should hear their message because...

Comments (490)

  • British Council.jpg appreciative_pear | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    15 Oct 2021

    I listened to Hernan Paya Gwaji's answers. The most important thing I learned is that the climate crisis is a serious one and must be addressed, that indigenous peoples are the most vulnerable to the climate, and we must reduce the impacts of climate.

    1. katie.jpg Katie @ Topical Talk
      appreciative_pear's comment 15 Oct 2021

      That's great for STEP 1. Now for STEP 2, who do you think should hear this information?

      1. British Council.jpg blessed_personality | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
        Katie @ Topical Talk's comment 18 Oct 2021

        from my point of view, the participants of COP26 conferance should hear her talk in order to recognize that climate change is a very dangerous issue

      2. British Council.jpg romantic_wolf | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
        Katie @ Topical Talk's comment 18 Oct 2021

        I think that those who should hear this saying are the developing and large countries because in my opinion they are the ones who make the environment more vulnerable to pollution because of their large and huge factories, and just as they are the cause of environmental pollution, they can be a reason for making the environment greener by using roads Environmentally friendly in their big business.

      3. British Council.jpg mindful_football | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
        Katie @ Topical Talk's comment 19 Oct 2021

        From my point of view, I think that the head of state should listen to it, because he is the one who represents the entire country and he is the one who can control the state and everything related to it.

    2. British Council.jpg effervescent_conversation | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      appreciative_pear's comment 15 Oct 2021

      Global warming and changes in climate have major implications for agriculture, affecting ecosystems and the benefits they provide to societies. This increasingly affects crop and livestock production, agricultural soil and water resources, and food security. Nuclear and isotopic techniques play a critical role in assessing the impacts of climate change

    3. British Council.jpg flowing_volcano | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      appreciative_pear's comment 18 Oct 2021

      From my point of view,everyone should listen to ther message specifically the United Nations Educational,Scientific and Cultural Organization

  • British Council.jpg appreciative_pear | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    15 Oct 2021

    This information must be heard by their world leaders, governments and climate change organizations to reduce climate change and give them the right to participate and contribute to stopping the climate change crisis

    1. British Council.jpg effervescent_conversation | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      appreciative_pear's comment 15 Oct 2021

      Scientists have found that to save the Earth from climate change, humans must eat less meat and change their clothing habits, according to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

    2. British Council.jpg romantic_wolf | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      appreciative_pear's comment 18 Oct 2021

      And I heard this same piece of information from Jimmy, which he was directing to presidents as well, and he was saying that presidents should be more concerned with the environment and that their governance should be green. In your opinion, who else should we send this message to other than the presidents??

  • British Council.jpg amazing_walrus | School of Excellence Sector-23 Rohini | India
    15 Oct 2021

    I listened to Dhruti chakravarthi.
    The most important thing she said was building a connection between children and nature .
    I think parents and teachers should hear her message as they are the one to shape the mind of a child.

    1. British Council.jpg mindful_football | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      amazing_walrus's comment 15 Oct 2021

      Yes, there are those who do not care about the child, his mind, or his future. Parents should be on the contrary, and they should care about everything related to the child’s future and present as well.

    2. British Council.jpg supportive_tradition | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      amazing_walrus's comment 15 Oct 2021

      As Dhurti Chakra Varthy said, your view is correct that the child and the environment are like a tree that does not grow outside its soil except by providing an artificial environment for it.



      This is how some mothers distance the child from the first teacher of "nature" and immerse him in a fake industrial environment of activities, plastics and electronics to compensate for his deprivation.



      They replace their (natural) life with another (fake industrial), although all that a child needs is in the natural environment around him, he can absorb the nectar of his entire development, body, mind and soul.



      I think only a mother should put her child in an open green space without restrictions to play, as if I had put (the slide) in place, so I give an example of technology because it has completely captured our minds.

      1. British Council.jpg amazing_walrus | School of Excellence Sector-23 Rohini | India
        supportive_tradition's comment 18 Oct 2021

        Yes you are right ..but I thinks it's the responsibility of both parents . Just like a mother could let her child play in nature ,a father can make his child aquanted with the ongoing climate issue by showing his child the things which are responsible for this. Both the parents can tell their child about their times when the climatic conditions were much better it'll make the child think about it harder .

    3. British Council.jpg free_atom | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      amazing_walrus's comment 18 Oct 2021

      I listened to Dhruti Chakravarthi too.
      I think the most important thing is building bridge between parents and children.
      I think this must be heard by teachers because their role is not only to help students to succeed in exams, it also to help them succeed in life, and this is of equal importance to me. Teachers play roles side by side with parents, the teacher can be a father, a mother, helper, monitor, adviser. Children are the seeds of society if we grow them well, we can guarantee a better life.

      1. British Council.jpg aware_expression | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
        free_atom's comment 18 Oct 2021

        Yes, I think the teacher is the one who shares the guardian's upbringing with his children alive . You do not condescend by offending or underestimating him and helping him understand his child's mindset

    4. British Council.jpg romantic_wolf | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      amazing_walrus's comment 18 Oct 2021

      I think that any adult should listen to it because children and their custom like to imitate predators in everything, I think any adult can influence children's belief that they have a duty to preserve the environment because it is their future

    5. British Council.jpg original_pear | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      amazing_walrus's comment 18 Oct 2021

      In my opinion, these words can be directed to mothers because they are the only influence in their lives and the aspect of psychological support, enhancing self-confidence, integrating him into social life and seeking to raise him a good upbringing to be good in society.

    6. British Council.jpg unassuming_tamarillo | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      amazing_walrus's comment 19 Oct 2021

      Yes, this is true. I think that every school in the world should talk about climate change, even for 10 minutes. Because students take all their experiences from schools after their parents, of course, so work must be done on the issue of climate change in schools, because if students are educated from now on, they will be the solution to this problem in the future. Like in my school, I did not know anything about climate change and its dangers, but the teachers always told us and informed us about climate change, so now I am always thinking of solutions to that problem, and this is something very beneficial for the environment.

    7. British Council.jpg neat_guitar | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      amazing_walrus's comment 19 Oct 2021

      You said in your comment that we have to build a relationship between the child and nature, but why??

      * Because everything a child needs is found in the natural environment around him, there he can absorb the nectar of his growth completely, body, mind and spirit. Just put your child in an open green space without restrictions to play, as if you put (the chip) in its right place..

      *The more important question than “why” is “how do we build the relationship between the child and nature”

      1. Make him spend limited time with electronic devices.
      2. Plant with your child the seeds of fast-growing plants so that your child can see quick gardening results.
      3. Play with your child in the mud, let your clothes get dirty, plant gardening seeds in it.
      4. Try to walk in public parks amidst greenery with your child, which is also a way to practice and encourage sports.

    8. British Council.jpg witty_recipe | Barishal Cadet College | Bangladesh
      amazing_walrus's comment 20 Oct 2021

      yes,I agree with you. Specially Parents should take inititave to make a connection with nature instead of video games and other electronic stuffs of their children.

    9. British Council.jpg aware_expression | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      amazing_walrus's comment 20 Oct 2021

      I agree with you. I think that educators who work in nurseries should hear this saying because they have a magical and unique effect on the child's personality and mental formation.

  • British Council.jpg broadminded_independence | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    15 Oct 2021

    I listened to Shaama Sandooyea’s responses. The most important thing she said was, ‘If we don't fight for it in the Indian Ocean, who will fight for us?’ which reflects her concern to save the oceans and solve the climate crisis. I think that ‘EVERYONE’ of us should hear her this message, because this earth is our and these are we who must come forward to save this mother earth WHERE WE ABIDE IN.

    1. British Council.jpg supportive_tradition | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      broadminded_independence's comment 19 Oct 2021

      It is an inspiration. I truly believe that we should all do the same, it is a duty to fight for Mother Earth because it is the duty of all of us Shaama Sandooyea is truly an inspiration from her activities, she is a huge inspiration not only to our younger generation but also to all the people who are truly concerned about our climate change. Anyone can be useful in solving the problem of climate change.
      But I understood from her words that we must strengthen the relationship between the child and the ocean. I would like to ask you how you think that child-rearing institutions will help strengthen the connection of children with the ocean or the sea.

  • British Council.jpg bold_idea | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    15 Oct 2021

    I listened to Sandooyea . The most important thing she said that ther is a lot of life in the ocean that we do not know exist and which is magical .It should be not be suffering because of the decisions that other people are making .
    I think scientists and environmentalist should hear this information.

    1. British Council.jpg romantic_wolf | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      bold_idea's comment 19 Oct 2021

      I think that journalists and famous people should hear this article because if they are affected by this article they will influence a lot of people because they can use their influence in a positive way by educating people about the importance of caring for life under water because the oceans - through their temperature and chemical composition Its water streams and the vital richness they contain - one of the most important components of the natural systems that make the earth habitable for humanity, so it is the two types of people for their interests.

    2. British Council.jpg free_atom | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      bold_idea's comment 19 Oct 2021

      I listened to it too.
      I think we have to keep the life in the ocean, it is part of the our world, which is like a body if one part complains, the others do. To protect the ocean, for example, the government has to put strict laws on fishing, small fish should be kept in order to protect the fish wealth.

  • British Council.jpg alert_idea | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    15 Oct 2021

    Step 1: I listened to Al Gore. The most important thing he said was that clean energy and sustainable products are cheaper than fossil fuels.
    Step 2: I think that whoever should hear this information is a global leader to invite his people to think more and more about exploiting renewable energies that are environmentally friendly, and trying to advance his country's economy in a way that builds a greener environment, and diversifies the country with green economic resources, instead of exploiting them against the environment. And it is already a source of economic loss for many developing countries if they continue to import them.

    1. British Council.jpg supportive_tradition | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      alert_idea's comment 16 Oct 2021

      I think he should listen to this talk.

      He is the chiefs responsible for climate and public health organizations to work in and urged their people to use them and pass harsh laws against those who violate them and impose taxes on them as punishment.
      The owners of companies and factories must also work not to consume natural resources, but rather to use them instead of polluting sources of the environment.
      And work on research and innovations that will find effective solutions to various environmental problems.

    2. British Council.jpg romantic_wolf | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      alert_idea's comment 18 Oct 2021

      And I think that also those who should hear this saying are the owners of the factories so that they use their factories in the right ways, for example, instead of operating the machines on the energy generated from fossil fuels, they use them from renewable energy, for example, instead of making electric tools and cars that need energy from fossil fuels that they can manufacture On the basis that it operates on renewable and clean energy

    3. British Council.jpg aware_expression | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      alert_idea's comment 18 Oct 2021

      Yes, I agree,because there are many advantages to renewable energy
      1. Fixed prices
      2.renewable energy
      3.Reliability
      4.low greenhouse gas
      5.emissions
      6.Gritting large _ scale jobs
      7. Low cost
      8. The possibility of creating small stations

    4. British Council.jpg sensitive_guitar | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      alert_idea's comment 19 Oct 2021

      I think the people who should be channeling this information are the leaders, because they can hire scientists who can test the materials that are made, are they sustainable or not? In this way, manufacturers can make sustainable products so that we can reduce fuel emissions.

    5. British Council.jpg benevolent_rock | Sylhet Cadet College | Bangladesh
      alert_idea's comment 20 Oct 2021

      Ya, I also concentrated on Al Gore.
      I found it fascinating how despite being the vice president of the US, he still struggled on conserving a green future for the future generation and tried convincing everyone about the climate change crisis even when he didn't know more about the climate crisis and couldn't connect to anyone with same thoughts as him as no social media or such were present at that time. And he did all these working as a politician side by side too!
      I think world leaders like Donald Trump (though he is retired now) must dive deep through the words for Mr. Al Gore and try to bring changes to help our lovely Earth!

    6. British Council.jpg aware_expression | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      alert_idea's comment 20 Oct 2021

      I agree with you, I must be a person with a creative mind who possesses a supernatural power to give solutions to preserve the environment and reduce environmental degradation. According to my opinion, developing countries should hear this saying because it is the reason for the backwardness of pollution and they should not think in this way because this profit is limited, but what they cause to the security of the earth is very ugly.

  • British Council.jpg adaptable_memory | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    15 Oct 2021

    1) I listened to Al gore, the former American Vice President.

    2) The most important thing he said was, "They knew as early as the 1970s that oil, gas, and coal were harming our planet, but instead of sounding the alarm and rethinking their business plans, they tried to hide those impacts and make people believe that there wasn’t a problem."

    3) I think that everyone should hear their message, specifically the 'POLITICAL LEADERS' because throughout the previous years we became so much obsessed with our personal benefits that we didn't even hesitate to risk our mother earth, our origin even after knowing how drastic the consequences would be and this quote will make everyone aware that, "When we keep risking the nature to fill our personal needs, nature takes away everything from us one day."

    1. British Council.jpg supportive_tradition | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      adaptable_memory's comment 16 Oct 2021

      Your point of view is correct, as we have forgotten our duty towards the environment and worked to pollute the environment and turned the vast green spaces into factories that pollute the air and did not give them priority.
      As a result of our actions, it now surrounds us from all sides, affecting our health and well-being, negatively affecting the economy of our country, and we have built large facilities and buildings that have polluted the soil and razed them.
      Our reckless water conservation has increased the problem of sewage and water pollution, and some aquatic animals have died because of our heinous actions towards the environment.
      So we must correct the mistakes we made with the environment at all costs, the least people can do is know the impact of pollution on them, and put pressure on politicians, leaders and decision-makers to reduce pollution in all countries.

    2. British Council.jpg supportive_tradition | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      adaptable_memory's comment 18 Oct 2021

      I really liked this saying, Locol Tama said a similar statement at a conference that oil and oil are the most important causes and sources of environmental pollution and we must reduce them.
      I am addressing my words to the oil and oil-exporting countries, petrol stations and car drivers, so we can use the sun's energy to generate electric power for the car to move.
      I believe that we should not be careless in these matters so that our actions do not become the ones that will destroy us.

    3. British Council.jpg sensitive_guitar | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      adaptable_memory's comment 19 Oct 2021

      I think the ones who should hear these words are the presidents, because they were thriving, and they were still not interested in climate and people's interests, they were just interested in their own interests, and they had to stop this farce, and they had to rethink the future, at least as we see now, the situation of the planet is very degraded.

  • British Council.jpg aware_expression | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    15 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Hernán Payaguaje
    2. The most important thing he said was that the indigenous people generally don't contribute much in the climate change, but are the receivers of its effect and impact in the first hand.
    3. I think that the human rights official in the world should hear his message because there are many innocent people who are affected and sick with a dozen sins

    1. British Council.jpg supportive_tradition | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      aware_expression's comment 15 Oct 2021

      I also think that, although they are not responsible for these changes, they are the most vulnerable to them, and the harmful impact of humans on climate change is an indisputable fact, but this applies to decision makers, scientists and leaders who are still trying to find effective solutions to various environmental problems and we rely on them and encourage them, and we will not stand idly by. We also want to help solve this global climate crisis.

    2. British Council.jpg mindful_football | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      aware_expression's comment 15 Oct 2021

      By this, I say that the opinions of citizens must be listened to. I know that they represent nothing but that they are citizens. Unfortunately, this is what most presidents think, even though the citizen is the most affected by pollution of all kinds.

    3. British Council.jpg aware_expression | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      aware_expression's comment 18 Oct 2021

      There are some solutions like this
      1. Increasing trees
      2.Turning CO2 into a smudge
      3.Promoting a renewable energy trend
      4.making the Earth's surface more reflective
      Do you have any other solutions ?

    4. British Council.jpg supportive_tradition | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      aware_expression's comment 19 Oct 2021

      As for me, after watching Hernan's answers, I learned that the aborigines had a strong spiritual connection to their lands and resources. And yet they are increasingly being forced to migrate, even though they are the most affected by the climate.
      So Hernan made sure that we all support them so that their voices can be heard and they can actively participate in the decisions that affect them.
      This is important, as Hernan brought us to confront these peoples and the available means to move forward in reviving their identities and support them to protect their rights, preserve their lands and protect their homelands.

      1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
        supportive_tradition's comment 19 Oct 2021

        Let's ensure we use the correct language here, supportive_tradition. "Indigenous communities" is the words Hernan's used, so we should too.

    5. British Council.jpg healthy_antelope | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      aware_expression's comment 19 Oct 2021

      I also think that the local community should listen, because it has to change its habits and think about its interests from now, so that it can earn its rights to live in a safe environment that does not face the danger of the climate

  • British Council.jpg free_river | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    15 Oct 2021

    1)I listened to Al Gore.
    2)The most important thing he said was," that image of the small ‘blue marble’ we call home opened so many people’s eyes to how fragile our planet is and inspired millions to want to protect it."
    3) I think the leaders of the under developed or developing countries should hear it because we know now a days how much important space exploration is important . and By using their own satellites they can get the news of any disasters few days ago and take preparations on the other hand they can make their childrens innovative and thinking about climate crisis and ideas and give them a dream to work on it.

    1. British Council.jpg bright_grape | Mymensingh Girls Cadet College | Bangladesh
      free_river's comment 18 Oct 2021

      Dear friend, will the leaders of underdeveloped countries be able to understand metaphors like " that image of the small ‘blue marble’ we call home opened so many people’s eyes to how fragile our planet is and inspired millions to want to protect it." Normally in underdeveloped countries, leaders are uneducated, the come to power by force and violence. Can this line truly and fully influence them? Will those leaders give care to a line like this? What do you think?

      1. British Council.jpg warmhearted_clarinet | Barishal Cadet College | Bangladesh
        bright_grape's comment 18 Oct 2021

        Your opinion seems to be valuable

    2. British Council.jpg romantic_wolf | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      free_river's comment 19 Oct 2021

      In my opinion, rescue and humanitarian aid organizations must hear this saying because the satellites do their job, which is imaging and knowing the disaster, but the entire responsibility after that falls on the rescue organizations because the most essential task in this case is to draw up an accurate map of the affected areas, and it can be drawn Accurate maps with their own software, and they start their mission to save the earth.

    3. British Council.jpg sensitive_guitar | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      free_river's comment 19 Oct 2021

      I think the ones who should read the words are scientists, because they can employ satellites to monitor global warming in order to keep humans informed of these changes, and this contributes to maintaining the continuity of life on the planet, and if the changes are not good, they can quickly reduce activities now harmful to the environment.

    4. British Council.jpg logical_raisin | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
      free_river's comment 21 Oct 2021

      1) I listened to him too.

      2) The most important thing he said was that in spite of knowing that oil, gas, and coal were harming our planet in the early 1970s, rethinking their business plans, the then political leaders tried to hide those impacts and make people believe that there wasn’t a problem.

      3) I think that everyone should hear their message, specifically the 'POLITICAL LEADERS' because throughout the previous years we became so much obsessed with our personal benefits that we didn't even hesitate to risk our mother earth, our origin even after knowing how drastic the consequences would be and this quote will make everyone aware that, "When we keep risking the nature to fill our personal needs, nature takes away everything from us one day."

  • British Council.jpg willing_mood | Rimal Prep Girls School C | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    15 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Al Gore 2- The best thing he said is that one of the most important things he learned during his time in government is the importance of the power of people and also the power of young people to be strong voices for change. 3- I think that all people should listen to his technical ideas that are useful and convincing

    1. British Council.jpg sensitive_guitar | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      willing_mood's comment 19 Oct 2021

      I think these words should be addressed to young people, because they're the younger generation, and they're at an age at which they can talk strongly about the impact of climate on them and the world and strengthen their peers to help solve the climate impacts that we're facing in the last few years.

  • British Council.jpg splendid_fruit | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    15 Oct 2021

    I listened to Al Gore, the most important thing he said in his great phrase is (I'm the one who cares), you should hear them because highlighting your role is important in climate change, I think the one who should hear this information is the person who does not know its value in society.

    1. British Council.jpg sensitive_guitar | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      splendid_fruit's comment 19 Oct 2021

      I agree with you, and l also think that those words should be heard by who feel that they can bring about change in society and also conduct awareness campaigns to prevent the harmful effects of the climate and to urge people to reduce climate-damaging behavior.

  • British Council.jpg awesome_cloud | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    15 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Shaama Sandooyea
    2. The most important thing she said that we all must have the courage and brave to save our mother earth from the extinction. If we love our earth so our duty is to save and protect it from the horrible effects of climate change.
    3. I think that the her message should be heard by everyone on the earth not only specific leader or specific responsible because everyone should participate in saving our earth.

    1. British Council.jpg constructive_nation | Khan Younis Prep A Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      awesome_cloud's comment 19 Oct 2021

      You have a right that protecting the land is a great responsibility incumbent upon everyone, and I add to your information that all international organizations, all laws, legislation and human rights affirm that freedom is a legitimate right that everyone must enjoy. Everyone should know that the oppressor, no matter how intense his oppression and tyranny, will disappear

  • British Council.jpg bright_currant | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    15 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Dhruti
    2. The most important thing she said that we should convince industrialized countries to give up their profits and earns in exchange for protecting the world from climate change.
    3. In my opinion her message should be heard by the mangers of all famous companies in the world because they have an important role in reducing the rate of climate change.

    1. British Council.jpg mindful_football | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      bright_currant's comment 15 Oct 2021

      Yes, there is a problem that everyone cares about money and material wealth and does not care about natural wealth, and this affects the climate and their wealth will not benefit them while they lack any natural wealth, whatever it is / environmental pollution - water pollution - or climate change

    2. British Council.jpg supportive_tradition | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      bright_currant's comment 18 Oct 2021

      I agree with you. And this is very good for the big countries to give up their gains to protect small and low-income countries by working to provide aid not only financial assistance, but also technical assistance, educational programs, financing of economic projects and improvement of the living situation. For poor countries, they can also share with them the medicines needed to treat the diseases of their population, and they can work to give them military aid to protect themselves from dangers and aid that works to reduce crises and natural disasters.
      But this assistance should not be for its own interests, to expand its scope and control over it, to strengthen its role, and to protect its allies. She must have a sincere intention to help her in her development and progress.

    3. British Council.jpg admirable_writer | Rimal Prep Girls School C | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      bright_currant's comment 19 Oct 2021

      Yes, you are right people interested in financial and material resources and do not care about natural substances

    4. British Council.jpg constructive_journalist | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      bright_currant's comment 19 Oct 2021

      From my point of view, officials and presidents should listen to it, because at the present time, some officials are only interested in themselves and seek only their interests, even if it is at the expense of the destruction of their country. The most successful countries in the world.

  • British Council.jpg supportive_tradition | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    15 Oct 2021

    After answering the students' questions I got some characteristics and information about the boss. I listened to Al Gore. It is a shame to say his name only because he is a miracle in the history of climate.
    The thing I learned from former US Vice President Al Gore is that he never denied Dr. Robert Pollard, that he was humble, though he was a president, but he never seemed ostentatious or anything like that, and that he never gave up on Dr. Robert Pollard has been working with him until now.
    I admire those people who choose their friends with good knowledge and are grateful to them for life and always remember their bounty.
    Other than that, Al Gore worked to preserve the environment from pollution and damage to the environment and the climate.
    He is truly a miracle and a wonderful personality.
    He also did not leave his knowledge to himself, but rather worked to find solutions to the crisis for the benefit of the whole world. This is a wonderful trait that characterizes Al Gore.
    It also encourages us and gives us hope that we will live in a safe environment and a better future and not give in to the simplest things.
    I am glad that I got to know him and his valuable work, and we are honored to set an example for all of us young people, and to work on the path he took to be like him in the future and benefit the world with him. Our knowledge, as did US President Al Gore.
    I address these words to those who in the future want to have an active role in society and want to work with a team. I want to say choose the right people and do not forget them when you achieve your goals to leave them with a beautiful memory because this works to develop and advance societies and spread love among people, intimacy and affection, and because “behind every successful society or country are loving and successful leaders and leaders.

    1. katie.jpg Katie @ Topical Talk
      supportive_tradition's comment 15 Oct 2021

      Very thorough, supportive_tradition! But this competition entry can't win because it doesn't meet the rules. Can you check and see why?

      1. British Council.jpg supportive_tradition | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
        Katie @ Topical Talk's comment 15 Oct 2021

        I know my answer is not like the sample you gave us, but I want to make a change anyway, my comment seems to be too long because it's over 3 sentences. In what way I will give you the answer according to the sample:
        1. I listened to Al Gore.
        2. I was drawn to Al Gore's "I learned a lot from Dr. Pollard when I was Vice President." Here I learned that being humble, choosing the right people for work and not forgetting those friends who supported us should leave them with good memories and remind people of them.
        3- I want to address those who aspire to be presidents. You need to be confident in yourself, but not too much, so as not to look too ostentatious and achieve success in your life.

        1. British Council.jpg sensitive_guitar | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
          supportive_tradition's comment 19 Oct 2021

          I certainly agree with your comment, but those who aspire to be presidents must have an audience to support them in order to aspire to this dream.Become a president without an audience in useless, because the public's love and approval of the president makes it.

  • British Council.jpg mindful_football | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    15 Oct 2021

    I listened to aShaama Sandooyea
    The most important thing she said is about boys who can't raise their voice despite their concern for the watery climate
    I want to direct her words to the Water Council, and the reason is that it does not care about the citizen's voice or his opinion. Only the voice of ministers, presidents and high-ranking officials is heard, which usually negatively affects the citizen.

  • British Council.jpg quirky_sheep | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    15 Oct 2021

    I listened to Hernán Payaguaje
    The most important and intriguing thing he said was,
    "Historically, our struggles and our perspectives as indigenous peoples have been hidden and have been excluded from international debates and decision-making, and that's been intentional. Our voices have been silenced by governments and companies in the industries that feel threatened by the messages that we bring".

    HERE, I THINK THAT HEAD OF THE STATES OF ALL COUNTRIES SHOULD HEAR THIS MESSAGE BECAUSE...

    This message illustrates the significance of perspective irrespective of race, community, religion etc. Each and every perspective has the potential to change the entire world along with climate change. But while the indigenous people are the worst sufferers of the climate change, their voices are mostly silenced by the government authorities resulting in more negative impact of climate change on the country. That's why, all the government leaders should learn from here not to neglect any one irrespective of any basis rather to hear their valuable perspectives out.

    1. British Council.jpg champion_fact | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      quirky_sheep's comment 20 Oct 2021

      Hernan is a great one, I also listened to him (Hernan Bayaguaji).
      I admired all his talk, but the most important saying he said is the (world's reaction to indigenous peoples in the past as it revealed and clarify that their voices were silenced even though it was their rights by governments and companies in industries because they felt threatened via the messages of indigenous peoples).
      I want to direct his message and words to the presidents and heads of state, so that they care about the voice of indigenous peoples and contain them in elections and other things because they are also basic and important members in the society.

  • British Council.jpg faithful_aspect | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    15 Oct 2021

    I listened to Alvord the former American vice president
    the people who were facing some of the first impacts of the climate crisis, their stories filled me with purpose and energy to work to help solve the challenges they were facing.
    And I learned from his words Youth is a force to be reckoned with And they are the promising generation that represents a force that influences decision-making Therefore, we must work to take care of them

  • British Council.jpg calm_outcome | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    15 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Dhruti
    2. The most important thing she said that there are many intergeneration pressure put on children of this generation.
    3. In my opinion her message should be heard by all parents and teachers in the world in order to take care of their children and students

    1. British Council.jpg adventurous_cloudberry | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      calm_outcome's comment 19 Oct 2021

      1. I listened to Dhruti, too
      2 BUT the most beautiful thing she said that we can persuade industrialized cities to stop their earns in exchanging for saving the world from the issue of climate change.
      3. According to me her message should be listened by the principals of all factories in the world because they have a necessary role in minimizing the rate of climate change and this will help in getting a beautiful environment.

  • British Council.jpg accomplished_interaction | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    15 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Shaama Sandooyea
    2. The most important thing she said that is to never give up doing your best to stop climate change
    3. I believe that her message should be heard by everyone who have goal in his life, I advise them not to stop achieving their hopes , dreams and ambitious even if they see these things are impossible. I think Shaama Sandooyeais right because there is no impossible with the determination

    1. British Council.jpg healthy_antelope | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      accomplished_interaction's comment 19 Oct 2021

      I think that inventors and innovators are the ones who have to hear it, so that the hope remains in their hearts that their inventions and solutions will succeed, and that is how we will be able to unleash the despair

  • British Council.jpg quiet_penguin | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    15 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Shaama Sandooyea
    2. The most important thing she said that" If we love our earth then it is our responsibility to save our earth"
    3. I think that her message should be heard by all president and people to save our mother planet otherwise we will lose it.

  • British Council.jpg warmhearted_ocean | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    15 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Shaama Sandooyea
    2. The most important thing she said that" It's difficult to change the perspective of some people"
    3. In my point of view her message should be heard by journalists all over the world because if they don’t have enough evidence to convince people in news or stories they will not be able to change people's perspectives.

  • British Council.jpg radical_strategy | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    15 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Hernán
    2. The most important thing he said that" indigenous peoples and governments must give the right to participate effectively in the negotiations on climate change".
    3. In my point of view his message should be heard by the leader of November conference that will talk about climate change because all our government has the right to participate in this conference as the issue of climate change is a global one.

  • British Council.jpg proactive_dragonfruit | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    15 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Hernán
    2. The most important thing he said that I learned that indigenous peoples are the main actors in the protection of the vast majority of sensitive ecosystems
    3. In my point of view his message should be heard by the presidents and ministers in the world to take care of their citizen because a lot of citizen have great ideas and big amount of creativity to help in finding solution to climate change.

    1. British Council.jpg awesome_cloud | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      proactive_dragonfruit's comment 20 Oct 2021

      - For me I also watched and listened to Hernán
      - I admired his saying which I regarded most important thing " indigenous human beings and governments would give the rights and power to participate and share effectively in the negotiations of climate changes.
      - I believe his message, words and saying should be heard by the participants of COP26 conference that would be dedicated to talk about climate change as all governments around the world has the right to share in this important conference since the issue of climate changes is a global one.

  • British Council.jpg admirable_knowledge | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    15 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Hernan Bayaguaji.
    2. The most important thing he said was the world's reaction to Indigenous Peoples in the past because it showed that their voices were silenced even though it was their right by governments and companies in industries because they felt threatened by the messages of Indigenous peoples.
    3. I want to direct his words to the heads of state, so that they care about the voice of indigenous peoples and include them in elections and other things because they are also important.

    1. British Council.jpg supportive_tradition | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      admirable_knowledge's comment 19 Oct 2021

      You are correct, but I would like to say that the Earth cannot recover on its own without human intervention to preserve the environment and reduce pollution because it is he who has worked to show this phenomenon.
      But I think if they don't listen to us, I would expect the human race to end because of wars and epidemics or weapons of mass destruction that force indigenous peoples to migrate before climate change kills us.
      We must encourage the indigenous people of this land and work to develop their deep and strongly connected spirit in the land.
      And I want to direct my words to those who aspire to leave our lands, especially (the politicians and presidents) to them that we will not dispense with our land and our resources for you, the greedy who are the main cause of climate change and the damage that is taking place in the environment.

  • British Council.jpg smart_theory | Start-Rite Schools | Nigeria
    15 Oct 2021

    I listened to Hernán Payaguaje.
    The most important thing they said was that we should never be silenced even when we are scared, we should fight for our Earth!
    I think that government officials all across the world should hear their message because climate change affects everyone, no one is excluded from it so we should all work together to try and eliminate or at least reduce this pressing matter.

  • Cheam Fields logo alert_writer | Cheam Fields Primary Academy A | United Kingdom
    15 Oct 2021

    1) I listened to Shaama Sandooyea.
    2) The most important thing I think she said was 'it is hard for adults to question their beliefs, question themselves' because adults' minds are not as spry as they were when they were younger.
    3) I think children should hear this because they could educate their parents about this in a way that they would understand, because they might not understand the young voices speaking out for our oceans.

  • British Council.jpg original_pear | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    15 Oct 2021

    I've heard of Hernan payaguaje, he said what is the relationship between the child and nature. This should be heard by the parents, because they are the ones who raise the child, and work to develop and educate the child's intelligence.

  • British Council.jpg elated_ladder | Mirzapur Cadet College | Bangladesh
    16 Oct 2021

    I listened to Dhruti Chakravarthi.

    The most important thing that she said which I thought was how Indian girls, or girls in general from all over the world can play an important role in climate change crisis.

    I think in many stages girls are overlooked, but the world should know that girls also have a voice, have creativity, have a perspective and more which can lift us up from such a crisis, because 'how can you just get ahead by leaving half of the population?'.

    1. British Council.jpg supportive_tradition | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      elated_ladder's comment 19 Oct 2021

      I agree with you because we girls should help our communities, train to study green jobs as solar engineers and be the first to push for adoption of new technology and knowledge in societies where resistance to change is high.
      I want to say to those who believe that girls do not contribute to solving the climate problem, you should never underestimate the spirit and vitality of girls, because we are catalysts for change, working to find new solutions and raising awareness of our capabilities to lead on climate change.

    2. British Council.jpg alert_idea | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      elated_ladder's comment 19 Oct 2021

      - For me I also listened to Dhruti.
      - The most wonderful words she said in her speech was building a strong connection and a strong relationship between children and nature .
      - I think that mothers should listen to her words as they are the most one who deal with children and take care of them from babies to kids. mothers should interested of them because later they will become the adults of the society. As a result, they will introduce creative children for the society who will give us creative solution for climate change.

  • British Council.jpg versatile_satsuma | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    16 Oct 2021

    1 I listened to Hernan Baigwagi, 2 The most important thing he said was that he was able to make four nationalities allied with each other to fight and preserve their culture, land and life, 3 Their message should be heard by the leaders of the countries Because we can emulate their story by getting countries to ally themselves to fight climate change.

  • British Council.jpg fearless_ostrich | Islamabad Model School for Girls (VI-X) G-11/1 | Pakistan
    16 Oct 2021

    1.I amListing the Saama Sandooyea
    2.It important thing sad That they said to us from the ground climate change That we have to reduce the danger and we have to save our land and we have to love our land because it has given us a place to live.
    2 We must Samma Sandooyea Should be communicated to others because they have said a very good thing that will benefit us all and we will be able to keep the earth safe. 🙂😌☺️😊⭐

  • British Council.jpg neat_guitar | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    16 Oct 2021

    The most exciting thing I learned from Mr. Gore's answer is to be a person with a positive impact on his community, thinking of solutions to our problems that are long-term and environmentally friendly.
    I would like the 《Palestine Environmental Quality Authority》to read Mr. Gore's words and reflect on what he said (but instead of sounding the alarm and rethinking their business plans, they tried to hide those effects and make people think there was no problem) and work hard to find solutions to the problem of change The climatic conditions last for a long period of time and not to turn a blind eye to the problems and try to hide them.

    1. British Council.jpg supportive_tradition | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      neat_guitar's comment 19 Oct 2021

      I think his point is correct, I should be a positive person and consider preserving the environment and limiting the destruction of ecosystems of all kinds and environmental degradation, which in turn threatens the long-term health of animals, people, people and plants due to human activities and so all the decisions I make should be as a person It has a positive effect on the environment.
      Therefore, the protection of the environment and the sustainable development of its natural resources must become a goal for me, not only for me, but for every creature on earth, to make the protection and preservation of the environment our first goal in life.

    2. British Council.jpg aware_expression | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      neat_guitar's comment 20 Oct 2021

      I was also very surprised by Mr. Gore's answer that you are a creative person who gives creative ways to save Mother Earth and solutions to our problems or to hear this say by the Palestinian Environmental Quality Authority. To think of preserving the environment is a double-edged sword.

  • British Council.jpg remarkable_cranberry | Mymensingh Girls Cadet College | Bangladesh
    16 Oct 2021

    I listened to Al Gore.The most important thing he said was to diminishing the rasicm in USA in which he took the help from one of his friend.I think that students and young aged children as well as their parents should hear this message so that children can learn that "BLACK LIVES MATTER".

    1. British Council.jpg sensible_ant | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      remarkable_cranberry's comment 20 Oct 2021

      Wonderful answer, I also listened to Al gore and I read his answered to the different questions.
      For me, the most important and interesting thing he said is, " Oil, gas, and coal were harming our earth, but instead of sounding the alarm and rethinking their business plans, they tried to disappear those effects and make people think that there wasn’t a problem."

      3) from my point of view I think that all individual around the world should listen to his talk and message, particularly the decision makers and the managers of different institutions since they have great role in spreading aware and culture among people all around the world so finding fast and effective solutions for climate change.

  • British Council.jpg compassionate_river | Mymensingh Girls Cadet College | Bangladesh
    16 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Shaama Sandooyea.
    2. The most important thing to me she said was to have optimism for bringing a change both in the current climate crisis and in the perspectives of adults by beginning it from our family being a positive example at first.
    3. I think young people including students and the elderly people including all kind of teachers and parents should hear her messages as these are really practical, inspiring and show beams of possibility to grow a sense of taking action in real life by forming unity.

    1. British Council.jpg warmhearted_ocean | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      compassionate_river's comment 20 Oct 2021

      - Great answer I also listened to Shaama Sandooyea
      - The most interesting and important thing she said that we all should have the courage to protect our beloved mother (EARTH) from the extinction. If we LOVE our earth so our duty is to protect it from the awful bad effects of climate changes.
      - For me I think her important message should be listened by every individual on the EARTH not only listened by particular leader or particular manager because everyone should share in saving, keeping and protecting our earth.

  • British Council.jpg dependable_wombat | Mymensingh Girls Cadet College | Bangladesh
    16 Oct 2021

    1.I listened to Dhruti Chakravarthi.
    2. According to me, the most important thing she said is that every industrialized country should come forward
    in order to save their mother earth from the devastating effects climate change leaving their individual profits.
    3.i think the owner of all famous and infamous industrialized companies of the world should listen to her because that will add more chances to increase their awareness regarding climate change reduction facts.

    1. British Council.jpg accomplished_interaction | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      dependable_wombat's comment 19 Oct 2021

      - I also interested in listening to Dhruti
      - The most amazing thing she said that there were several intergeneration pressure put on kids of this generations.
      - I believe her words must be heard via all teachers in order to protect students and children to minimize the pressure they faced so they became very aware of climate change issue

    2. British Council.jpg amiable_mulberry | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      dependable_wombat's comment 19 Oct 2021

      Let me tell you that I also listened to Dhruti chakravarthi.
      The most amazing and wonderful thing she said is it is important to construct and set up a connection and a good relationship between nature and children.
      in my point of view parents all over the world and teachers all over the world should listen to her words as they are the one to affect the mind of children. So if they understand children they will be close to them so children will feel trust in participating in climate change issues

  • British Council.jpg giving_beaver | Mymensingh Girls Cadet College | Bangladesh
    16 Oct 2021

    I listened to Al Gore's speech.
    i believe the most important thing he said was that one of the things that gives me a lot of hope about our ability to tackle the climate crisis is that there are a lot of opportunities to become green consumers but it’s even more important to work for green policy changes and I think its important because its a small but important and smart step in way to save our great mother earth from the ongoing degrading climate change for all types of countries.

    I suggest every developing countries government along with countries guiding them should hear this words because they are in main need cause this climate change affects are attacking them first, so they need to step up first in green policies to have a better and protected environment.

  • British Council.jpg inquisitive_football | Mymensingh Girls Cadet College | Bangladesh
    16 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Hernán Payaguaje.

    2. The most important thing he said was, “ The world changes when consciousness changes”.

    3. According to my opinion , his message should be heard by the mighty industrialists of the world because like he said, “They would rather see our land and rainforest destroyed for profit than to see, those forest standing and contributing to the defense against climate change “. And they shouldn't be thinking in this way because this profit is momentary but the destruction they are causing to our mother earth long lasting and will harm the future generation including us.

    1. British Council.jpg constructive_journalist | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      inquisitive_football's comment 19 Oct 2021

      I think that teachers and educators of generations should listen to this, because they are the ones who will contribute to the development of awareness and the growth of the minds of students, and in this way, society is preserved from corruption.

  • British Council.jpg wonderful_banjo | Mymensingh Girls Cadet College | Bangladesh
    16 Oct 2021

    1.i listened to Shaama Sandooyea.
    2.In my opinion the most important thing she said was how we could convince our adults to head towards less consumption of plastic because this contributes to the climate change greatly and researchers from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change conveyed that plastic production and disposal resulted in 850 million tons of greenhouse gas emissions in 2019 and may be responsible for up to 2.8 billion tons by 2050.
    3.I think this message should be delivered in each of the family as the attempt to contribute to the development of climate change starts at home, with families and at school.

  • British Council.jpg blessed_fact | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    16 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Hernán Payaguaje

    2. The most important thing he said was, the opinion of indigenous people are not generally taken into account while discussing climate change.
    3. I believe their message should be heard by the head of the states and other organization working with climate change because indigenous people suffer the most due to climate change in spite of having non existent contribution towards climate change

  • British Council.jpg trustworthy_orangutan | Mymensingh Girls Cadet College | Bangladesh
    16 Oct 2021

    *STEP 1*
    I listened to Shaama Sandooyea , the world's first underwater climate strike activist.
    *STEP 2*
    In my estimation,the most valuable words of Shaama Sandooyea- "It's very difficult for adults to question their beliefs and question themselves. What we can do is to show them a bit about how their consumption of plastic is a lot for one person...this starts at home, with families and at school" She also added,"You make a change yourself"
    *STEP 3*
    I believe this message should reach to everyone irrespective of age because children should understand the reciprocity of adults towards change and the adults need to understand the importance of the voice of the youth and also I firmly believe everyone should change themselves first, to change the world.

  • British Council.jpg admirable_writer | Rimal Prep Girls School C | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    16 Oct 2021

    I listened to Druti Chakravani one of the most important things she said about building a good relationship between children and nature
    I think that the parents of the child should hear her message because parents are the ones who raise their children and shape the mentality of their child

  • British Council.jpg forceful_snake | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    16 Oct 2021

    I listened to Shaama Sandooyea.

    The most important thing she said was, "It's very difficult for adults to question their beliefs and question themselves. What we can do is to show them a bit about how their consumption of plastic is a lot for one person...this starts at home, with families and at school."

    I think that the adults should hear her message because they need to pay attention to climate change, adapt with the recent condition and start using alternatives to plastic for the safety of people worldwide.

  • British Council.jpg adaptable_memory | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    16 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Shaama Sandooyea

    2. The most important thing she said, "It's very difficult for adults to question their beliefs and question themselves. What we can do is to show them a bit about how their consumption of plastic is a lot for one person...this starts at home, with families and at school"

    3. I think the adults should listen to this message because sometimes they hesitate too many times before doing something out of the box and if they could realize how much this little efforts matter on someone else's lives, these little efforts will be given by everyone of them and it will turn out to something huge, because a proverb goes, "Little drops of water make a mighty ocean".

  • British Council.jpg neat_guitar | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    16 Oct 2021

    The most exciting thing I learned from Mr. Gore's answer is to be a person with a positive impact on his community, thinking of solutions to our problems that are long-term and environmentally friendly.
    I would like the 《Palestine Environmental Quality Authority》to read Mr. Gore's words and reflect on what he said (but instead of sounding the alarm and rethinking their business plans, they tried to hide those effects and make people think there was no problem) and work hard to find solutions to the problem of change The climatic conditions last for a long period of time and not to turn a blind eye to the problems and try to hide them.

  • British Council.jpg decisive_harp | Islamabad Model School for Girls 1-10 | Pakistan
    16 Oct 2021

    1: I listened to Shaama Sandooyea
    2: In my view, the most important thing she said was that we all should have the courage to save our mother earth from extinction.
    By living on earth it's our prime responsibility to act against these terrible changes of climate change to preserve the planet for future generations. Saving the environment starts from us and it is our obligation to stand up for the changes we have made in this beautiful gift from God.
    3: This message should be heard by every individual because changing ourselves can change the community. So it's time to wake up now for our motherland.

  • British Council.jpg magical_revolution | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    16 Oct 2021

    I listened to Shaama Sandooyea
    From your answer, I learned how to inform young people and children about climate change and its effects

    I would like to ask you the question of being an activist and succeeding in realizing your dream.
    How did you face the difficulties and pitfalls of life that you faced, how did you deal with it and how did you stick to your dream?!

  • British Council.jpg benevolent_rock | Sylhet Cadet College | Bangladesh
    16 Oct 2021

    1) I have dived through the interviews of Shaama Sandooyea!
    2) The most fascinating thing I found throughout her conversation was about how she despite being a girl stepped forward to save her mother earth and even showed her bravery by being the world's first UNDERWATER CLIMATE STRIKE ACTIVIST which none ever dared to step forward as.
    3) I think the owners of companies like U.S. energy giant ExxonMobil must dive deep through her words and think deeply about what they are doing to our mother Earth and try to reduce it as much as possible.

    Hence, I hope we can see a cleaner ocean really soon, all thanks to this brave young lady!

  • British Council.jpg lovely_groundhog | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    16 Oct 2021

    I've listened to Nicholas Stern/Christina Dahl/Dave Reay

    The most important thing they said is that the world faces complex interrelated challenges...if we don't face them simultaneously..we won't be able to raise any of them


    I think factory owners should hear their message because climate stability requires sharp, rapid, and permanent reductions in greenhouse gas emissions in order to achieve carbon neutrality.
    And to take firm and immediate measures to curb the acceleration of climate change

    1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
      lovely_groundhog's comment 18 Oct 2021

      I think you are looking at some other experts here, lovely_groundhog!

  • British Council.jpg grounded_chameleon | Rangpur Cadet College | Bangladesh
    16 Oct 2021

    1) I listened to former vice president Al Gore.

    2) The most important thing he said, was on space exploration, "That image of the small ‘blue marble’ we call home opened so many people’s eyes to how fragile our planet is and inspired millions to want to protect it."

    3) I think everyone with the misconception of having space exploration as a wastage of money because space exploration shows how beautiful our planet is and inspires us to protect our planet as it is fragile in nature.

  • British Council.jpg ethical_moth | Mymensingh Girls Cadet College | Bangladesh
    16 Oct 2021

    I listened to Dhruti Chakravarthi's responses towards the questions held on the topic of upbringing of children by the parents. I must say that her answers were kind of wholesome meal . She tried to cover every part of life associated to this sector. Her answers had the essence of the manners of nourishing children by the parents in a acceptable and social way . I think that every parents who want their children to grow up as a globally connected citizen of the planet earth should hear her answers carefully with the broad sense and also being free from the barriers of being conservative parents who can't let their child to socialize.

  • British Council.jpg decisive_agency | Mymensingh Girls Cadet College | Bangladesh
    16 Oct 2021

    I listened to Hernan Payaguyaje. One of the noteworthy things he said was about the indigenous people. They live in a very small community in the world. Being in a small number means they are contributing very less for the climate change. But we can definitely see the harsh reality that they are the first to be affected for this climate change. The world leaders should look into this matter carefully. They should protect the indigenous people from being neglected and save them from this disastrous effect of climate change.

    1. British Council.jpg blessed_personality | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      decisive_agency's comment 20 Oct 2021

      - Me too I listened to Hernán Bayaguaji
      - The most important thing he said that I learned that:" indigenous peoples were the main actor in the protection of the vast majority of sensitive ecosystems"
      - I think his saying and message should be listened by the leaders and prime ministers around the whole world in order to protect and keep their citizen from climate change as a great number of of citizen have great ideas and thoughts and big quantity of creativity to assist in discovering solution to the problem of climate change.

  • British Council.jpg sympathetic_road | Mymensingh Girls Cadet College | Bangladesh
    16 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Dhruti Chakravarthy
    2. The most important thing she said according to my opinion is that "An inconclusive environment has to be created to address the devastating effects of climate change from the parts of girls and women so that a number of important perspectives can be explored. "
    3. According to my views , her message should be heard by everyone irrespective of diverse identity for a better epiphany for both male and female so that we can ensure an euphoric future for our beautiful mother earth.

  • British Council.jpg alert_dolphin | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    16 Oct 2021

    1- I have heard Al Gore for his great articles.🖤⭐
    2- “As Vice President, I have been fortunate to work and learn from more scientists who have studied everything from wildfires, to sea level rise, to changes in the weather. But one of the most important things I learned during my time in government is the importance of people power - Especially the power of young people to be strong voices for change.” What a beautiful statement.
    3- I want to address this phrase made by Al Gore to those who did otherwise, so that burning takes place in the open air when waste management plans collapse, as happened in Beirut and Mount Lebanon during the 2015 waste crisis, during which waste piled up in the streets. I am referring to Al Gore’s speech to them. But the reason is also that the central government gives priority to Beirut and Mount Lebanon in waste collection.

  • British Council.jpg daring_musician | Rangpur Cadet College | Bangladesh
    16 Oct 2021

    I listened to former american Vice-President Al Gore.

    The most important thing he said was about the importance of people power and especially the power of young people to be strong voices for change.

    I think that the emerging youth generation should hear his message because they need to know that their effort and will power is the most powerful thing for a nation and of course, backbone of the generation needs this level of courage and motivation to work for the protection of the climate and overall the whole human habitat.

  • British Council.jpg resilient_thought | Mymensingh Girls Cadet College | Bangladesh
    16 Oct 2021

    Hernan Paya Gwaji is talking about indigenous people who are mostly affected by climate change. They are illiterate and suffered much.Cop26 make the opportunity to change the lot of indigenous people.

  • British Council.jpg fearless_ostrich | Islamabad Model School for Girls (VI-X) G-11/1 | Pakistan
    16 Oct 2021

    1 I am listening the Dhruti Chakravarti
    2.he is said very important thing the connection between poor and rich 🤑 and it is very important thing and I will support this and it is very good and I will share it with others
    3 That they may do the same, and I am thankful that you did such a thing function 💞I am very grateful to you

  • British Council.jpg compelling_land | Sylhet Cadet College | Bangladesh
    16 Oct 2021

    1) I listened to Al gore, the former American Vice President.

    2) The most important thing he said was, "That image of the small ‘blue marble’ we call home opened so many people’s eyes to how fragile our planet is and inspired millions to want to protect it.”

    3) I think the political or global leaders should hear their message because they are the ones who can invite and inspire everyone to work together for the betterment of mother earth as this statement of Al Gore’s epitomizes the current condition of the earth and how the human beings are playing a role in its gradual destruction as well as the will of those who want to save this planet from extinction. Things are precious when they’re fragile, same goes for our planet earth. But we, the humans, have been living on this planet as if there’s another one to go to. Therefore, with the combined efforts of everyone residing on this planet, we can decrease the pressure on the environment, just like how many people started doing so when they realized the effects of climate change and the threats to our planet.

  • British Council.jpg warm_butterfly | Islamabad Model School for Girls (VI-X) G-11/1 | Pakistan
    16 Oct 2021

    I listened to Shaama sandooyea..
    The most important thing that she said is that we must be aware of our motherland earth and to its problems like underwater problems with organisms inhabited there.
    I think the whole world should know the problems of our sweet homeland and should be all United as the habitants of this world not as American or Australian or African and be united and should solve this problem...

  • British Council.jpg amiable_shrimp | Sylhet Cadet College | Bangladesh
    16 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Former US Vice President Al Gore.

    2. The most important thing he said is "For developing countries, green power solutions can be much easier for communities to access than power from fossil fuels."

    3. In my opinion, the leaders of the developed countries should hear this. Though the most polluted countries in today's world are mainly underdeveloped countries, still the developed countries are participating in it. The eco-friendly sources of energy are becoming cheaper and easily affordable day by day, especially for the developed countries. So they can take the chances in making full use of them which shall create a trend upon the underdeveloped countries as well.

  • British Council.jpg gutsy_musician | Sylhet Cadet College | Bangladesh
    16 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Shaama Sandooyea.
    2. The most important thing she said that its tough to question the adults as they have their own faith and mind set up .So the process of initiating them should be slowly and gradually . So we can make them understand to show a little bit about how consumption of plastic is a lot for one person .
    3. I think that not only the adults but also children should know about that as children are the pioneer of new world.

  • British Council.jpg admirable_maths | Sylhet Cadet College | Bangladesh
    16 Oct 2021

    I listened to Shaama Sandooyea and the important thing she said and i learned is that we have to motvate the world leaders and the older people, actually motivate them is not easy but we can make them aware of the threats.
    I think that the youngsters should hear the message and work on it immediately.

  • British Council.jpg brave_effort | Sylhet Cadet College | Bangladesh
    16 Oct 2021

    I listened to Al Gore , the most important thing they said was the “Clean products are becoming more and more ubiquitous, but it’s important to acknowledge that we might not all be able to change over to sustainable products overnight. And a lot of the responsibility to change is on companies that pollute. The burden should not be only on you as a consumer, but on business to make more products that are sustainable and reduce their fossil fuel emissions.”
    I think that company CEOs should hear there message because they are the ones to take the first step in making a change In the current conventional methods. Instead of suing non-biodegradable items to create their products, they can use biodegradable materials and innovate new green methods of manufacturing their products that will be environment friendly.

  • British Council.jpg blissful_measurement | Rimal Prep Girls School C | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    16 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Hernán Payaguaje
    2. The most important thing he said is that all people from all over the world will be affected if this is through floods or if it is through climate change and that the people of the country are very attached to their lands and they are forced to leave and above that their voices are not heard
    3. They have to communicate with a member of the State Council or even with members of human rights or through COP26, and this is an opportunity for them to make their voices heard stronger, and we will be supportive of those affected

  • British Council.jpg free_atom | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    16 Oct 2021

    I listened to Henan Payaguaje. The most important thing he said was that the perspective of indigenous people have been hidden and excluded from international debates. I think that decision makers should be listened to that, because everyone on Earth has the right to to protect it and participate in making decisions, it is not only their planet, it is ours, besides that all of us suffer from the bad effects of their decisions.

    1. British Council.jpg aware_expression | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      free_atom's comment 20 Oct 2021

      - About me I also listened to Hernán.
      - However The most important thing I admired from his saying is " we must not be silenced even when we are scared, we should fight for our mother earth"
      - According to me and I think officials of government in the world should listen to his saying as climate change influence everyone in the earth, nobody is excluded from it . so, we should all work hand by hand to try and overcome or at least minimize this climate change issue.
      Additionally, decision makers should listen minimizing climate change and have an important role in minimizing climate change.

  • British Council.jpg centered_ant | Sylhet Cadet College | Bangladesh
    16 Oct 2021

    1- I listened to Al Gore
    2- The most important thing he said was, "The burden should not be only on you as a consumer, but on business to make more products that are sustainable and reduce their fossil fuel emissions".
    3- In my opinion, the BUSINESSMEN (especially the ones with automobiles and mining business) should hear his message so that they are inspired to produce the products more suitable for the environment and help the consumers to reduce climate change.

  • British Council.jpg open_fact | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    16 Oct 2021

    1 I have listened to the Gore.
    2 The most important thing he said was the lack of faith in governments, political leaders and managers
    with the climate crisis.
    3 I think that Al Gore's message should be heard by all human beings, especially those who have a high position in the state, such as: the gentlemen and the leaders.

  • British Council.jpg insightful_starfish | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    16 Oct 2021

    I listened to Al Gore,The most important thing he said was that oil, gas, and coal were harming our planet, but instead of sounding the alarm and rethinking their business plans, they tried to hide those impacts and make people believe that there wasn’t a problem.
    I think that everyone should listen to their message, especially presidents, politicians, the country's government, heads of manufacturers and any force that has the authority to enact laws that prevent the spread of sabotaging and destroying our planet. If we do not control the status quo, as we saw in the Corona crisis, these governments and societies are able to enact laws and control the movement of people, so they can, as they did previously, reduce the impact of people on the environment without looking at the personal and material interests of politicians and corporate leaders.

  • British Council.jpg excellent_glacier | Government Girls H/S 41 WB Vehari | Pakistan
    16 Oct 2021

    1.I listen the Dhruti Chakravarthi.
    2.The most important thing they said was building a bond between children and nature.
    I think that parents and teachers should hear their message because Children need consistent contact with nature and ample time to explore and become familiar. ... It also creates opportunities for children to work together.
    The benefits of a childhood connection with nature:
    increase self esteem and resilience against stress and adversity. improve concentration, learning, creativity, cognitive development, cooperation, flexibility and self-awareness. prevent childhood obesity.

  • British Council.jpg open_piccolo | Khan Younis Prep A Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    16 Oct 2021

    I listened to Al Göre the founder and chairman of The Climate Reality Project.
    The most important things that image of the small ‘blue marble that we call home opened so many people’s eyes to how fragile our planet is and inspire millions to protect it. I think that organisations devoted to solving the climate crisis should hear their message because Al Gore said, we can use satellites to predict many risks, such as predicting the coming destructive storms, predicting natural disasters, including earthquakes and volcanoes, and knowing the source of pollution so that we can take measures to reduce it by using satellites.

  • British Council.jpg attentive_juniper | Rangpur Cadet College | Bangladesh
    16 Oct 2021

    I listened to Al Gore.

    The most important thing they said was "They knew as early as the 1970s that oil, gas, and coal were harming our planet, but instead of sounding the alarm and rethinking their business plans, they tried to hide those impacts and make people believe that there wasn’t a problem."

    I think that concerned governments should hear their message because the uncontrolled global carbon emission might as well end the human civilization.











    They knew as early as the 1970s that oil, gas, and coal were harming our planet, but instead of sounding the alarm and rethinking their business plans, they tried to hide those impacts and make people believe that there wasn’t a problem.

  • British Council.jpg romantic_cricket | Rangpur Cadet College | Bangladesh
    16 Oct 2021

    I listened to Dhruti Chakrabarty

    The most important thing she said was that Every children has a right to play.

    I think that child rights activists should hear her message because most of the children suffer from child labor and very less often there is even a playable ground for them.

  • British Council.jpg blessed_peak | Rangpur Cadet College | Bangladesh
    16 Oct 2021

    I listened to Shaama Sandooyea.

    The most important thing she said was "It's really frustrating because I want change so bad and to see my island good again...but we are really scared of what will happen. We are getting droughts during summer and flash floods during winter. I don't want my people not knowing what's going to happen tomorrow".

    I think that people from her Island state should hear her message so that they don't lose hope and stay concerned about the climatic conditions in the future.

  • British Council.jpg upbeat_flower | Rangpur Cadet College | Bangladesh
    16 Oct 2021

    I listened to Shama Sandooyea
    The most important thing she said was about the adults' perspectives that we cannot question their beliefs rather show them a bit about how their consumption of plastic is a lot for one person.
    I think that the younger generation should hear their message so that they can start the motivation at their home, with families and at school.

    1. British Council.jpg creative_squirrel | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      upbeat_flower's comment 20 Oct 2021

      - You are great! In fact, I also interested in listening to Shaama Sandooyea.
      - I listen to all her talk but the most important thing of her talking that admire me is when she said "Adults' BRAINS are not as spry as they were when they were younger".
      - For me , I want the different charitable organizations and institutions around the world to listen to her talk in order to take care of adults and work hard to teach them in several appropriate means, so that adults will be aware of the recent methods, strategies, tools and solutions related to the phenomenon of climate changes.

  • British Council.jpg glad_eel | Khan Younis Prep A Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    16 Oct 2021

    l listened to "Al Gore, the farmer American vice-president.
    The most important thing they said was: One of the most important things I've learned during my time in government is the importance of people's power - especially the power of young people to be powerful voices for change.
    I think governments and international organizations should hear their message because:
    1_Because it raised awareness of the damages of oil and gas to our planet and suggested ways to solve them.
    2_It has opened many people's eyes to the fragility of our planet and inspired millions to protect it.

  • British Council.jpg engaging_laboratory | Khan Younis Prep A Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    16 Oct 2021

    Firstly I listend to Al Gore , the American former vice pesident , and I choose this topic to talk about it because it is very important and it is common espeacially these days , sure you know
    " Racism " . Al Gore said that he discoverd many landfills and bad factories are built near the black communities , it is a legal scandal ! What a crime ! What is the difference between black and white?
    I think all the world have to hear this message because of the torment that black people receive .
    At the end I call all the world to rise up and strive to get rid of racism because unity can do the impossible and also "one hand doesn't clap ".

  • British Council.jpg constructive_nation | Khan Younis Prep A Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    16 Oct 2021

    I listened to Al Gore , the fromer American vice president
    The most important thing he said was about waste dumps and chemical plants located near black communities and this is from of racism.
    I think that Human Rights Association should hear his message because they can protect the communities form racism and achieve equality among all segments of society.

  • British Council.jpg openhearted_opportunity | Khan Younis Prep A Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    16 Oct 2021

    One of the most beautiful things is to listen to skilled people who we benefit from their experiences, so I listened to Shaama Sandooyea. I liked her initiatives, and the most important thing she said about the initiatives when she urged young people to raise their voices to know the reality of climate risks. This is great when she spreads awareness .
    I think that wise people, presidents and international organizations should listen to the messages of those people, because in such a case they gain ambitious experiences that they can apply on the ground and they just need to someone who really cares and understand completely the legal ways to do so as they can facilitate any obstacles.

    1. British Council.jpg supportive_tradition | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      openhearted_opportunity's comment 18 Oct 2021

      I said this is really cool but how do you think we can expand children's imagination???
      And who can do that???
      Among the factors that expand the child's imagination first: reading the stories that the father and mother must tell their children fairy tales and moral values ​​that are easy to understand and their meanings so that the child's mind works to awaken him. benefit. Feelings and imagining the events that revolve around him.
      Second: Watching cartoon programs that have a prominent role in developing the creative imagination of the child.
      Third: drawing, because drawing not only contributes to the development of his imagination, but also increases his intelligence. Because before I paint, I think about the thing I want to draw, then I imagine a scene or a story and then turn it into reality on paper, and that's what drives me to get creative every time I draw.
      These are some of the factors that have worked to increase the capacity of my memoir, and there are other factors. What I want to say is that parents should work on developing their children's imagination. They are the generation on which we depend in the future, as the saying goes, children are the youth of the future.

      1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
        supportive_tradition's comment 18 Oct 2021

        Some excellent ideas and well done for responding to another member of the Student Hub!

    2. British Council.jpg supportive_tradition | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      openhearted_opportunity's comment 18 Oct 2021

      I am very, very sorry for the previous two comments because the phone just crashed and got confused. I didn't notice what you commented on. I hope you will understand me.
      This comment is correct.
      Her words are 100% correct. We must raise our voices and hand them over to the state, because today's generation has so far largely failed to uphold justice in the world and preserve the planet. My generation and I must take responsibility for making sure that we do not betray the future of humanity and love nature as we love ourselves.
      People may think that we are young and not aware of the dangers and reality of climate change. But we see its effects in our daily lives.
      And I think we are the last generation that can end climate change. We can and will do so by calling on governments to take greater action to combat climate change.
      Education, technology, science, or law, from everywhere we leverage our skills to speak out about climate action and act on the climate crisis.
      As we do now within our project, it contains and works to develop our ideas and innovations about climate, raise our voice and work to find effective solutions to solve the global climate crisis.

  • British Council.jpg considerate_night | Khan Younis Prep A Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    16 Oct 2021

    _ I listened to" Shaama Sandooyea "

    _ And the most important thing she said is to feed the imagination of children and make them aware of the dangers of plastic on the seas and oceans .

    _ I'll invite "Ministry of Education" and the "civil society institutions concerned with educating children " to see this : To make and support film and cartoon projects, and trips, to raise awareness of these ideas ..

  • British Council.jpg appreciative_writer | Khan Younis Prep A Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    16 Oct 2021

    1 I heard Al Gore worked as a Vice President before, but now he is the founder and president of an organization dedicated to the solution 2 The most important thing I have heard is his work with passion and love to improve the climate as he said that whenever I hear from people who have faced some impacts in the climate their stories fill me with purpose and energy to work to help 3 I think those who should hear this are some heads of state, because they have a big role in improving the climate, especially the regions that have a bad climate, by joining that decision and working hard to improve the climate.👍🏻

  • British Council.jpg majestic_moon | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    17 Oct 2021

    I listened to Shama Sanduya's answers. The most important thing she said was if we didn't fight for him in the Indian Ocean, who would fight for us? “I think it is the peoples and heads of state who should hear its message because they are the ones who should be able to solve this problem because they are the ones who started it and they are the crux of the problem

  • British Council.jpg humble_piano | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    17 Oct 2021

    I listened to Droti Chakravarthy. From my point of view, the most important thing she said was to build the relationship between children and nature because children are the next generation who will protect nature. I think educators and generation makers should hear this to strengthen this relationship.

  • British Council.jpg capable_seal | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    17 Oct 2021

    I listened to Dhruti Chakravarhti
    The most important thing she said is to build and develop the relationship between children and nature
    I think that parents and teachers should listen to her beautiful message because they are the ones who shape the child's mind and communicate the emotional pattern.

  • British Council.jpg active_emotion | Mymensingh Girls Cadet College | Bangladesh
    17 Oct 2021

    I listened to Al Gore.
    The most important thing he said was the importance of people power—and especially the power of young people to be strong voices for change.
    I believe it is up to all of us to use our voices, our votes, and our choices as consumers to bring about change faster,so I think all of us especially young people should hear this message.

  • British Council.jpg trusting_language | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    17 Oct 2021

    I listened to Shaama Sandooyea.

    The most important thing they said was "It's really frustrating because I want change so bad and to see my island good again...but we are really scared of what will happen. We are getting droughts during summer and flash floods during winter. I don't want my people not knowing what's going to happen tomorrow" because this sentence highlights how the people of the country contributing least to climate change are suffering most from it's effects.

    I think that the leaders of the industrialized countries and big firms/industries should hear their message because they are the one who are contributing most to the climate change though they are not effected by it and by hearing this message they would realize the adverse effects climate change imposes upon us and start playing their own role to reduce this climate change.

  • British Council.jpg buzzing_dolphin | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    17 Oct 2021

    I listened to Shaama Sandooyea. The most important thing she said was ''It's very difficult for adults to question their beliefs and question themselves''. I believe that the most endangered people and the destitutes should hear this message and also this one goes for every single adult because if we don't believe, question and clear out from our end then we won't ever understand and can help others.

  • British Council.jpg jolly_solution | Sylhet Cadet College | Bangladesh
    17 Oct 2021

    I listened to Dhruti Chakravarti
    The most important thing she said is that there is no space for ignorance from any country regarding the climate change issue which involves billions of lives
    I think all countries should stop thinking about personal profit and start thinking for the greater good of humanity

  • British Council.jpg marvellous_juniper | Mymensingh Girls Cadet College | Bangladesh
    17 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Dhruti
    2. The most important thing I learned from her is how impactful it can be to have the opportunity to voice our opinions,concerns and solution to climate problems infront of global leaders .
    3.According to me the young people all over the world need to hear it so that they can be aware of the issues and potentially work to find the solutions of climate change issue.

  • British Council.jpg free_river | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    17 Oct 2021

    I listened to Shaama Sandooyea.
    The most important thing she said was questioning elderly peoples belief and make them understand about the change.
    I think both elderly people and young peoples should hear the message cause to change the climate they need to work together

  • British Council.jpg quirky_sheep | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    17 Oct 2021

    I listened to Hernán Payaguaje carefully.

    In my opinion, the most touching and inspiring thing he quoted was,
    "THOUGH OUR VOICES WERE SILENCED BY OUR OWN GOVERNMENT, WE HAVE OUR OWN STORY OF STRUGGLES, RICH CULTURES & DIGNITY FOR OUR IDENTITY. THAT'S WHY IN A COMMON PERSPECTIVE & A COMMON OBJECTIVE, WE STOOD TOGETHER TO PROTECT THEM ALL BY OVERCOMING ALL THE OBSTACLES THERE WERE".

    I think all the people in the world should hear this message out as I believe every nation, every community &every race has its own identity, culture & history. But often, in the long run, we forget them all. So, we all should get motivated and inspired by the following message of Mr. Hernán Payaguaje and work together to protect the cultures, history & identity we have avoiding every possible obstacle there could be.

    1. British Council.jpg bright_currant | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      quirky_sheep's comment 20 Oct 2021

      For me I also interested in listening to Hernán Payaguaje.
      Actually, the most amazing and important words he said is that "we should never be silenced even when we are scared, we should fight for our mother Earth!).
      From my point of view, all decision makers and government officials all over the world should listen his message and his important words since the issue of climate change influence all people around the world, no one is excluded from it, as a result, we must all work together and cooperate with each other to help and eliminate or at least minimizing this severe problem.

  • British Council.jpg incomparable_queen | Rajshahi Cadet College | Bangladesh
    17 Oct 2021

    I listened to Hernán Payaguaje
    The most important thing he said was that the indigenous people really do not contribute much in respect of climate change but ultimately they become one of its worst sufferers.
    I think the world leaders should hear this message because the indigenous people or at least a representative from each indigenous community should be given a platform on international level so that the harms caused by climate change upon the indigenous community can be addressed by all.

  • British Council.jpg daring_avocado | Rajshahi Cadet College | Bangladesh
    17 Oct 2021

    I listened to Al Gore.
    The most important thing he said was about the political leaders who wrongly showed people about the impact of mills and factories on climate change and continued the use of fossil fuels despite knowing their harmful impact on the environment. If they had not done this, climate change would not have been so worse now.
    The present political leaders must become aware of this and take long-term initiatives to protect the environment.

  • British Council.jpg enterprising_technology | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    17 Oct 2021

    I like what Shaama sandooyea said that our generation will be more ecosystem conscious one day we will be part of the ocean like her. I believe that world leaders should listen to it to spread awareness from generation to generation of reducing environmental pollution that leads to stopping climate change.

  • Upton-Cross-logo-250x250.jpg stupendous_volcano | Upton Cross Primary School | United Kingdom
    17 Oct 2021

    I have recently read Al Gore's very influential speech
    I believe that the most important thing they stated was the fact that oil, gas and coal were harming our planet and that many businesses were trying to convince people that these things were good for the environment, though it actually may damage the planet severely.
    I think that world leaders and other large businesses should hear his speech as they might be able to make a positive impact on the world and hopefully prevent any serious damage inflicted on the earth.

  • British Council.jpg joyful_salak | Khan Younis Prep A Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    17 Oct 2021

    I listened to Dhrut chakavarthi
    The most important thing they said was " being an observer at aclimate change summit "
    I liked his sentence because if we watch the climate change summit, we will know what damages and risks will come from it, so we work to address them as soon as possible before they develop and negatively affect the environment, thus reducing the amount of risks caused by climate change and preserving the health and safety of the environment in which we live.
    From the parties whose opinions we should listen to: the Ministry of Climate Change and the Environment, scientists specializing in environmental sciences, institutions and associations responsible for climate change in the environment in which we live

  • British Council.jpg playful_dragonfruit | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    17 Oct 2021

    I listened to Shaama Sandooyea

    One of the most important things she said is how can we expand children's imaginations about the ocean so that they feel more motivated to protect it?

    Her message must be heard because it is brilliant in describing the expansion of a child's imagination in the ocean and has a significant role in reducing the climate crisis. Children of today are the leaders of tomorrow, and education is a critical weapon to prepare young people for their roles as future leaders of society."

  • British Council.jpg protective_memory | Sylhet Cadet College | Bangladesh
    17 Oct 2021

    1. I heard Al Gore, The former vice president of the U.S
    2. The most prominent words I heard from him were "Clean energy and sustainable products are becoming cheaper and cheaper. And especially for developing countries, green power solutions can be much easier for communities to access than power from fossil fuels."
    3. I think not only developing counties but also countries who are below developed at the same time countries who are developed but neglect the issues of climate, the governments and the leaders of these communities should hear this and at the same time not neglect the fact that Clean and green energy is much more cheaper and reliable.

  • British Council.jpg shrewd_flight | Sylhet Cadet College | Bangladesh
    17 Oct 2021

    I listened to Al Gore.
    The most interesting thing he said was that the burden of going against climate change should not be only on the common people or consumers, but the big businesses should keep in check if they are being sustainable and they should reduce their fossil fuel emissions.
    I think the big corporations and multinational companies should hear his message. This can help them to understand that providing commodities for people is not an excuse to turn a blind eye to the damage they are doing to the climate. They need to recognize the importance of their affect on climate.

  • British Council.jpg wondrous_flight | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    17 Oct 2021

    After what I read, I liked (Hernan), who did not despair and continued to fight in order to convey his messages and struggles to the world and for the indigenous and ethnic peoples to deserve their rights.

    "Historically, our struggles and our perspectives as indigenous peoples have been hidden and have been excluded from international debate and decision-making, and that's been intentional. Our voices have been silenced by governments and companies in the industries that feel by the messages that we bring." This saying is one of the sayings that I liked the most because he defied the world and remained steadfast, “If life is against me and you are against me, I love the challenge” , Now I understand the meaning of this wisdom spread to us, which carries the meaning of defiance despite the difficulties obstacles.

    I think that those who should follow Hernan are governments, international companies, indigenous peoples who know this thing but did not support it, international groups, international actors and singers.

    Thank you, Hernan

  • British Council.jpg splendid_power | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    17 Oct 2021

    I have listened to Dhruti Chakravarthi, who attended COP25 as an official observer. One of the points of her that fascinated me and which is also a realistic idea about this generation is to build up a strong connection between people and nature. If we feel for our surrounding we cannot do harm to that and finally we will be able to save our heavenly planet.

  • British Council.jpg reserved_moment | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    17 Oct 2021

    I listened to Dhruti Chakrabarti.
    The most important thing that she said was, "Convincing the industrialized countries of the world to give up their profits to save the world from climate change."
    I think all the industrialized nations, international companies and also the world people who don't have any headache about this world issue (climate change) should hear her.

  • British Council.jpg stellar_owl | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    17 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Shaama Sandooyea.
    2. The most thing she said is that we should change our perspectives about throwing plastics in water. "Broken or tired, feels the waves, Oceans have healing power"- now if we pollute our healing power by plastics , damage their ecosystem , which home to fishes ,tortoises,etc. we shall not be fulfilling our duties to the planet but also destroying its beauty.
    3. In my opinion, her opinion should be heard by the plastic producers and the general mass who use plastics rapidly .

  • British Council.jpg jovial_science | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    17 Oct 2021

    1.I listened to Dhruti Chakravarti
    2. The most important thing she said that do not rely on specific or exceptional individual to do the work about climate crisis in the world and we need to work jointly to convince the industrial country to give their profit to safe the world from climate crisis.
    3. According to my point of view , I think her message plays a great role in case of climate crisis and everyone should listen her message for protecting our Mother Earth from this climate crisis.

  • British Council.jpg earnest_television | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    17 Oct 2021

    I listened to Shaam Sandooyea. The most important thing she said was "It's very difficult for adults to question their beliefs and question themselves. What we can do is to show them a bit about how their consumption of plastic is a lot for one person...this starts at home, with families and at school"
    I think all of us specially young generation should hear it because if we, the young generation can achieve big things by changing our little habits and show them the differences. this will encourage them to come out of their beliefs and try something new to save the world.

  • British Council.jpg helpful_library | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    17 Oct 2021

    I listened to Shaama Shandeeya , the most important thing she said was , '' the water or marine livings should not be suffering from the activities of ours. '' and i thing all people across the world should listen to her as we are to make a change which is good for the world.

  • British Council.jpg romantic_shrimp | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    17 Oct 2021

    1. I have read the answers of Al Jore
    2. The most important thing he said that (But one of the most important things I learned during my time in government was the importance of people power—and especially the power of young people to be strong voices for change).
    3. I want to direct this talk to university professors because they are the most influential group of young people, as they deal with them more than anyone, especially during the university study period. Therefore, from here, I want to recommend university professors to plant positive ideas in young people, especially ideas of preserving the environment from climate change.

  • British Council.jpg Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    17 Oct 2021

    Climate crisis are important and also need of the world life to protect our world from these crisis which are may natural or humans created by him self actions

  • British Council.jpg blessed_personality | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    17 Oct 2021

    1. I admired the saying of Al Jore
    2. The most important thing he said that : Whenever I heard from the people who were facing some of the first impacts of the climate crisis, their stories filled me with purpose and energy to work to help solve the challenges they were facing.
    3. I think his message should be heard by principals and leaders of schools in order to listen well for all workers when they face problems in order to work together in finding innovative solutions for all problems.

    1. British Council.jpg bright_conversation | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      blessed_personality's comment 18 Oct 2021

      ok thats really nice, but how exactly could you tell the workers. don't you think it needs some strategies to do that . what do you think of these strategies??

      1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
        bright_conversation's comment 19 Oct 2021

        Excellent question - and shows good listening!

  • British Council.jpg amiable_mulberry | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    17 Oct 2021

    1. I have read Al Jore answers( I will not say listened because his answers were written)
    2. The most important thing he said that : When I was Vice President, we created the National Environmental Justice Advisory Council (NEJAC) and we were incredibly honored to have Dr. Bullard as one of the founding members
    3. I want to direct his words to every official who has an important position to establish cooperative institutions that benefit the community, and most important of all is the selection of members with experience and status to be business partners in these institutions.

  • British Council.jpg adventurous_cloudberry | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    17 Oct 2021

    1. I have heard to Hernán Payaguaje
    2. The most important thing he said that : "Our agricultural systems...are based on the skies and on the seasons but the stability and consistency of those seasons have been changing in recent years because of climate change"
    3. I want to hear his words from the owners of the large factories that caused the pollution of the earth, which increased the rate of climate change and the change of seasons. I want them to hear it, to see the extent of the suffering of some peoples who have no fault.

  • British Council.jpg calm_outcome | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    17 Oct 2021

    1. I have heard to Hernán Payaguaje
    2. The most important thing he said that : Our voices have been silenced by governments and companies in the industries that feel threatened by the messages that we bring."
    3. I want the international courts to hear this to make sure that there are indeed governments that refuse to deal with the issue of climate change and that peoples have nothing to do with what is going on. Rather, the rulers are the ones responsible and they refuse to participate in climate change conferences for their own benefit. They are selfish people who do not care about the whole universe, but rather the gains.

  • British Council.jpg champion_fact | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    17 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Dhruti
    2. The most important thing she said that every child deserves a ground a play
    3. I believe that her message should be heard by all parents principals of kindergarten in the world in order to take care of children because they will be the young of the society in the future

  • British Council.jpg creative_squirrel | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    17 Oct 2021

    1. I have heard to Dhruti
    2. The most important thing she said that : The rooftop has not much to offer for teens/elderly for sport
    3. I want the architects and designers to hear her words to design a dedicated floor in the buildings. This floor is related to the practice of sports for all ages in order to maintain their health.

  • British Council.jpg memorable_hen | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    17 Oct 2021

    1. I have heard to Dhruti
    2. The most important thing she said that : many communities don’t have green space so children cannot feel connected with the nature.
    3. I want the government of all the countries that don’t have green space to try build green parks in the landed or deserts. These parks will connect children with nature.

  • British Council.jpg mindful_singer | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    17 Oct 2021

    1. I have heard to Shaama Sandooyea
    2. The most important thing she said that : children can stand against the climate change and raise their voice.
    3. I want kindergarten and primary school teachers to hear this talk well to provide full care for children, as they will have a great role in alleviating the climate crisis when they grow up

  • British Council.jpg tidy_computer | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    17 Oct 2021

    - I have heard to Shaama Sandooyea
    - The most important thing she said that (To reduce global warming we should protect Ozone layer)
    - I think that her words should be heard by specialists in NASA to reduce the activities of launching rockets into space, which cause a lot of pollution that negatively affects the climate.

  • British Council.jpg objective_tennis | Pabna Cadet College | Bangladesh
    18 Oct 2021

    I listened to Shaama Sandooyea.
    To me, the most important thing she said was that the people from islands need to speak for themselves. Islands are at the most risk due to climate change because of the water level rising. If it continues like this, then it is a matter of time that the small islands will be underwater. The people from the islands must speak for themselves from now on to drag the world attention. It is a matter of their life, their home, their origin and their roots.
    In my opinion, the message should really be listened by the leaders of the island countries so that they can take steps to unite all the people and speak to the world. Speak, before everything they have, everything they own comes to an end.

  • British Council.jpg considerate_tsunami | Barishal Cadet College | Bangladesh
    18 Oct 2021

    1) I listened to Albert Arnold Gore Jr. (born March 31, 1948) is an American politician and environmentalist who served as the 45th vice president of the United States.

    2) The most important thing he said was, "We are in a race against time, because we are still using the atmosphere of earth as a sewer."

    3) I do believe that we should listen to them because they are wise political leader and with their wisdom they have an important role in eradicating the rate of climate change.

  • British Council.jpg kind_goat | Tarun Madhyamik Vidyalaya | Nepal
    18 Oct 2021

    1) I listened to Al gore.
    2) The most important thing he said was,"We still have time to avoid the worst, unacceptable consequences of climate change, but we need to get busy right away."
    3) I think that everybody should hear his massage because earth is our house/mother land. If we use it in different activities like in making home,constructing buildings and in every activities that we do. So,it is our duty/responsibility to protect it from unacceptable consequences of climate change and different pollutions produced due to negligence of human. It is our duty to stop those harmful destruction caused by humans before being too late.

  • British Council.jpg selfassured_groundhog | Rajshahi Cadet College | Bangladesh
    18 Oct 2021

    1) I listened to Al Gore’s answers.

    2)The most important thing he said in his answers was, “That image of the small ‘blue marble’ we call home opened so many people’s eyes to how fragile our planet is and inspired millions to want to protect it”.

    3) I think that the people who think that the government is investing billions of money for space exploration instead of investing behind saving the planet should hear this message because the the world beyond our planet is helping us understand the challenges we face on Earth and also Al Gore himself is working on Climate TRACE project that relies on more than 300 satellites that monitor greenhouse gas emissions from space!

  • British Council.jpg understanding_swan | Government Girls H/S 41 WB Vehari | Pakistan
    18 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Shaama Sandooyea
    2. The most important thing she said that we all must have the courage and brave to save our mother earth from the extinction.
    3.I think that her implication should be listened by everyone on earth because the duty of saving of earth is not fixed for one. Its our duty to save our earth. This implication is not only for leaders and responsible that work for climate change.If we love with our earth so we must stand point for our earth. Everyone should participate in saving earth.As chief Seattle said:
    "The earth does not belong to us.
    We belong to the earth."

  • British Council.jpg funny_recipe | Sylhet Cadet College | Bangladesh
    18 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Dhruti Chakrabarthy.
    2. The most important think she said was every child deserves a ground a play.
    3. I think the governments of every country should hear this message because if the children of their countries don't have sufficient grounds to play then their physical and mental development will be hampered.

    1. British Council.jpg supportive_tradition | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      funny_recipe's comment 18 Oct 2021

      I would also like to make this speech when I am a member of Resolving the Climate Issue to say that governments should do everything possible to ensure that every child enjoys all his rights and zeal and is entitled to freely express their opinions and feelings on matters affecting them. We adults should listen to them and take their opinions seriously.

  • British Council.jpg sensitive_guitar | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    I have heard to Al Jore
    The most important thing he said that : And especially for developing countries, green power solutions can be much easier for communities to access than power from fossil fuels

    I think that his words should be heard by professors in developing countries in order to motivate university students to study the green specialization this will help in developing green power solution.

    Additionally, I want the government of all the developing countries to hear this talk of Al Jore to know that they can help in overcoming the problem of climate change even in natural and simple ways.

    1. British Council.jpg supportive_tradition | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      sensitive_guitar's comment 18 Oct 2021

      Yes, we the youth must strive for those decent green jobs that contribute to preserving or restoring the environment as one of the potential solutions because climate action requires a collective effort to raise awareness first of the danger. Then introduce the solution. Then the implementation. Many people do not even know the danger of global warming, so we must also spread awareness of the dangers and causes of climate change.
      We must seek to study the obstacles to the use of renewable energies in developing countries, especially with regard to solar energy and solar panels with technologies that are safe for health. I feel that we must all encourage the use of renewable energies.
      My goal is to “become someone who can help drive climate change solutions toward progress that focuses on the environment and create a city that people can call their home.”

    2. British Council.jpg admirable_knowledge | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      sensitive_guitar's comment 18 Oct 2021

      I agree with you, but for me, I will direct this message to the Ministry of Environment, because they are responsible for the cleanliness and arrangement of the environment. It is the right of the residents of black communities to live in a clean and beautiful environment free from diseases and epidemics. Fairness and good decision making on the part of black communities.

      Thank you

  • British Council.jpg flowing_volcano | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    I have heard to Shaama Sandooyea
    The most important thing she said that …. It's very difficult for adults to question their beliefs and question themselves. What we can do is to show them a bit about how their consumption of plastic is a lot for one person...this starts at home, with families and at school
    I want famous YouTubers and owners of famous channels to hear her words to do a media campaign and funded advertisements to educate people about the danger that will come back to them as a result of consuming large quantities of plastic

    1. British Council.jpg supportive_tradition | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      flowing_volcano's comment 19 Oct 2021

      When I listened to Shaama Sandooyea, I had a strange feeling in my heart that she really cares about the fate of her people and other people who are vulnerable to natural disasters and that she feels a responsibility to them as playing an active role in society and that's what I understood when she said it's frustrating because I want to change so badly, I see my other good island But we're really afraid I don't want my people to know what's going to happen tomorrow. Nowadays, we rarely find people who care about their own people, but care about their own interests that will eventually lead to everyone's doom.
      I want to convey my word and Shama's word to every leader, every scientist, every official, every minister and everyone who has an active and meaningful role in climate change, act and act with Shamma's words, and a sense of responsibility towards their people.

      1. katie.jpg Katie @ Topical Talk
        supportive_tradition's comment 20 Oct 2021

        It's fantastic that you feel so inspired by one of the Topical Talk experts supportive_tradition. How could you begin to share Shaama's message with the people you mentioned?

        1. British Council.jpg supportive_tradition | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
          Katie @ Topical Talk's comment 20 Oct 2021

          As you know, social networking sites have an effective and important role in communicating information to the largest number of people around the world. Because the world has become a small village through social networking sites, so we have to solidarity and intensify everyone to achieve the optimal and correct use of social networking sites in light of the lack of travel possibilities, whether financial capabilities or security measures. So there is no way to communicate our opinions, viewpoints and solutions to the world except through social media.
          For example, by creating a website dedicated to those interested in this topic or problem and taking their opinions and suggestions and how to contribute to solving various environmental and life problems.
          Or set a day for participation and discussion, for example, through a live broadcast, to discuss these solutions and opinions regarding the current problem we are experiencing.
          Everyone who has an active role should listen to their opinions, viewpoints and suggestions and contribute to working on them if the solutions are effective in solving the specific problem. Through this method everyone has the right to express his point of view, and thus everyone can take an active role and contribute to solving the problem.

  • British Council.jpg grounded_ibex | Rajshahi Cadet College | Bangladesh
    18 Oct 2021

    I listened to Al Gore.
    The most important thing they said was concerns of other scientists and other expersts.
    I think that the decision makers should hear their message because most of the time they are ignorant about those researches but AI Gore has summarized all the necessary info they need to make rational decisions for our climate

  • British Council.jpg tolerant_papaya | Rajshahi Cadet College | Bangladesh
    18 Oct 2021

    I listened to Shaama, the most important thing she said is we need to give priority to save the marine ecology. because we need a balanced oxygen and carbon di oxide cycle first and almpst 50% to 60%oxygen is produced by sea algae. and i think that the youth generation as well as the governing body of a country should hear them because they have a power to make a revolution worldwide.

  • British Council.jpg sensible_ant | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    • I have read Al Jore replies.
    • The most important thing he said that : But there are now relatively inexpensive community solar farms that communities can install pretty easily. It’s like switching from landline phones to cell phones
    • I think that his words should be heard by businessmen and rich people in order to courage them to invest their money in making these solar farm instead of renewable resources. So that, they can help in saving our planet from climate change.

    1. British Council.jpg exuberant_snow | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      sensible_ant's comment 18 Oct 2021

      I agree, and with this work, they can save our planet and employ laborers to build solar farms instead of frozen resources, and no one earns from them except the rich countries.

  • British Council.jpg passionate_camel | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    Question1. I have seen Al Jore answers
    Question2. The most important thing he said that clean products are becoming more and more ubiquitous, but it’s important to acknowledge that we might not all be able to change over to sustainable products overnight. And a lot of the responsibility to change is on companies that pollute.
    Question3. I think that his words should be heard by managers all over the world in order to feel their responsibility towards saving the environment from climate change.

  • British Council.jpg healthy_antelope | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    Step one: I listened to former US Vice President Al Gore

    Step Two: I think the most important thing he said is " lot of the responsibility to change is on companies that pollute. The burden should not be only on you as a consumer, but on business to make more products that are sustainable and reduce their fossil fuel emissions "

    The third step: I think that this talk should be heard by civil society organizations, where they can influence the authorities to prevent the issuance of the production of environmentally polluting companies, as well as educating the people about environmental values, and encouraging them to innovate in order to reduce our role as consumers

    1. British Council.jpg exuberant_snow | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      healthy_antelope's comment 18 Oct 2021

      This problem should go to politics, because it is the state that governs the state, but I see that your answer is somewhat logical

  • British Council.jpg active_fact | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    listened to Al Gore in his lively talk, and the most important thing that blinded him is that he is looking for the strength of people and the strength of youth to be the strong voices and drivers of change and work to help the world confront climate change and ways to solve it

    1. British Council.jpg flowing_volcano | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      active_fact's comment 18 Oct 2021

      If you could talk to one scientist /entrepreneur about climate change vis it would be(Nereli Abraham) because she has experience with paleoclimate change including its impact on climate

  • British Council.jpg bright_conversation | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    I listened to shaama .
    I think the most important thing she said is "I think that there is a lot of life in the ocean that we don't know and that exists which is magical and I think that they shouldn't be suffering because of the decisions that other people are making".
    I think this speech should be heard by local organizations because in this way they can ensure that the authorities prevent the release of dirty water from polluting companies that spread dirty water into the sea, as well as hold sessions to inform people about marine life and about the dangers that might pose. occur because of their bad habits and decisions.

  • British Council.jpg effervescent_conversation | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    1) I listened to Al gore, the former American Vice President.

    2) The most important thing he said was, "They knew as early as the 1970s that oil, gas, and coal were harming our planet, but instead of sounding the alarm and rethinking their business plans, they tried to hide those impacts and make people believe that there wasn’t a problem."

    3) I think that everyone should hear their message, specifically the 'POLITICAL LEADERS' because throughout the previous years we became so much obsessed with our personal benefits that we didn't even hesitate to risk our mother earth, our origin even after knowing how drastic the consequences would be and this quote will make everyone aware that, "When we keep risking the nature to fill our personal needs, nature takes away everything from us one day.

  • British Council.jpg warmhearted_ocean | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    1) I listened to Shama Sanduya. 2) The most important thing I think she said is that "it's hard for adults to question their beliefs, to question themselves" because adults' minds aren't as hard as they were when they were younger. 3) I think children should hear this because they can educate their parents about this in a way that they understand, because they may not understand the little sounds that speak of our bodies of water.

  • British Council.jpg consistent_pear | Barishal Cadet College | Bangladesh
    18 Oct 2021

    I listened to Al Gore
    The most important thing he said was "That image of the small ‘blue marble’ we call home opened so many people’s eyes to how fragile our planet is and inspired millions to want to protect it"
    I think all world leaders shoild hear this message which will change their perspective about infinite consumption and production with finite resources of the world not paying heed to environmental problems and side by side it will boost the humility which encourage them and other people to sustain with nature and environment.

  • British Council.jpg sincere_currant | Barishal Cadet College | Bangladesh
    18 Oct 2021

    1. I have heard to Hernán Payaguaje
    2.The most important thing he said was "Our agricultural systems...are based on the skies and on the seasons but the stability and consistency of those seasons have been changing in recent years because of climate change."
    3. I want the people ,organization ,plants, factories who are polluting the world daily and causing global warming and climate change listen to the voice of these indigenous people of Hernán Payaguaje and hope that they both repent for their deeds and help the people for establishing their rights.

    1. British Council.jpg calm_outcome | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      sincere_currant's comment 20 Oct 2021

      - Your answer is interesting, and let me tell you frankly, I also listened to Hernán Payaguaje.
      - The most important words that let me admired his talk is when he said that : the indigenous people generally weren’t contribute much in the climate changes , however they are the receivers of its bad effect and impacts in the first hand.
      - From my point of view, the courts of human rights official around the world must hear his message and words because there were several innocent human being who are influenced and sick without any fault.

  • British Council.jpg positive_bilberry | Barishal Cadet College | Bangladesh
    18 Oct 2021

    Step 1 : I listened to former American vice president Al Gore and i was mesmerized, if i have to express my thoughts in one word. Step 2: the thing I liked most from his brilliant speech that his consciousness and effort on reducing the effect of climate change, also his invitation to the experts. As a citizen of Bangladesh, a developing country, his advice for the developing countries also seemed very helpful. Step 3: I think influential political leaders and renowned professors should hear it. At the end, the Earth is our abode and it is our sole task to keep it safe at least for our sake. Those who have the power, it is high time we took the initiative.

  • British Council.jpg poetic_jabuticaba | Barishal Cadet College | Bangladesh
    18 Oct 2021

    # I listened to El Gore.
    # THE MOST IMPORTANT THING HE SAID, "That image of the small ‘blue marble’ we call home opened so many people’s eyes to how fragile our planet is and inspired millions to want to protect it."
    #It really cleared the concept of the worth of the space exploration projects and the insane amount of money spent behind it.

  • British Council.jpg exuberant_snow | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    I have listened to shaama sondooyea,
    The most important thing she said was, "We demand climate justice."
    He should hear it "politics"
    Because climate justice must be an environmental or physical issue rather than an issue of global warming. No, this is an issue of equality and human rights. Courts that commit to climate justice must be established to be a regional and international arbitrator in disputes

  • British Council.jpg bold_idea | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Former US Vice President Al Gore.

    2. The most important thing he said is his answers in many questions such as a lot of governments invest their money on projects do with space exploration while they could invest this on protect their money.
    I like all the leader of the governments to her his words and follow the united states government when then made Yosemite as a national park in 1890.

  • British Council.jpg amazing_skill | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    I listened to shaama sandooyes,
    The most important thing she said is that we must love Mother Earth from all dangers and extinctions, and we must have the courage to defend every danger that may touch the earth, somma, and be sure that whatever we do, like strikes and campaigns, there will be no great impact, so I think everyone should listen. Organizers of associations, campaigns and institutions affiliated to confronting climate change and leaders who have a major role in facilitating this confrontation by raising people’s awareness through their meetings and statements because they play a greater role in supporting and delivering the message than any other person and they are able to take the necessary measures to solve these problems

  • British Council.jpg amazing_spring | Rimal Prep Girls School C | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    1_ I listened to Shama Sanduya
    2_ The most important things she said and that she raised the mole with banners that read “Youth strike for the climate.”
    3_ My opinion is that everyone who works on this topic listen to her advice to become a scientist and be the second to do the underwater climate in the world and that her article had a valuable meaning for everyone who works on this topic is "the marine climate"

  • British Council.jpg believable_temperature | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    l listened to an annual mole, and the most important thing he said was the development and nourishment of the child’s mind from the danger to plastic and stations, and parents and scientists should hear it because teachers are working on developing the child’s mind, and parents have to make their children distort the cell videos because it works to develop the child’s imagination and build intelligence...

  • British Council.jpg composed_radio | Sylhet Cadet College | Bangladesh
    18 Oct 2021

    I listened to Al Gore, the former vice President of USA.

    The most important thing he said was “That image of the small ‘blue marble’ we call home opened so many people’s eyes to how fragile our planet is and inspired millions to want to protect it.”

    I think as an inhabitant of this blue earth almost everyone of this planet should hear this, most precisely the ‘World Leaders’. Because the mass populace follow the directions directed by the ones sitting on the throne. Either this earth can become a safe haven for the human beings or it can become a scrap land where sand dusts will by flying over the dead bodies originated by a nuclear or more devastating war. Everyone should know how much our earth needs us. But we are so much busy in destroying this beautiful gem in the name of technological invasion and making lives so called easier . Deforestation, filling up of water bodies, setting up industries, creating artificial environments for war fields , destroying ecological balance etc. are creating bruises in the “Blue Marble”. That’s why, that specific message from Al Gore should be casted in the hearts of the millions so that everyone of us at least do something even if it’s a small one which can bring a massive change in protecting our earth. And our world leaders from different super powers should play a vital role in directing the wonderful creatures i.e. the human beings in maintaining a safe living prospect . Thus both the earth and the human beings will live a life where peace will be inevitable .

  • British Council.jpg patient_iceberg | Sylhet Cadet College | Bangladesh
    18 Oct 2021

    I have listened to Shaama Sandooyea.

    The most important thing she said was “The best way we can expand childrens’ imagination, which is already huge because children have a huge imagination already, is by getting them in touch with the ocean, the marine lives”

    I think every parent should hear this message because children are the future and parents are the ones who bring up their children, so they are the ones in charge of making a better future.

    1. British Council.jpg logical_city | Rimal Prep Girls School C | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      patient_iceberg's comment 18 Oct 2021

      Yes , children are the future so parents and teachers should care for them.

    2. British Council.jpg flowing_volcano | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      patient_iceberg's comment 20 Oct 2021

      - You answer is very great I also listened to Shaama Sandooyea
      - The most basic and important thing she said that (It's hard to change the perspective of some people)
      - I believe her message, words and saying should be heard and good listened by journalists managers of news channels around the world because if they don’t have adequate evidence to persuade people in news or stories they would not have the ability to change people's perspectives.

  • British Council.jpg mirthful_writer | Rimal Prep Girls School C | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Dhruti
    2. The most important thing she said was that our children suffer from pressure and each child should have his own ground to play and express himself.
    2. I think that parentd and teachers should hear her message because sometimes children are most neglected by parents and teachers because of being busy and over worked . So , parents and teachers should give kids their own space.

  • British Council.jpg witty_assumption | Rimal Prep Girls School C | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    1. I really like what Shaama Sandooyea said
    2. I liked its support for the people of the country who are afraid to speak about climate change, and it gives them the courage to make their voices heard and have an opinion.
    3. I think that her countrymen should listen to her message and the officials as well, because the people are only appreciated by the officials who support them, and we must also deliver the message to the children of the country so that they grow up aware of the dilemma in which their country has fallen.

  • British Council.jpg artistic_tambourine | Rimal Prep Girls School C | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    1_ I listened to Droti Chakravarthy
    2_ The most important thing she said: that there are pressures between generations that are exercised on the young and children of this generation
    3_ My opinion: that parents and teachers should listen to its message in order to deal with their children and students.

  • British Council.jpg devoted_nature | Sylhet Cadet College | Bangladesh
    18 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Shaama Sandooyea

    2. The most important thing she said was ,“If you want to protect something you need to understand it ; you need to feel the beauty of it. So the best way of expanding children’s imagination towards the lungs of our mother Earth, we need to get them in touch of the blues and marine lives and if they don’t have the privilege to do so organize things so that they can research and understand the colorful and magical world of oceans.”

    3. I think we should hear her message specifically the parents and teachers ;Because children are the ones who will be leading the world tomorrow and be the ones to take care of our planet and parents and the teachers make the most impact in any child’s life and if they make their children understand the importance of the blue world of oceans and make them feel the mysterious world of oceans so that they will feel the attraction towards seas and will have a strong emotion to protect it and hopefully they will be the ones to protect our beautiful mother Earth in the upcoming days.

  • British Council.jpg blessed_personality | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    1- I have listened to Al Gore.

    2- The satellites track pollution.

    3- I think I should address it to astronomers. Because: Air pollution is the fifth largest cause of death in the world, and it leads to five million premature deaths annually You will make this data publicly available

  • British Council.jpg sensitive_hen | Rimal Prep Girls School C | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Hernan pagayge.
    2. The most important thing he said was that people should free them selves and be the owner of their decisions. His alliance ' involvement in decision-making for all people in the international community.
    2. I think that governments and companies in industries should hear his message because they practise Monopolizing and gagging mouths . They wants things goes as they want but the right that the people should be free of any pressure.

    1. British Council.jpg supportive_tradition | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      sensitive_hen's comment 20 Oct 2021

      After I listened to Mr. Hernan.
      I felt that he was spreading his strong emotions towards his country, and I felt that he is rooted in his land and cannot stand idly by and leave decisions to governments and climate institutions on behalf of him and his people.
      Because although they do not interact and cannot express their views, they are most vulnerable to the effects of climate.
      This is what I understood when he said, "Our agricultural systems are built on the sky and on the seasons, but the stability and consistency of those seasons has changed in recent years due to climate change."
      And I want to pass on to you the words I gained from Mr. Hernan, who I feel is addressing me and everyone who wants to give up his country, let me pass it on to every citizen, every farmer, every person who lives on his land, you don't have to succumb to the environmental changes that surround you. But be proud of your culture and you have to love the land and protect the homeland by facing it with determination and determination and working to find effective solutions to the problems that affect your life.
      In order to contribute to the preservation of your land and also to save the entire planet from these harsh climatic phenomena.

  • British Council.jpg free_sparrow | Rimal Prep Girls School C | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    1. I've listened to Hernan Baitagusi
    2. The most important thing he said is that indigenous peoples do not contribute and often participate in climate change, but also their impact on the world at the first level.
    3. I think all residents and human rights groups should hear his message because a lot of people are affected and sick about this thing.

    1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
      free_sparrow's comment 18 Oct 2021

      Can we please try to get Hernan's surname correct, free_sparrow!

  • British Council.jpg intuitive_land | Rimal Prep Girls School C | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Al Gore.
    2. I liked his words when he gave an incentive to his people who blur their opinions because no one hears them, so he raises their awareness and tells them to highlight your role and give you a role in changing the climate, so the people will be grateful to you
    3. Teachers and parents must educate their children, support them with psychological support, and increase their confidence so that they can be able to work for their country.

  • British Council.jpg victorious_library | Sylhet Cadet College | Bangladesh
    18 Oct 2021

    I listened to Hernán Payaguaje.

    The most important thing he said was, they are neglected in the international arena intentionally where the extraction companies and the Government are highly responsible for such a circumstance.

    I think that the mass people around globe should hear their message through the mass media because "The world is what we are".So,when the mass people are conscious about their situation,no indigenious people nor any minority group of people will be neglected anymore.

  • British Council.jpg inspiring_economics | Sylhet Cadet College | Bangladesh
    18 Oct 2021

    I listened to Dhruti Chakravarthi.

    the most important thing she said was - there is green washing ; an immediate accomplishment to mislead people to think a company's product as environment friendly.

    I think third world countries should listened to it because even if inclusive decisions are taken in COP26 ,who can say for sure that third world countries are not being victims of green washing by the world leading powerful countries ?

  • British Council.jpg bold_environment | Sylhet Cadet College | Bangladesh
    18 Oct 2021

    I listened to Shaama Sandooyea.

    The most important thing she said was, “If we want to take proper climate action, we need to start protecting the high seas”.

    I think the big corporates and governments should hear her message because the high seas aren’t used by the common people , the big oil and fish companies aren’t using the high seas cautiously and spreading oils and polluting the sea environment as a result the under-water creatures are dying , the sea algaes take carbon dioxide and produces oxygen and helps the eco-system but for the pollution, they can’t properly accomplish their tasks and this high seas pollution is bringing curse for us.

  • British Council.jpg logical_city | Rimal Prep Girls School C | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Shama Sandoya.
    2. The most important thing she said and liked is not to give up on your dreams because of climate change. 3. I think her message should be heard by ambitious people who have goals they want to achieve and take the phrase "My dream comes after tiredness"

  • British Council.jpg blissful_message | Pabna Cadet College | Bangladesh
    18 Oct 2021

    I have read Sir Al Gore's answers .
    The most important thing he said is " the importance of people power—and especially the power of young people to be strong voices for change."

    I think almost everyone should hear this message especially the young generation because young people are the future leaders and they are the ones who can make a impactful change to this world .

  • British Council.jpg objective_tennis | Pabna Cadet College | Bangladesh
    18 Oct 2021

    I listened to Al Gore.

    To me, the most important thing he said was the power of young people to be strong voices for change. Young generation is the future of a country. Climate change is a concern for the future. IF the young generation does not think about the climate change and all the problems mother earth is facing, then the future is more dangerous than we can even think.

    I think every teacher should listen to this because they are the builders of the new generation. They show the students their way to a beautiful future. Only they can inspire the young generation to raise their voices against anything which is not good or right for the earth.

  • British Council.jpg broadminded_ladder | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    I listened to Al Gore.
    The most important thing he said that there are relatively inexpensive community solar farms that communities can install pretty easily.
    It is really good if farmers and agricultural businessmen as well as solar energy technologist should listen to him because they are usually built as a response to state -level initiatives to support clean energy goals and create healthier communities .

  • British Council.jpg lively_apple | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    I was inspired by shaama interviews, I think the most important thing she said we must all have the courage to save Earth 🌍 "our mother" from extinction, Ithink All of people regardless of ages should listen that because the responsibility to protect earth 🌍 "our mother" is everyone's responsibility not leaders and poltications responsibility's only.
    And finally I hope all of human follow shaama regardless she's girl because she a big history star.

  • British Council.jpg openminded_peak | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    I was inspired by shaama interviews, I think the most important thing she said we must all have the courage to save Earth 🌍 "our mother" from extinction, Ithink All of people regardless of ages should listen that because the responsibility to protect earth 🌍 "our mother" is everyone's responsibility not leaders and poltications responsibility's only.
    And finally I hope all of human follow shaama regardless she's girl because she a big history star.

  • British Council.jpg broadminded_independence | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    18 Oct 2021

    I listened to Al Gore who is the former American vice-president.
    The most important thing he said was, he has been dealing with the issues of climate change from a young age and it was his university professor, the great climate scientist Roger Revelle, who opened his eyes to the potential and irreversible damage of the climate crisis.
    I think that every youth people and youngster should hear this message because childhood and youth time is the period when one goes through learning, which widens their depth of knowledge so that development and participation in society are increased. That means, if one deal with climate problems, gather knowledge about what is happening with the earth and remain engaged with climate activities, then he/she will be able to find out fruitful solutions which will be really striking and change the entire world.

  • British Council.jpg faithful_aspect | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    Why don't I get stars
    I am sad
    Because I participate a lot and do not get stars like the rest of my colleagues

    1. Screenshot_20200324_165750.jpg Molly @ Topical Talk
      faithful_aspect's comment 18 Oct 2021

      Hi faithful_aspect. We receive hundreds of comments from students a day and unfortunately it's not possible to award everyone with a star. We really appreciate everyone's contributions on the Student Hub and we're so glad you've been contributing lots. Remember, stars aren't the only way to gauge your success. The Student Hub is a great place to share ideas and learn new things from people around the world. Look out for other students or experts responding to your comments to show that you have started an interesting discussion!

  • British Council.jpg beloved_butterfly | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    The most admiring thing I learned from Mr. Gore's answer is his enthusiastic idea on thinking of solutions to our problems related to electricity which is depend on the clean energy by building solar farm .
    I think this is a good idea in this critical time in Gaza as the only existing power plant suffers from lack of fuel .So all the owner's of companies of Gaza as well as the help of different NGOS should hear his words.

  • British Council.jpg storytelling_harp | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    18 Oct 2021

    I listened to the answers of Hernán Payaguaje.

    According to my opinion, the most important thing about Hernán's speech was the struggle about the rights of the indigenous people and to preserve the culture and existence of the tribal people of the world. I

    I think every policymaker must listen to his speech to make sure of the rights of the tribal and indigenous people and take steps to make the voice of them to be listened.

  • British Council.jpg free_river | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    18 Oct 2021

    I listened to Hernán Payaguaje.
    The most important thing he said was, "From my perspective there has never been a robust participation of indigenous peoples in these spaces... I do not believe enough has been done is and is continuing to be done to include indigenous voices"
    I think that all the people of the developing countries along with their leaders should hear their message because still many people don't know about the fact that cultural change can happen due to climate change and proper action is not taken and sometimes they are not even taken into consideration . If they are properly acknowledged about this they can give them monetary help or can do media coverage so that we all can know this and work for them.

  • British Council.jpg alert_eel | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    18 Oct 2021

    1.I listened to Shaama Sandooyea.

    2. The most important thing she said, "When you are an activist, you should have that fire razing in yourself, I am here cause I want change because this is not good."

    3. I think the the rising leaders and all activists should here this message because it will help to spark up the inner power of them and for that they will be more motivated and strong willed to stand against the bad.

  • British Council.jpg compassionate_explanation | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    1 I heard from former President Al Gore, "They knew as early as the 1970s that oil, gas, and coal were harming our planet, but instead of sounding the alarm and rethinking their business plans, they tried to hide those impacts and make people believe that there wasn't a problem."
    2 I think everyone should hear this, especially "business owners are the masters of business markets". Throughout the last century, we ignored these harms and did not pay attention to them, and we were only interested in the economy and making money. This negatively affected the generation that came after it and did not affect their generation, so they did not know the seriousness of the situation we are living in now because of neglect. Therefore, we must not hesitate to take steps to solve the climate problem, pay more attention to the climate than the economy and not make the same mistakes as the previous generation, so as not to affect the current generation and the next. If it's not too late

  • British Council.jpg helpful_blackcurrant | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    I have listened to shaama interviews, I think the most important thing she said is " if we don't fight for it the Indian Ocean, who will fight for us?? " this reflects great care to protect our earth and fight climate change, Ithink All of us should listen this not just listen but work hard to investigate it and we should all suggest an useful suggestions that benefit to the environment

  • British Council.jpg affable_opinion | Pabna Cadet College | Bangladesh
    18 Oct 2021

    I paid attention to Hernán Payaguaje

    The main thing he said was that the native individuals truly don't contribute much in regard of environmental change at the end of the day they become one of its most noticeably awful victims.

    I figure the world chiefs ought to hear this message in light of the fact that the native individuals or if nothing else an agent from each native local area ought to be given a stage on global level so the damages brought about by environmental change upon the native local area can be tended to by all.

    1. British Council.jpg alert_idea | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      affable_opinion's comment 18 Oct 2021

      I agree with you that world leaders must hear the message, because they have to listen to them and we have to stand with them and support them, and if their voice is heard, other ethnic groups will come forward and speak for their rights. to deal with the situation.

  • British Council.jpg adaptable_memory | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    18 Oct 2021

    I have listened to Sir Al Gore carefully.

    And in my point of view, the most important thing he stated was
    "They knew as early as the 1970s that oil, gas, and coal were harming our planet, but instead of sounding the alarm and rethinking their business plans, they tried to hide those impacts and make people believe that there wasn’t a problem".
    This message demonstrates the present situation of industries and businesses throughout the world. The businessmen always think about their profits and their industrial development at any cost. And meanwhile, they forget about the environment and often cause harm to it instead which includes carbon emission, unorganized waste management, etc.

    That's why, I strongly believe all the INDUSTRIALISTS, BUSINESS OWNERS AND ENTREPRENEURS should hear this because
    The owners of industries and businesses can learn a great lesson from the message, which is, NOT TO PUT PERSONAL INTEREST FIRST OVER THE BETTERMENT OF ENVIRONMENT. Along with that, the entrepreneurs will also have a great example of the policies of the green industry.

  • British Council.jpg lucky_ant | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    18 Oct 2021

    I listened to Shaama Sandooyea who is the world's first underwater climate strike activist.

    From my point of view, THE MOST IMPORTANT THING SHE SAID WAS, that was frustrating when she wanted to change so much and see her island well again. But, her people were very afraid of what was going to happen because they were having DROUGHTS IN THE SUMMER AND FLASH FLOODS IN THE WINTER and she didn't want her people not to know what is going to happen tomorrow; SHE DID NOT WANT HER PEOPLE TO DIE.

    I think that those who want to work for the climate and help the climate by doing activities to save the earth should hear this message because, if we want to do something good, obstacles will come and we have to face various difficulties in the run. Rather than giving up, we have to move forward by giving our best effort and one day, our voice will stand out which will make a difference by affecting the climate in a good way and Shaama Sandooeya has already done it.

  • British Council.jpg grateful_violin | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    18 Oct 2021

    I have listened to AI Gore, The former vice president.

    To me, the most important thing told by him was the feeling of him about the space exploration and his thoughts about the importance of the satellites along with the government funding.

    I think the higher authority of the government should listen to his speech to develop their space research faculty for the improvement of their country and leap forth to stay in the race.

    1. British Council.jpg alert_idea | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      grateful_violin's comment 18 Oct 2021

      Excellent idea! I also think that satellite makers and inventors should hear the message; So that they invent more satellites and work on developing them as much as possible because of their great importance in the field of technology, as they solve many problems such as television signals, phone calls, scientific research, weather forecasting, military support, navigation and Earth imaging.

  • British Council.jpg forceful_snake | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    18 Oct 2021

    I listened to Shama Sandoya.
    The most important thing she said was that we should fight to save our mother earth before it gets extinct.
    Until now only politicians were knocked regarding these issues but now the situation is far beyond repair so i think this is for all the people living on earth. It is high time we should start thinking about the future generations and start taking things seriously.

  • British Council.jpg logical_raisin | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    18 Oct 2021

    I have listened to Shaama Sandooyea.

    The most important thing she said was that we can expand the imagination of the children by bringing them in touch with the ocean and the marine lives.

    I think every parents and teachers should listen to this message because children are the future leaders and their parents and teachers are the ones who are in charge of making a better future for them.

    1. British Council.jpg alert_idea | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      logical_raisin's comment 18 Oct 2021

      I agree with you. But I also think that content creators on YouTube and social media influencers should hear this message; To create content that aims to expand the child's imagination, develop himself and his abilities, and work to make it better to create an impressive future for them.

  • British Council.jpg charming_volcano | Khan Younis Prep A Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to"Al Gore".
    2. The most important thing he said that"The most important thing I learned during my time in government is the importance of people's strength, especially the strength of young people,to be strong voices for a change in the climate crisis.
    3. I think that any international institution should hear his message because there are a lot of genius and brilliant minds with broad thinking, not only in developed countries, but also in underdeveloped countries that can contribute in solving the climate problems circulating in their countries.
    I advise all countries to gain their brilliant minds by launching a campaign to cooperate together in solving the problems of the climate crisis and so that would minimize time and efforts.

  • Boutcher-logo-250x250.jpg storytelling_king | Boutcher C of E Primary School A | United Kingdom
    18 Oct 2021

    1) I have listened to Al Gore.

    2) I feel the most important thing he said was that our every action can help save climate change such as a vote or our opinion. That is important because he is saying that everyone is involved in the world and he is inspiring people of all ages to support the campaign to stop climate change so that we can all influence our world in the future.

    3) I think that everyone in the world should hear his message because it is such a inspirational one that every person on earth should hear. The reason why I think that is because it is a message that could turn thousands of people to picking up litter or walking and cycling when they can or using less plastic equipment just as it tells us how we can have a opinion in what we think is right.

    1. British Council.jpg bright_conversation | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      storytelling_king's comment 18 Oct 2021

      yes, because no matter how busy you are, if you have a strong will to work for something and do something good, you will be successful. From here we can learn that we can work hard and succeed only with strong determination.
      And the most valuable message of Sir AI Gore's response was "the importance of people's power, and especially the power of young people to be strong voices for change". In my opinion, this is the best message we can get as young people because we young people are the future of our planet and if we try, we can do anything like changing our climate. We just need to unite and work together.

  • British Council.jpg productive_temperature | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    18 Oct 2021

    I listen to Al Gore who is the former Amarecian vice-president

    The most important thing he said was, That image of the small ‘blue marble’ we call home opened so many people’s eyes to how fragile our planet is and inspired millions to want to protect it.

    I want everyone to hear about it beacuse all the time we have been thinking that our planet is something so powerful that we don't really need to look after it where as it's so fragile that it can be decayed or ruined anytime if we dont take care of it properly.

  • British Council.jpg ineffable_reality | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    18 Oct 2021

    I took into consideration the speech of Dhruti Chakravarty.
    The most predominant thing she said was manufacturing an immense interconnection between children and nature.
    I believe that if parents, teachers and others concerned hear her message, it will be much beneficial as they are the ones to widen the perspective of children.

  • British Council.jpg flowing_kiwifruit | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    18 Oct 2021

    i listened to hernan peyaguje.
    the most important part that i felt should be considered is that minor peoples contribution are neglected.
    So i think that the minor groups and communities should not be neglected rather recognized nationally locally and internationally. this will encourage them to come forward with more ideas. we should keep in mind that brilliance is found in every corner of the world doesnt matter where we belong from.

    1. British Council.jpg constructive_journalist | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      flowing_kiwifruit's comment 19 Oct 2021

      I agree with you, so I think that the general associations of minors should hear this in order to defend the rights of minors and make them an important place and reinforce the ideas of people who think that they are still children, which leads to losing their self-confidence and resorting to things that may harm them to show themselves such as smoking, but the emergence of a group of people who support them and listen Seeing them will make them feel important, boost their self-confidence and make them successful people in the future.

  • British Council.jpg champion_wolverine | Khan Younis Prep A Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    I lestened to shama sandoya , and one of the most important things she said was that all must rise up in order to make our hame,our island , or the place in which we live safe , because every person loves to see his land the best place and live in it without feeling anxious for what might happen due to climate change . I thenk all the heads of state and local and international governments are fully responsible for climate change and temperature because they are the community class that have the ability to make change , and impose laws that mitigates the climate change dangers than comes children in the second place who are going to be the future maker and basically contrbute to the reform of the environment and the climate

  • British Council.jpg lovely_kiwifruit | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to former US Vice President Gore
    2. The most important thing he said: They have known since the seventies of the last century that gas, oil and coal .. are harmful to our planet, but instead of sounding the drums of danger, they rethink their business plans, and they try to hide the negative effects and make people believe that there is no problem
    3. I believe that from now on listen to their message and more importantly to listen to the message of politicians and thinkers because over the past years we have become so obsessed with our advice and our personal advantages that when we listened to these benefits we did not even hesitate to risk our land and in the end did not imagine what the outcome would be and when We continue to risk nature. One day nature will take everything from us

  • British Council.jpg miraculous_beetle | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    18 Oct 2021

    I listened to Shaama Sandooyea.
    The most important thing she said was "It's very difficult for adults to question their beliefs and question themselves. What we can do is to show them a bit about how their consumption of plastic is a lot for one person...this starts at home, with families and at school."
    I think that PARENTS should hear her message because many children around the world are hesitant to share their ambitions and future plans because they fear their parents would criticize their ambitions and they would seize out any oppurtunity they have on setting out their goals in the future.

    1. British Council.jpg alert_idea | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      miraculous_beetle's comment 18 Oct 2021

      I also think that school principals and teachers listen to its message because the teacher is the most important element in the school and his personality has a great influence on the behavior of the students and he will be able to direct them in the right desired direction. I believe that an article (self-confidence) should be added to encourage children to share their aspirations for the future with family and friends.

  • British Council.jpg blithesome_boysenberry | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    18 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Hernán Payaguaje.
    2. The most important thing he said was about exclusion of the subject of "the robust change that is happening in landscapes for climate change" from the international debate, which results in the great loss to agricultural-based countries like Bangladesh.
    3. I think that the governments of middle-income countries and agriculture-based countries should hear his message because most of the time the voice of the people are not given a proper hearing to the ideas and protests of the common people which results in great loss in the perspective of achievements and sustainability in the environment.

    1. British Council.jpg bright_currant | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      blithesome_boysenberry's comment 19 Oct 2021

      That's fine but I agree with Al Gore when he said, "The most important thing I've learned during my time in government is the importance of people's strength - especially the power of young people to be strong voices for change. Whenever I hear about people who have faced some of the first impacts of the climate crisis, their stories fill me with purpose and energy. to work to help solve the challenges they were facing.”
      He has been trying to solve problems for a long time to create a clean and safe society

  • British Council.jpg insightful_starfish | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    Step1:I listened to Al Gore,The most important thing he said was Political leaders, governments, executives, and so many others who didn’t believe in the climate crisis are now seeing the impacts of greenhouse gas pollution first-hand.
    Step2:I think that those who should hear this are the same wise people, leaders, politicians, governments and everyone who sees the great climate change that threatens our planet and threatens our generations with a decent and safe life because change starts from the soul, so if we reform ourselves
    And our consciences will correct our actions, so I thank him for mentioning this point that awakens our consciences towards our actions and our hands in which we have polluted our beautiful planet.

  • British Council.jpg active_raisin | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    18 Oct 2021

    I listened to Shaama Sandooya
    A very important thing she said was it very hard for adults to question themselves and their beliefs
    I think every adult as well as evry children should hear this because through this every children can become a self aware responsible human being .

  • British Council.jpg insightful_starfish | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    Step 1:I listened to Hernán Payaguaje
    Step2:The most important thing they said was "Our agricultural systems...are based on the skies and on the seasons but the stability and consistency of those seasons have been changing in recent years because of climate change"Those who must listen are the owners of factories and companies that throw their waste into nature, and also the government, and every individual and the voice of youth in his hand to change must listen because the indigenous population currently does not hear their voice, because before the great climate change they were in harmony with nature, but this harmony has become unbalanced It affects the lives and safety of the indigenous people and causes them to migrate.

  • British Council.jpg stellar_fossil | Khan Younis Prep A Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    I listened to Mr. Gore.. Mr. Gore is a very genius man in solving the crisis.. The most important thing they said is that he is the author of several bestselling books on the climate crisis and one of his books: An Inconvenient Truth - The Earth in the Balance. It's the subject of the documentary "An Inconvenient Truth" that won two Oscars in 2006. I read this book and it's one of the best books I've read. I think it was about global warming and the like.. Gore won the Nobel Peace Prize along with the Intergovernmental Committee concerned with climate change..you should hear their message because it will give you great information about climate..I really admire his genius

  • British Council.jpg trustful_bee | Khan Younis Prep A Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    I listened to Al Göre the founder and chairman of The Climate Reality Project
    .The most important things Dr. Bullard’s work discovered that the United States’ landfills, chemical plants, and big factories were often unfairly located near Black communities, polluting them in ways that more affluent white communities didn’t experience. This is a form of systemic racism that wasn’t well known before Dr. Bullard’s groundbreaking work . I think that Factories and institutions responsible for collecting garbage should hear their message because We can throw chemical and harmful waste away from the black areas and dispose of the waste or recycle it to reduce environmental pollution.

  • British Council.jpg capable_seal | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    I liked this sentence (try to learn from a lot of very samart People )for Mr Al Gore because it is an advice to everyone for the event to learn, research and read

  • British Council.jpg warmhearted_ocean | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    I have listened to Druti Chakravarthy.
    The most important thing she said was to build a relationship between children and nature.
    I think that parents and teachers should hear its message because they are the ones who shape the mind of the child and can create awareness and advanced thinking.

  • British Council.jpg enchanted_honeyberry | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    1. I listen to Shaama Sandoorea.
    2.I liked her initiative to give important to the generation of young people who not express their ideas and fear that .What it is in mind as a female and there are acts that the woman can not afford ,yet.
    3. I would like to direct my words to the world, organizations and governments to give the right to young people and give them the right to share their work and ideas to curb climate change.

  • British Council.jpg fulfilled_measurement | Khan Younis Prep A Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    I listened to Al Gore.
    The most important thing he said is that it was his teacher who opened his eyes to the potential irreparable damage of the climate crisis, so Al Gore was influenced by his teacher and this shows the essential role teachers play in changing perspectives because they are . The ideal model for their students, so that they can easily pour their thoughts into their mind.
    I think that children should hear his massage because their brains are still flexible at this age, so they can be affected by Al Gore speech, then they can affect the whole society and change their minds.

  • Graveney-logo-250x250.jpg encouraging_elderberry | Graveney School | United Kingdom
    18 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Dhruti Chakravarthi
    2. I think the most important thing that she said was that ' should developing countries, who have caused much of climate change but are not able to be as active as they are still underprivileged, be told that they have to commit as much as first world countries.' This point is crucial as developing countries are pressured into carrying out programs which many first world countries are unable or unwilling to do and are ridiculed unfairly when they are unable to do these things.
    3. I think that the social hierarchy which spans the whole world, creates a vacuum of power when the most powerful countries are at a loss for what their next course of action should be. In order to resume their conceited idea of a perfect world they force others to lose and draw the attention away from themselves.

  • British Council.jpg grounded_aspect | Khan Younis Prep A Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    I listened to Al Gore talk about the duty of each individual to preserve the environment and not cause its destruction or harm, the most important thing they said was how to follow the correct behaviors to preserve the environment, so I think that the Ministry of Electricity and Energy and all concerned parties should listen to their important message because using clean energy sources instead of using fossil fuels that will destroy the environment, and working to implement their vision to keep the environment safe and secure for us and all other living creatures on this earth.

  • British Council.jpg steadfast_woodpecker | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    I listened to Shaama Sandooyea. The most important thing she said was what I learned from her: to remain determination and persistence in what we are going to do, and to have courage in the soul. Everyone on the universe, especially young people, should listen to Shaama Sandooyea.

  • British Council.jpg steady_starfruit | Khan Younis Prep A Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    I listened to
    Al-Gore
    The most important thing he said is his concerns about the rights of lower class who must be equal to upper class, so for me as a student I should take these words in consideration because we must treat our classmates all the same and i will help the poor students secretly so they don't feel disgraced. I think he should talk to businessmen because they can practice pressure on the government and their voice is heard by the government also they can run huge projects using alternative energy

  • British Council.jpg chatty_cicada | Rimal Prep Girls School C | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    1) I listened to Hernán Payaguaje.

    2) The most important thing she said is that all peoples should keep abreast of technology to help them learn quickly and take different cultures to meet whatever circumstances and challenges they are going through.

    3) I think that governments in particular and individuals in general should hear their message because they are the ones who build society hand in hand.

  • British Council.jpg constructive_journalist | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    - I listened to Dhruti.
    - The most amazing thing she said was building a connection between kids and nature .
    - From my point of view teachers of kindergartens should listen to her words as they are the one who are the first to teach children. They should take care of them because they are the adult of the society.
    -Additionally, teachers of primary stages should listen to Dhruti's speech because they also have an important role in fostering children.

  • Upton-Cross-logo-250x250.jpg jubilant_morning | Upton Cross Primary School | United Kingdom
    18 Oct 2021

    1}I listened to Shaama Sandooyea's answer.
    2}Her point is to stop climate strikes and she fights for the Indian ocean.Shaama held up signs saying: "Youth strike for climate"and"Nou Reklam lazistis klimatic".

  • British Council.jpg romantic_wolf | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    - I listened to Hernán.
    - The most important thing he said was that (( we should never be silenced even when we are scared, we should fight for our Earth))
    - From my point of view government officials and decision makers in the whole world should listen to his words because climate change affects everyone in the earth, no one is excluded from it . as a result, we should all work together to try and overcome or at least minimize this pressing matter.

  • British Council.jpg open_fact | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    1)I listened to Shaama Sandooyea.
    2) The most important thing I think she said was "adults' minds are not as spry as they were when they were younger".
    3) I want to direct her speech to charitable organizations and institutions to take care of adults and work to educate them always in various appropriate means for them so that they are aware of the latest methods and solutions related to the issue of climate change.

    1. British Council.jpg radical_strategy | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      open_fact's comment 20 Oct 2021

      Really I interested your answer, and I also interested in listening to Shaama Sandooyea at all .
      - The most necessary and important words that catch my attention was "you should have optimism for bringing a change both in the climate crisis and climate change and in the perspectives of adults through starting it from our families being a positive example at first"".
      3. From my point of view the responsible and people who will attend the COP26 around the world must listen her talk . in my opinion this is to know that the effective solutions of the crisis change will began from them then the whole world can imitate them and began also to discover creative solutions for the issue climate change

  • British Council.jpg mindful_football | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Shaama Sandooyea.
    2. The most important sentence that attract my hear is "you should have optimism for bringing a change both in the climate crisis and in the perspectives of adults via starting it from our families being a positive example at first"".
    3. I believe that everyone from the participants of COP26 who reached to 30,000 participant from all over the world should listen her talk . I think this is to recognize that the solution of the climate change will start from them then the whole world will imitate them and start also to find creative solutions for climate change

  • British Council.jpg reliable_construction | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    I listened to Hernan Bai Guaj and I think the most important sentence he said was,
    Indigenous peoples generally do not contribute much to climate change, but are the direct recipients of its impact.” In the sense that the indigenous people in the country do not affect the climate, but they are affected the most. I think that those who should listen to them are those who travel to countries other than their own and pollute the environment

  • British Council.jpg articulate_antelope | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    I've listened to Al Gore. I think the most important thing he said is "I'm the one who's going to care" because we have to take care of the climate.

    1. British Council.jpg alert_idea | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      articulate_antelope's comment 19 Oct 2021

      An important sentence! I believe that everyone in the world should hear this message (I am the one who cares) so that they can highlight their important role in climate change and also to take advantage of their position that influences society so that it becomes more inspiring for future generations in order to confront climate change and spread awareness Environmental and also Arab governments should hear the message in order to reduce their use of resources that increase global warming.

  • British Council.jpg free_planet | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    18 Oct 2021

    1) I listened to Al gore, the former American Vice President.

    2) The most important thing he said was the criticism of the environmental racism.He said we can not have climate justice without racial justice. we can not have equality when our black communities are suffering at the frontlines of ecological devastation and the climate crisis. I think the ones on all governments and the leaders on responsibility positions should hear his words.

  • British Council.jpg cooperative_ukulele | Jhenidah Cadet College | Bangladesh
    19 Oct 2021

    1) I listened to former Vice President of the United States of America and the Founder and present Chairman of The Climate Reality Project, Mr. Albert Arnold Gore Jr.
    2) The most important thing he said was that, "Clean products are becoming more and more ubiquitous, but it’s important to acknowledge that we might not all be able to change over to sustainable products overnight. And a lot of the responsibility to change is on companies that pollute. The burden should not be only on you as a consumer, but on business to make more products that are sustainable and reduce their fossil fuel emissions."
    3) I think the business corporations and manufacturing companies should hear about this so that not only the consumers shift to sustainable energy and products but also the manufacturers and business communities realize the importance of clean energy and sustainable products and create their business plan emphasizing on these clean products and sustainable energy.

  • British Council.jpg miraculous_clarinet | Cumilla Cadet College | Bangladesh
    19 Oct 2021

    I listened to to Hernan Payaguaje. As he said about climate change, I cannot but agree to him. He told that the minors are neglected again he also mentioned about the global losses of the world for countries like Bangladesh which inspired me a lot. Finally, I think his message should be passed a crossed the world.

  • British Council.jpg bright_grape | Mymensingh Girls Cadet College | Bangladesh
    19 Oct 2021

    I listened to Shaama Sandooyea
    The most important thing they said was 'What we can do is to show them a bit about how their consumption of plastic is a lot for one person...this starts at home, with families and at school'
    I think that teenagers should hear their message because they shall be able to persuade their parents and relatives if they try.

    1. British Council.jpg alert_idea | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      bright_grape's comment 20 Oct 2021

      As for me:
      1. I listened to Al Gore.
      2. The most important thing he said was (Government funding for space exploration is important).
      3. I think teachers and government should hear this message; Because the discovery of space means discovering what the Earth lives on, so we have to appreciate space sciences more and more, and I suggest that it be taught as a subject in schools or that the government conduct scientific courses for those interested in space.

  • British Council.jpg miraculous_beetle | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    19 Oct 2021

    I listened to Al Gore.
    The most important thing he said was, "They knew as early as the 1970s that oil, gas, and coal were harming our planet, but instead of sounding the alarm and rethinking their business plans, they tried to hide those impacts and make people believe that there wasn’t a problem."
    I think that INDUSTRIALISTS should hear this message because their greed for wealth and resources may get the planet being ended up as a huge pile of radioactive chemical wastes. So, instead of hiding the harms their industries are causing from the general people, they could reduce or set up a proportional plan for product manufacturing which will be less harmful for the environment and the earth will not have to end up as a huge pile of radioactive chemical wastes.

  • British Council.jpg logical_raisin | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    19 Oct 2021

    I listened to Hernan Payaguaje.
    The most important thing he said was that the contribution of minor people are neglected.
    I think that the government should listen to this message because minor groups and communities must not be neglected rather recognized locally nationally and internationally which will encourage them to come forward with more ideas. We should keep in mind that brilliance is found in every corner of the world doesn't matter where they belong from.

  • British Council.jpg decisive_agency | Mymensingh Girls Cadet College | Bangladesh
    19 Oct 2021

    I listened to former American Vice-President Al Gore.

    The most important thing he said was about "The importance of power and especially the power of young people to be with one step closer with the future change makers"

    The upcoming young generation should hear his message because they need to know that their effort and will power is the most powerful thing for a nation. And of course, backbone of the generation needs this level of courage and motivation to work for the protection of the climate and overall the whole human habitat.

  • British Council.jpg buzzing_dolphin | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    19 Oct 2021

    I listened to Hernán Payaguaje. The most important thing he said was ''Our voices have been silenced by governments and companies in the industries that feel threatened by the messages that we bring.'' The governmental and higher authorities of the state should hear this message because every person runs the state and everyone's opinion matter in terms of encouragement and positivity.

  • British Council.jpg lucky_ant | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    19 Oct 2021

    I listened to Dhruti Chakravarthi.

    The most important thing they said was the involvement of women is a must for the overall development of a state. She used the term "intersectionality" in her speech.

    I think that Government, as well as the Joint families of middle & low-income countries, should hear her message because only then the participation of women & better feedback can be ensured. Dhruti Chakravarthi is really an inspiration for all of us!!

  • British Council.jpg free_river | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    19 Oct 2021

    I listened to Dhruti Chakravarthi
    The most important thing she said... being an observer at a climate-change summit, and not contribute to the problem-solving process is not an incident to bother

    I think the country leaders or representatives of under developed countries should hear this because they can get the perspectives of different country leaders there and find how to deal with big problems and learn problem solving.

  • British Council.jpg loved_computer | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    19 Oct 2021

    I thoroughly observed the discussion of Dhruti Chakravarti .
    I noticed that she is emphasizing a lot for the participation of the youth for responding to climate change and it's potential aftermath . Her discussions clearly conceptualize the foundation of youth involvement in climate activities . She also recognized the inherent exploits of major industrialized and developed nations towards the environment safety regulations . These nations needs to give up their unlawful approaches that cause climatic imbalance and also they should contribute for alleviating the risks of climate change .
    Her discussions were very well explained . Thus I think that her opinions and responses should be considered by the future conferences on climate activities .

  • British Council.jpg storytelling_raccoon | Khan Younis Prep A Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    19 Oct 2021

    I listened to Shaama Sandooyea comments , she's a biologic .
    Shamah is absolutely true when she tackled the climate crisis and the way the world is neglecting it. Although, I felt sorry about the carelessness of the people , I felt proud that Shamah and her youth friends started protesting to bring the problem to the eyes and minds of all the people. It is the climate where we live in . If it is healthy then we are, and vice versa. So,I think that it is the responsibility of EVERY single person in this big universe to hear her message ,to think globally and acts locally by taking care of the earth and does her/his best to make the climate safe and clean.

  • British Council.jpg unassuming_tamarillo | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    19 Oct 2021

    I listened to Hernán Payaguaje The most important thing he said was that indigenous peoples in general do not contribute much to climate change, but are the direct recipients of its impact and impact. I think that officials should raise awareness in society and launch awareness campaigns through social media because a large number of people do not know anything about climate change and its effects, and in every home there is a mobile phone and social media sites. If the matter is taken seriously, the situation will improve a lot and All people become a contributor to climate change.

    1. British Council.jpg free_atom | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      unassuming_tamarillo's comment 19 Oct 2021

      I listened to him too. The most important thing he said that indigenous ppeple do not contribute.
      I think this must be heard by all governments because it is a global problem concerns the whole planet. In this connection l suggest that indigenous people should be given a special day in the parliament. It is given to them every month to tell their problems, solutions and suggestions. In this way we offer them a golden chance to participate in solving problems and share real ideas about the crisis.

      1. British Council.jpg unassuming_tamarillo | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
        free_atom's comment 19 Oct 2021

        This is correct . But steps must be taken step by step. First, people must be informed about the problem of climate change. After that, people will know about climate change and its effects on the planet, and they can think and find solutions to this problem. At this time, governments must care about the opinion of the people and listen to them, because how will the person express What is his opinion if he does not know the subject?

  • British Council.jpg free_atom | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    19 Oct 2021

    Wonderful . Where fathers and mothers must also raise their children in a righteous, educated and educated society so that their children will be the secret of the success of their society and achieve their goals and the goals of their society. .......And to raise their children and bring them up to a good society, that is, free from bad firefighters, because there are some children who speak bad and bad words and neglect their studies and this is due to their parents, so they must live among good children because they affect him with all their characteristics.
    This does not apply to fathers and mothers at all, but also to teachers and those around the child in general
    I hope you benefited from this.

  • British Council.jpg talkative_signature | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    19 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Hernán Payaguaje.

    The most important thing they said was, "Our agricultural systems...are based on the skies and on the seasons but the stability and consistency of those seasons have been changing in recent years because of climate change."

    3. I think everyone of us should listen to this message because climate change is not only harming the environment, but also causing a huge impact on the livelihood and culture of many nations as we all are dependent on nature to meet every single demand we have.

  • British Council.jpg free_atom | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    19 Oct 2021

    excellent . I have a similar idea on your topic
    I heard Al Gore's most important thing
    (Clean products are becoming more and more ubiquitous, but it's important to recognize that we may not all be able to switch to sustainable products overnight. Much of the responsibility for change lies with the companies that cause pollution. Not only should the onus be on you as a consumer, it should fall on you to make more sustainable products and reduce fossil fuel emissions)
    I want to address this to the owners of companies and productive factories, as well as to the heads of the world, to produce factories that are not harmful to their society, but rather healthy and beneficial to society.
    Where do I want to say this?
    For the city of Brazil because it is the lung of the world
    As it affects the entire world
    While its industrial productions affect the world because it pollutes it and works to change the climate, as it cuts down trees to manufacture new resources.
    But she does not know how much this causes great harm to the world, and if this continues, it will lead to the destruction of the entire world. Therefore, world leaders must work to develop products to the best, that is, environmentally friendly and take the necessary precautions to prevent the occurrence of climatic or other disasters. .....

  • British Council.jpg adaptable_memory | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    19 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Hernán Payaguaje.

    2. The most important thing he said was, "Because of our lack of education and knowledge in terms of climate change impacts, we face greater trouble which is driven by indigenous knowledge and lack of technology."


    3. I think that every POLITICAL LEADER should listen to this message as it shows how important it is for the government to ensure the PROPER EDUCATION and AWARENESS PROGRAMS in the areas of indigenous communities and organise TRAINING PROGRAMS for them with proper management, instead of underestimating them or excluding them from the country.

  • British Council.jpg comfortable_contribution | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    19 Oct 2021

    1) The thing that interested me most is that Mr. Gore tried to replace environmentally destructive fossil fuels with clean energy
    2) The great message that I benefited from is that it is necessary to think about all the negatives of work, such as how to make developing countries able to buy these things and the way to solve these negatives before thinking about the positives of work
    3) And the person I would like to talk to is Mr. Pollard. I don't know much about climate change and become like Mr. Gore.
    4) The category of business managers is the most group that needs to hear these ideas because they are doing projects using fossil fuels, which worsen the climate situation.

  • British Council.jpg incredible_hummingbird | Barishal Cadet College | Bangladesh
    19 Oct 2021

    I heard sir Al gore , the former US vice-president.
    The most important thing I found is -
    "Satellites can also help us track pollutions ,so that we know where to take action to reduce it ".
    I want all the current and future world leaders, leaders of all countries in the world to know this , so they can learn about the project "Climate Trace" and be a part of it.

    1. British Council.jpg admirable_knowledge | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      incredible_hummingbird's comment 19 Oct 2021

      I agree with you, but for me I will address this message to the climate scientists and also the presidents, the climate scientists will work to make the largest possible amount of satellites that will work to track the climate and transmit its information to us, and the presidents will work to collect the scientists who will make the satellites and also they can advise their people to protect the environment to control the climate.

      Thank you.

      1. British Council.jpg incredible_hummingbird | Barishal Cadet College | Bangladesh
        admirable_knowledge's comment 20 Oct 2021

        Yes, you are right. But project "climate Trace " is a system where they will find the scientist and manage sufficient satellites . And world leaders are for organizing them and take actions.

  • British Council.jpg blissful_flight | Mirzapur Cadet College | Bangladesh
    19 Oct 2021

    1. I listen to Shaama Sandooya.
    2. The most important thing she said was how terrible was the suffering due to climate changes in her island.
    3. I think that world leaders should hear her message because this will give an idea to world leaders how horrible the sufferings would be to the next generation due to climate changes and this message will help them to understand how necessary and their steps are against climate change.

    1. British Council.jpg admirable_writer | Rimal Prep Girls School C | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      blissful_flight's comment 19 Oct 2021

      Yes to climate changes is great on the sons of this generation

    2. British Council.jpg admirable_knowledge | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      blissful_flight's comment 19 Oct 2021

      I agree with you, but I will direct this talk to the main officials in the world such as leaders and officials of international organizations for the environment by working on advising new generations such as children and working to enhance their role in society because they are future leaders and the next generation will depend on them and their advice to build a better future and thus preserve A good atmosphere surrounds us.

  • British Council.jpg enlightened_queen | Start-Rite Schools | Nigeria
    19 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to all four COP26 experts – Al Gore, Hernan Payaguaje, Shaama Sandooyea and Dhruti Chakravarthi

    2. The most important thing they said was we need to be intentional about changing our behaviour for the common good of the environment as well as actively and collectively use the power of our voices to advocate change, generating hope for the future.

    3. I think everyone directly or indirectly involved in the environmental problems we face should hear their message including young people (future leaders) whose minds are still open because we really need to be intentional about addressing the climate crisis.

  • British Council.jpg broadminded_independence | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    19 Oct 2021

    I listened to Shaama Sandooyea’s responses, who has achieved the honour to be the world's first underwater climate strike activist.
    From my perspective, the most IMPORTANT thing she said was about expanding children’s imagination about ocean so that they feel more motivated to protect it. She said that, IDEAS AND IMAGINATIONS ARE NOT LIMITED TO AGE, GENIUSES OR ANYONE. RATHER EVEN A CHILD CAN HAVE A STRONG POINT REGARDING A TOPIC, WHICH MAY SOUND STUPID, BUT ACTUALLY IT IS NOT AND IT MAY BE REALLY IMPACTFUL AND STUNNING.
    I think that everyone, starting from parents to leader of the states should hear her message because, children have diverse imagination power. If children are allowed to express their imagination, then this imagination will aid in the development of social, emotional, creative, physical, lingual, and problem-solving skills in children, which will foster cognitive and social development in our FUTURE LEADERS.

  • British Council.jpg cherished_lobster | Sylhet Cadet College | Bangladesh
    19 Oct 2021

    I listened to Al Gore.
    The most important thing he said was 'Fossil fuel companies have used their resources to influence governments and politicians for a very long time.'
    I think the world leaders and politicians should hear his message because I think many governments are still being manipulated by the companies and if they don’t become aware of this plot, the climate of the world will go beyond help.

    1. British Council.jpg admirable_knowledge | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      cherished_lobster's comment 19 Oct 2021

      I agree with you strongly, but I will direct this message to the heads of states and governments because there are companies that exploit fossil fuels to control some governments, as you said. Corporate men who work to manipulate governments.

      Thank you .

    2. British Council.jpg free_atom | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      cherished_lobster's comment 19 Oct 2021

      I listened to AL Gore.
      The most important thing he said was"Fossil fuels companies have used their resources to influence governments and politicians for Avery long time".
      I think that must be heard by honourd politicians and governments to establish a new kind of interpol concerned with the environments, to look after it, stop the crimes that are committed against it, and the most important to be a monitor to stop any kind of influence from the companies on the government. In this way we could achieve clarity and transparency which is part of problem solving.

    3. British Council.jpg supportive_tradition | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      cherished_lobster's comment 19 Oct 2021

      As for me, when I heard Mr. Gore I loved the saying.
      “Things that give a lot of hope about our abilities to tackle the climate crisis and many opportunities to become a green consumer but most importantly work for green policy changes.”
      I want to deliver his message to everyone.
      Because I learned that man can believe in himself that he can solve any problem and I show him that man can be double-edged and can be harmful to the environment, but he can correct his mistake by becoming a natural consumer of the environment. And work to preserve its resources in a correct way.

  • British Council.jpg poetic_coconut | Sylhet Cadet College | Bangladesh
    19 Oct 2021

    I listened to Al Gore, the former American Vice President.
    The most important thing he said was government funding for space exploration is important
    I think that the people of the world should hear their message because many have the idea that space exploration is simply a waste of time, but they need to know that the satellites are saving millions of lives predicting major storms like hurricanes, typhoons and collecting data sources to measure emissions from the major sources of pollution around the world.

  • British Council.jpg lovable_skill | Sylhet Cadet College | Bangladesh
    19 Oct 2021

    I listened to Dhruti Chakravarthi.
    The most important thing she said as per my thought was to build up a link between children and parents.
    I think that our parents or any elder personal closely related to us should hear their message as younger minds can think differently where the older minds can help by sharing their experiences, when the older ones inject the thought about the climate in the young minds with their learnings, the younger minds will come up with something new, more astonishing.

  • British Council.jpg productive_temperature | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    19 Oct 2021

    I listened to Hernan Payaguaje.
    The most important thing he said was "Historically, our struggles and our perspectives as indigenous peoples have been hidden and have been excluded from international debates and decision-making, and that's been intentional. Our voices have been silenced by governments and companies in the industries that feel threatened by the messages that we bring."
    I think THE UNITED NATIONS should hear his message because the indigenous people have always been neglected and been dropped out from the welfare activities of the government worldwide. The United Nations can impose compulsory fundings for the indigenous people on the government so that the indigenous people can get the benefits of the fundamental rights they have been always deprived of.

  • British Council.jpg determined_deer | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    19 Oct 2021

    1- I listened to (Hernan payaguaje)
    2- The most important thing he said is that the agricultural systems of the indigenous peoples are built on the sky.
    3- The leaders of developed countries should hear it because these countries are the biggest cause of impact on climate change.

  • British Council.jpg champion_mode | Sylhet Cadet College | Bangladesh
    19 Oct 2021

    I listened to AI Gore.
    The most important thing he said is ‘And especially for developing countries, green power solutions can be much easier for communities to access than power from fossil fuels.’
    I think the people who deny the fact should hear AI Gore’s speech because then they will be able to know that it will be easier to switch to clean energy and it's also enough efficient.

  • British Council.jpg smart_glacier | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    19 Oct 2021

    I want to ask a question to Shamma
    You talked about the difficulty of educating adults and the difficulty of persuading them and questioning their beliefs
    Your voice must reach all those concerned with the climate and we begin to explain the correct information and simplify it to children from the beginning, and this is the task of parents and teachers.
    Since you are the world's first climate strike activist, tell us, how was your opinion met, what obstacles did you face, and how was your opinion accepted and taken seriously?
    What are the ways and skills that helped you to clarify your ideas?
    And what are the means you used for that? Did the press have a great impact in helping you?
    You have all the appreciation and respect and I hope to become famous like you.

  • British Council.jpg incredible_brain | Sylhet Cadet College | Bangladesh
    19 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Al Gore, the former American Vice President.

    2. The most important thing he said was, " Political leaders, governments, executives, and so many others who didn’t believe in the climate crisis are now seeing the impacts of greenhouse gas pollution first-hand. They can’t deny it any longer."
    As government and political leaders have realized the impact of the climate crisis, now they can make new policies and inspire everyone to work together hand in hand to save our mother earth.

    3. I think that all the adults should hear their message because the so-called aware adults do not realize the importance of solving the climate crisis. They do not care much about the environment and the children also learn from what the adults do. So, to guarantee a better future, it is necessary to raise awareness among adults in the first place.

  • British Council.jpg kind_mood | Sylhet Cadet College | Bangladesh
    19 Oct 2021

    1 _I listened to Al Gore.
    2_The most important thing he said was, "But it is up to all of us to use our voices, our votes, and our choices as consumers to bring about change even faster. You can be a changemaker on this issue!"
    3_I think the GENERAL PEOPLE like us should hear his message, so that, we become more conscious about this fact and raise our voices, protest, and encourage each other to do so when we see the environment is being polluted or destroyed by someone or a community.

  • British Council.jpg methodical_horse | Sylhet Cadet College | Bangladesh
    19 Oct 2021

    1. I observed Dhruti Chakravarthi's interview.

    2. The most important thing she expressed was confidently revealing the harsh reality of our today's society of ignorance. Being a South Asian woman where girls are not that much witnessed to show bravery and work actively in movements but she showed heroism with her words.

    3. I think all the influential world leaders should hear this as well as the common women to find their inspiration to come up to show courage and battle with unjust.

  • British Council.jpg sensitive_guitar | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    19 Oct 2021

    People grow up with their goals and the greatest man's manifestation of increased his dream in achieving this dream, and in my opinion if the human did not accompany adream of his life would be seeking a goal.

  • British Council.jpg gutsy_wallaby | Sylhet Cadet College | Bangladesh
    19 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Dhruti Chakravarthi.
    2. The most important thing she said was " What we do need is a whole spectrum of change, a more reflective culture that taps into our humanness matters, a culture that is centered around the community, to be able to join movements that are actively and collectively generating hope for future generations.
    3. I think that the leaders of developed countries should hear this because they are handling global politics. They can unite the culture of various nations by sharing with each other and perfect the world for the future generation to make the world a better place.

  • British Council.jpg quirky_sheep | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    19 Oct 2021

    I have listened to Mr. Hernán Payaguaje carefully.

    In my opinion, The most IMPORTANT thing he said was,
    "As neglected by the government & excluded from the society, we did not have knowledge about the technology & could not cope up with the world. But as we understand the significance of technological advancement now, we are moving forward to technological advancement in the daily aspects of our life".

    I think all the indigenous people in the third world countries should hear this message & get motivated to change their perspectives & views to technological advancement & enhance their lifestyle to work together in protecting their identity, culture & dignity as proud members of indigenous community.

  • British Council.jpg busy_studio | Rimal Prep Girls School C | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    19 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Dhruti .
    2. The most important thing she said was
    how to we convince the major industrialised nations to give up their profits to save the world from the climate crisis. She said they should start from the smallest things until it comes a usual thing to be a friend to the environment.
    3. I think the owner of factories and industrial people should listen to her advice and follow her to be part of the solution not of the problem.

  • British Council.jpg active_raisin | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    19 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to shaama sandooya
    2 The most important thing she said was how climate change is already troubling the people of her island
    3 I think every world leader should listen to this and realise that if initiative is not taken, we in our lifetime might see the drastic changes in the climate and face it's consequences

  • British Council.jpg logical_raisin | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    19 Oct 2021

    1.I listened to Dhruti Chakravarthi as well.
    2.I think the most important thing she said is building a bridge between the parents and the children.
    3.I think that every parents and teachers should listen to this message because children are the seeds of society and if we grow them well, we can guarantee a better life. The parents and the teachers are the ones who are in charge of ensuring them a better future. The role of their parents and teachers is not only to help them pass in exams, they should also help them succeed in life.

  • British Council.jpg trustworthy_planet | Lake Bank Pioneer Preparatory | Tunisia
    19 Oct 2021

    I listened to Mr. Al Gore. I think the world leaders should also listen to him. He explains to us so well that our mother nature is the responsibility of all of us, and that life and greenery are more important than money and barrels of oil, which can't be eaten and can't make tomorrow's world a better world. , healthier and greener.

  • British Council.jpg adaptable_memory | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    19 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Al Gore.

    2. The most important thing they said was, "The United States’ landfills, chemical plants, and big factories were often unfairly located near Black communities, polluting them in ways that more affluent white communities didn’t experience.

    3. I think everyone should listen to this message, specially the BLACK PEOPLE and the GOVERNMENTS/ POLITICAL LEADERS because the above quote speaks about how drastic and rapid racism is happening everywhere that some counties didn't even hesitate to risk the innocent lives of black people by placing most of the infrastructures which causes more pollution nearby their living places and I believe everyone would be able to be aware about how these cruel things are happening and take necessary steps to stop both racism and climate crisis.

  • British Council.jpg freespirited_armadillo | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    19 Oct 2021

    1.I listened to Al Gore
    2.The most important thing he said was "The burden should not be only on you as a consumer, but on business to make more products that are sustainable and reduce their fossil fuel emissions".
    3.I think all the authoritative leaders working for climate crisis should hear this so that they can be more conscious about choosing the right products for the country.

  • British Council.jpg logical_raisin | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    19 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Al Gore too.
    2. The most important thing he said was that we can be a changemaker by using our voices, our votes, and our choices.
    3. I think the general people like us should hear this message, so that, we become more conscious about this fact and raise our voices, protest, and encourage each other to do so when we see the environment is being polluted or destroyed by someone or a community.

  • British Council.jpg free_river | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    19 Oct 2021

    I listened to Hernán Payaguaje .The most important thing he said is that minority people live closure to the nature and a bonding is created between them but the matter of fact is they are the most sufferer in the case of climate crisis and they are loosing their home ,culture when they have no fault in it and their is no one to listen them.
    I think all general people along with their country leaders should hear this message because they have to know about their sufferings and come forward for helping them.

  • British Council.jpg content_lute | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    19 Oct 2021

    1) I listened to Al Gore.
    2) The most important thing he said, according to me, was
    "That image of the small ‘blue marble’ we call home opened so many people’s eyes to how fragile our planet is and inspired millions to want to protect it."
    3) I think everyone should listen to this message so that they can realize the importance of our mother earth. There is a lot we can learn about our planet and a lot we can do to protect it. Instead of searching for new habitation, we should focus on saving our present shelter, EARTH.

  • British Council.jpg alert_newspaper | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    19 Oct 2021

    I listened to Al Gore

    The most interesting thing i found from his answer was "That image of the small ‘blue marble’ we call home opened so many people’s eyes to how fragile our planet is and inspired millions to want to protect it."

    I think all people of the world should know this so that each of them may come forward and work unitedly to save our beautiful abode..

    1. British Council.jpg admirable_knowledge | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      alert_newspaper's comment 19 Oct 2021

      I will direct this message to the presidents and the elderly, the presidents will alert the members of their communities because they are their role models, and the members of the communities, especially the elderly, will work to educate children and advise them to protect the environment to control the climate and not be overcome by the climate because they are very important for the future, they are role models for the future and future generations.

  • British Council.jpg cherished_moon | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    19 Oct 2021

    I listened to Hernan payaguaje and Shaama sandooyea.

    The most important thing I learnt from Hernan Payaguaje was the connection of mother nature and humans, and Shaama Sandooyea herself is an inspiration for the rest of the world.

    I think everybody should hear their messages because from Hernan Payaguaje's answer, people can really feel the strong connection between mother earth and us; and Shaama Sandooyea's message is what we need to turn that heartfelt connection into an inspiration to take steps and save "OUR PRECIOUS EARTH".

  • British Council.jpg secure_idea | Lake Bank Pioneer Preparatory | Tunisia
    19 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Shaama Sandooya, the world's first underwater climate activist.
    2. The most important thing she expressed was that how we can inform children about climate change and raise their awareness about its impact on them, and I knew that they could stand against it and exclaim themselves.
    3. I want to direct her speech to every adult because children are the future leaders of this world and their parents are the ones who are in charge of making a better future for them and for the coming generations.

  • British Council.jpg placid_guitar | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    19 Oct 2021

    I listened to
    Al-Gore
    The most important thing I like his reflection of optimism on climate change. His new thinking on the climate crisis. He said what we are doing to our world is a nightmare, and that the consequences we are seeing are quite scary, But still he is hopeful and I myself need to hear his words and have the same feeling as well as my call to all Palestinians not to be pessimist and still there always be a hope.

    1. katie.jpg Katie @ Topical Talk
      placid_guitar's comment 20 Oct 2021

      Thank you for joining the conversation, miraculous_snow. Very well-explained.

  • British Council.jpg supportive_literature | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    19 Oct 2021

    Step1:I listened to Al Gore ,The most important thing he said was the important of the teacher in the issue of climate change .No one can deny the message of the teachers round the world. And on this stage i will give big greetings and all my prayers to the Palestinian teachers to be proud of themselves when they hear his words as a second step.

  • British Council.jpg jubilant_turtle | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    19 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Shaama Sandooyea
    2. I think that the most important thing she said is that change and raising awareness about environment, oceans and climate begin with children at home because once people grow up it isn't an easy task to change their perspectives.
    3. From my point of view. parents and teachers around the world should hear her messege and equip themselves with the necessary knowledge to raise a generation that knows and cares. There is this saying that I know which agrees with Shaama" Early start, grow smart".

  • British Council.jpg smart_glacier | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    19 Oct 2021

    I have listened to dgruti
    The most important thing he said is that our children suffer from stress and every child should have their own playing ground and express themselves
    This means that we have to intensify the work of specialists and activators and take advantage of children's skills development centers by providing the characteristic of creativity with capabilities and capabilities and directing children's activity in a correct and studied manner

  • British Council.jpg positive_bilberry | Barishal Cadet College | Bangladesh
    20 Oct 2021

    Step- 1: I listened to Dhruti Chakravarty. Step- 2:The most important thing she said is to build a smooth connection between parents and children. As we know that in modern time, connection between children and parents have become more mechanical and they don't have the amount of interaction they nedd to have between them. A bridge is needed to be built between them. I think all the teachers and head of educational institutions should hear it as they have the scope to connect with both parents and children.

  • British Council.jpg friendly_orange | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    20 Oct 2021

    I listened to Dhurti Chakravarthi

    The most important thing she said was that we shouldn't convince the major industrial nations to give up there profits to save the world from the climate crisis, it's just people have to be responsible for there actions.

    I think that we as people who put the blame on big companies and governments that
    Should hear her message because we are all in this, this our world, we all must stop being greedy and selfish and to think about the future of our planet and follow the policies and facts imposed to live on a safe and healthy planet.

  • British Council.jpg inspired_artist | Barishal Cadet College | Bangladesh
    20 Oct 2021

    I listened to Shaama Sandooyea.
    The most important thing she said that "We had the knowledge now."That is now we're more aware than ever about the effects of climate change so what is holding us back from saving our mother.
    I want to direct her speech to all the youngsters because we must use our predecessors' knowledge and make a better future for us, our family, and our mother earth.

  • British Council.jpg emotional_significance | Barishal Cadet College | Bangladesh
    20 Oct 2021

    1.I listened to Al Gore.
    2.The most important thing I learnt from him was "Green power solutions such as clean energy and sustainable products can be much easier for communities to access than power from fossil fuels."
    3.I think that the political leaders and policy makers of less developed countries should hear this message because
    although renewable resources are initially expensive to install, renewable energy is generally cheap to use such as sources like solar and wind can produce energy “for free” for the duration of the panel or turbine’s life where fossil fuels build up constant costs because they have to be found, extracted, and transported to power plants to be used.Besides,the clean and sustainable energy are eco-friendly,as a result the climate is less likely to get affected.

  • British Council.jpg diplomatic_eel | Barishal Cadet College | Bangladesh
    20 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Dhruti Chakravarthi .
    2.The most important thing she said was how women can contribute to slow down climate change .
    3. I think policy makers and women all across the world should hear this massage so that on one hand, it would slow down the pace of climate change and on the other hand, it would also work for ensuring gender equality as it is still a big issue in some countries like us.

  • British Council.jpg witty_recipe | Barishal Cadet College | Bangladesh
    20 Oct 2021

    I listened to Dhruti Chakrabarty.
    The most important thing she said was to build a strong understanding connection between parents and children.
    I think all parents of Indian sub-continent should hear this because they don't have any friendly type relation with their children and for that many children lack behind for proper guidance as I experienced as a child of Indian sub-continent

  • British Council.jpg witty_recipe | Barishal Cadet College | Bangladesh
    20 Oct 2021

    1.I listened to Hernán Payaguaje .

    2.The most important thing he said is that minority people live closure to the nature and a bonding is created between them but the matter of fact is they are the most to suffer in the natural disasters. But they do not do any harm to nature ,but they have to suffer for our fault.

    3.I think the representatives of a particular area where minors live should hear this and he should take some initiatives to reduce pollution of that area and make some some rules which will help to improve the minors lifestyle.

  • British Council.jpg attentive_heart | Barishal Cadet College | Bangladesh
    20 Oct 2021

    1) I listened to Dhruti

    2)From my perspective the most important thing that she said was
    how and why being an observer at a climate-change summit and not contribute to the problem-solving process dose not bother her
    She said being an observer gave her insights about how the world's government bodies are working collectively towards the problem of climate change.

    3) I believe that the entire youth and everyone entering cop26 should hear this message because as being teenagers we all want to make changes, make decisions and in this process we often tend to ignore how important it is to be an observer, how being an observer we can identify the gaps in the system and within those gaps we can actually expand and build space for change which is strong, revolutionary and long lasting.

  • British Council.jpg shining_glockenspiel | Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya | India
    20 Oct 2021

    I listened to shaama sandooyea.The most important important thing, she said was WORKING WITH PEOPLE ,IT ALLOWS THINKING ILLUSTRATING ABOUT WHAT IS HAPPENING.WE ALSO CAN EXCHANGE EXPERIENCE.
    I think everyone should hear her message because Great ideas don't come from lone geniuses and
    Dividing the work lets you grow your skills.

  • British Council.jpg coherent_earth | Start-Rite Schools | Nigeria
    20 Oct 2021

    I listened to Al Gore and he used his political power and Economic power to create awareness towards climate change.
    The most important thing he said was "That image of the small ‘blue marble’ we call home opened so many people’s eyes to how fragile our planet is and inspired millions to want to protect it."
    We have to protect the earth in order to keep future generations safe from ozone depletion and other far dangerous effects of climate change.

  • British Council.jpg gutsy_wallaby | Sylhet Cadet College | Bangladesh
    20 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Al Gore.
    2. The most important thing they said was Dr.Bullard's work discovered that the United State's landfills, chemical plants and big factories were often unfairly located near Black communities polluting them in ways that more affluent White communities didn't experience. This is a form of systemic racism that wasn't well known before Dr.Bullard's groundbreaking work.
    3. I think that people who face racism should hear his message because by this they can have hope that some people are there to help them. From this, they can also get inspired to raise their voice for themselves.

  • British Council.jpg phenomenal_orange | Rajshahi Cadet College | Bangladesh
    20 Oct 2021

    I listened to Al Gore.

    The most important thing he said was regarding the transformation of truth to power and our role as a savior of nature.
    I think that each and every human being should hear their message because the condition of our nature is degrading day by day and at this stage we all need to be extra cautious about saving the natural elements.

  • British Council.jpg appreciative_pear | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    20 Oct 2021

    Step 1: I listened to Hernan Paya Gwaji. The most important thing I learned is that the climate change crisis is serious and must be resolved, and that indigenous peoples and developing countries have the right to participate in climate change discussions Step 2: This information must be heard World leaders and moderators of climate change conferences

  • British Council.jpg gutsy_wallaby | Sylhet Cadet College | Bangladesh
    20 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Shaama Sandooyea.
    2. The most important thing they said was "It's really frustrating because I want change so bad and to see my island good again...but we are really scared of what will happen. We are getting droughts during summer and flash floods during winter. I don't want my people not knowing what's going to happen tomorrow."
    3. I think that the people who aren't conscious about climate change should hear her message because there are some people living in our society who doesn't take climate change seriously. They should hear this and realize What we might face for hurting the planet we are living on.

  • British Council.jpg funny_recipe | Sylhet Cadet College | Bangladesh
    20 Oct 2021

    1.I listened to Al Gore

    2. The most important thing he said is that “They knew as early as the 1970s that oil, gas, and coal were harming our planet, but instead of sounding the alarm and rethinking their business plans, they tried to hide those impacts and make people believe that there wasn’t a problem.”

    3. I think the officials of the fossil fuel companies should listen to this because if the harms that are being done by the oil, gas and coal then the earth will no longer be able to remain a place where human beings and other living beings can exist safely.

    1. British Council.jpg eloquent_swan | Rimal Prep Girls School C | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      funny_recipe's comment 20 Oct 2021

      Very nice and critical note about Algore president. THANKS

  • British Council.jpg eloquent_swan | Rimal Prep Girls School C | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    20 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Shamma Sandooya .
    2. The most interesting thing she said was that she doesn't consider her feminist as a barrier and she gives a model in self trust for female in her society. Being a climate activist is a good example to be followed from people in her society.
    3. I belive women her in our society should listen to her great words .Our society needs Shamma sadooya example .She fights for women liberty.

  • British Council.jpg great_meaning | Rimal Prep Girls School C | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    20 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Hernan .
    2. The most important thing he said is how they work hard to preserve their cultures , heritage and homes in the face of a rapidly changing world. The indigenous people were to vanish but because of his hard work he could help the heritage to be known and respected in all over the world.
    3. I see that people every where should listen to him to appreciate the culture and traditions they live with and preserve it against the rapidly changing world.

  • British Council.jpg fiery_tennis | Rimal Prep Girls School C | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    20 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Al Gore.
    2. The most fantastic words he said are his humble words that he is a usual man and nt a genius. He works with very smart people , he learned from them .He is a humble man .He thanks the people and recognize their favour .He believes in team work.
    3. I think all leaders and presidents should listen to him and learn from his humble character. He cares for the climate change and works hard with the surrounding people.

    1. British Council.jpg illuminated_performance | Start-Rite Schools | Nigeria
      fiery_tennis's comment 20 Oct 2021

      I agree with you, he such an active man and anyone will be luck to be working with him.

  • British Council.jpg openhearted_explanation | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    20 Oct 2021

    I hear all. My opinion is that they need to show all information to all the world then they all would be able to save their world. If this does not happen the the life of earth is going on and with ihis we have to extinct .

  • British Council.jpg openhearted_explanation | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    20 Oct 2021

    Climate is in danger we need to help directly and indirectly we are helping ourselves as climate save earth anwe are save it is very seriou issue

  • British Council.jpg blessed_seagull | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    20 Oct 2021

    . The most important thing she said that there are many intergeneration pressure put on children of this generation.
    . In my opinion her message should be heard by all parents and teachers in the world in order to take care of their children and students

  • British Council.jpg blessed_seagull | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    20 Oct 2021

    but I thinks it's the responsibility of both parents . Just like a mother could let her child play in nature ,a father can make his child aquanted with the ongoing climate issue by showing his child the things which are responsible for this. Both the parents can tell their child about their times when the climatic conditions were much better it'll make the child think about it harder .

  • British Council.jpg openhearted_explanation | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    20 Oct 2021

    Industry is changing our cilmate and effecting badly. We need to change our industry method they produe less pollution and we save our envionment.

  • British Council.jpg blessed_seagull | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    20 Oct 2021

    I think the most important thing is building bridge between parents and children.
    I think this must be heard by teachers because their role is not only to help students to succeed in exams, it also to help them succeed in life, and this is of equal importance to me.

  • British Council.jpg openhearted_explanation | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    20 Oct 2021

    Scientist need to search the solutions of climate changes. We need to follow them

    1. British Council.jpg admirable_knowledge | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      openhearted_explanation's comment 20 Oct 2021

      I agree with you, but this message must be directed to scientists so that they work on making electronic devices and send them out into outer space and through them the climate conditions will be reached so that safety measures are taken before any danger occurs.

  • British Council.jpg blessed_seagull | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    20 Oct 2021

    I think this must be heard by teachers because their role is not only to help students to succeed in exams, it also to help them succeed in life, and this is of equal importance to me.

  • British Council.jpg blessed_seagull | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    20 Oct 2021

    only to help students to succeed in exams, it also to help them succeed in life, and this is of equal importance to me.

  • British Council.jpg openhearted_explanation | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    20 Oct 2021

    In my opinion parents and child relation is very important for climate chages. You say How? As child is friendly relationship with parents then child understand erverthimg which parent tell th3m as parents tell them about climates changes causes and also solution and role of every one . They play their role .

  • British Council.jpg openhearted_explanation | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    20 Oct 2021

    In pandora papers journalist use cartoons as a tool. And it is very necceary for every one to know about their governmwnt and also about thise who are tax theifer

  • British Council.jpg openhearted_explanation | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    20 Oct 2021

    COP26 is scheme through which they want to tell people about critical thinking

  • British Council.jpg openhearted_explanation | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    20 Oct 2021

    Every one has its own perspective and COP26 considera all perspective

  • British Council.jpg glad_camel | Islamabad Model School for Girls (VI-X), I-10/4 | Pakistan
    20 Oct 2021

    I listened to American vice-president Al Gore.
    The most important thing they said was that the image of the small ‘blue marble’ we call home opened so many people’s eyes to how fragile our planet is and inspired millions to want to protect it.
    I think that everyone should hear their message because this image allowed us to see how beautiful and fragile our planet is, which to this day reminds us of our duty to protect it. In this message, he has said that if our planet is fragile, then we want to protect it and this message also shows that how space exploration can also help us to protect climate thus the lives of peoples.

  • British Council.jpg blessed_seagull | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    20 Oct 2021

    World leaders becaue they have leading role .

  • British Council.jpg blessed_seagull | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    20 Oct 2021

    Journalist uses cartoon as a tool and i think that journalist need to open secrets of those tax thefier

  • British Council.jpg blessed_seagull | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    20 Oct 2021

    COP26 EFFECTED BY COVID 19 . IT also see all perspectives

  • British Council.jpg blessed_seagull | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    20 Oct 2021

    I learn from this game how i can solve problem critically and deciosin should be make by considering all options

  • British Council.jpg blessed_seagull | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    20 Oct 2021

    I learn fron vice president that everone need to be honest and think about your people which is your duty

  • British Council.jpg blessed_seagull | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    20 Oct 2021

    Dhuruti is say right but we have to need to see everthing in life as security

  • British Council.jpg blessed_seagull | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    20 Oct 2021

    I read hernan said that we need to more strong as cultural values to promote more all over world in remaining legsl and political boundries

  • Graveney-logo-250x250.jpg vibrant_literature | Graveney School | United Kingdom
    20 Oct 2021

    I listened to Dhukri Chakravarthi.
    The most important thing she said was that whether countries agree or not climate change is killing populations and species so it is not a matter of agreeing it's about what's best for the population and planet.
    I think everyone should hear this message as it affects every single one of us.

  • Graveney-logo-250x250.jpg adventurous_raccoon | Graveney School | United Kingdom
    20 Oct 2021

    I listened to Dhruti.
    for me the most important aspect of her videos was when she said that "we need diversity in change" because it made me wonder if there are any situations where diversity was a bad thing and if we only improve one aspect then the other would collapse. This statement is for people who do there part in there lives to decrease climate change and to remind them that the Earth in a carefully balanced scale which if unbalanced could lead to a 'day after tomorrow' situation (it's a film I highly recommend it) with I know is unrealistic but the evidence of climate change in increasingly damaging at a disastrous rate.

  • Graveney-logo-250x250.jpg openminded_vegetable | Graveney School | United Kingdom
    20 Oct 2021

    I listened to Al Gore. The most important thing that they said was to support the idea of capping carbon dioxide emissions, capping global warming pollution and to stop trading global warming pollution. I think that many presidents and prime ministers should here this message because China is currently the country producing the most carbon pollution as they are being told to produce many cheaply made things for the western world causing them to emit carbon pollution into the air and dramatically effect global warming.

  • British Council.jpg broadminded_independence | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    20 Oct 2021

    I listened to Hernán Payaguaje who is the founding member of the Ceibo Alliance.

    From my perspective, the most important thing he said was regarding the key to the success of uniting four groups in the Ceibo alliance. He said that firstly resource extraction industries, the government did not support them and even other representative federations took Ceibo Alliance as a threat. But their goal was to preserve the climate resources and ecosystems which unite themselves to develop solutions, overcome disagreements and join together successfully for fighting for the common cause to protect CLIMATE FROM DANGER and their own identity.

    I think that people working for the organizations like Ceibo Alliance and other representative federations should hear his message because, if we people work for one common cause; protecting climate rather than personal interest and UNITE OURSELVES TO DEVELOP SOLUTIONS by overcoming disagreements, I believe firmly that, we will be able to slow climate change and make this world a better place to abide in, which Ceibo Alliance under the leadership of Hernán Payaguaje has already proved.

  • British Council.jpg empathetic_thought | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    20 Oct 2021

    Hello Shaama Sandooyea,
    You said a wonderful sentence that changing adults is through actions, not words We in the Gaza Strip consume a huge amount of plastic bags in the shopping process and the residents throw them when they return home I want to ask you how I, as an individual, can persuade 2 million people in the Gaza Strip to use shopping bags and persuade sellers to give up plastic bags. Do you think that starting to change the ideas of decision-makers in Gaza to impose laws that protect the environment from the plastic bags scattered everywhere is more important first?
    And I think that my colleagues and I, if we ourselves and our families start to change using shopping bags, we will change our region and be the base of the pyramid to reach the top and decision-makers.

  • British Council.jpg pioneering_wilddog | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    20 Oct 2021

    The best sentences i have heard , was ( i dont know anything about being a genius ) and Mr al gore says it , in fact i choose it exactly because it is one of the most beautiful words i have ever heard , and i am not bored of hearing , and in the same time it's indicates humility and respect .
    You know !! Many of these who said it in their articles and speeches , but thay stopped at it , so we didn't see what they said in action , .
    Finally , i want to direct it to those who stopped at it , and we're satisfied with words , then we didn't see from them actions .

  • British Council.jpg objective_flower | Rimal Prep Girls School C | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    20 Oct 2021

    1.I listened to Druti Chakravarthy .
    2. The most important things she said is that she encourages women to go deeper in nature because women are not less than men so how can women be encouraged
    She also said that a relationship should be built between children and nature.
    3 I believe we should send her message to parents and teachers. Parents and teachers are in need for such a positive example like her .

  • British Council.jpg enchanted_turkey | School of Excellence Sector-23 Rohini | India
    20 Oct 2021

    I listened to Mr. Hernán Payaguaje.

    His answers were so well articulated and the statement that stayed with me is, 'world changes when consciousness changes' which in consideration is very difficult objective though the most important one.

    Activists and people working in the field of climate change need to hear him and that's because change is possible only when we dispel apathy surrounding the conversation, sensitize people about the adversities of people living on the order side of the globe and how to build the gap between the individual daily chorus and bigger challenges we face as a civilization.

  • British Council.jpg free_atom | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    20 Oct 2021

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  • British Council.jpg illuminated_performance | Start-Rite Schools | Nigeria
    20 Oct 2021

    I listened to Mr. Al Gore

    The most important thing I got from his beautifully said message is that if we are dedicated to this planet, we can help it because it's a matter of choice, the US government during Mr. Al Gore time as vice president knew that the oil and gas companies, through their smoke emission, were harming the ecosystem but instead of handling the problem, the pushed it away and while people like Al Gore where trying to save this fragile "blue marble" that we ALL live in, they didn't think is was a crisis, just another problem that will solve itself.

    All in all I believe that everyone should hear this, from children to even large business men all over the world, TO STOP THINK ABOUT THEMSELF AND TO THINK ABOUT THEIR EARTH, because this Earth is slowly dying and no of us even care. I would like to add by saying that on of my favorite songs in EARTH by Lil Dicky and the motion of the song is to show people what the Earth has to motivate us to help it. That could be us.
    OUR EARTH 4 LIFE

  • British Council.jpg free_atom | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    20 Oct 2021

    As this message should be addressed to the heads of state, and with regard to Shamma, the President of India and all the presidents should unite against climate change in order to contribute to change in conditions and facilitate life on this earth
    Where, as she says, everyone should hear what Shama said, as a report issued by the International Committee on Climate Change at the United Nations confirmed that humans are the "main cause" of 95 percent of global warming, since the fifties.
    That is, this indicates that everyone in society has an impact on the climate
    Where factories in other countries harm the climate, especially the city of Brazil, because it is the lung of the world, where productive industries are carried out and cut down trees. If this continues, it will not only destroy Brazil or India, but will destroy the entire world.
    So presidents must make the necessary requirements for climate change
    So that people can live in stability and tranquility without fear of the effects and outcomes of climate change
    Hope this was helpful
    You took the time to read my comment.💖

  • British Council.jpg free_atom | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    20 Oct 2021

    Can you arrange what I said well

  • British Council.jpg free_atom | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    20 Oct 2021

    Have you read well what is required of this competition?

  • British Council.jpg free_atom | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    20 Oct 2021

    I hope you are not in a hurry again to reply in
    Again, try to slow down and wait until you respond
    You can win Read what's required of this competition again

  • British Council.jpg free_atom | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    20 Oct 2021

    excellent .
    You have benefited greatly from what you have said, you have inspired me with ideas
    New
    I wish you all the best . I hope you keep going forward
    I hope there will be other competitions, but anyway, tomorrow will be the last day to compete
    I hope you come up with new ideas before the time runs out.

  • British Council.jpg free_atom | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    20 Oct 2021

    Try to read what is required of this competition again.
    Maybe I messed up writing your comment and it was in another plac

  • British Council.jpg free_atom | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    20 Oct 2021

    I think your answer is very similar to your colleague's answer
    I advise you to come up with new ideas so that you can win

  • British Council.jpg free_atom | Rafah Prep (B) Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    20 Oct 2021

    correct .
    Where this message can be presented to ministers, presidents, organizations, ministries and centers
    Of importance to society....... and other places and high centers

  • British Council.jpg peaceful_philosophy | Government Secondary School Jiwa |Nigeria
    21 Oct 2021

    I listened to Al Gore
    The most important thing he said was...informing the world of the dangers posed by climate change
    I think the people that should listen to these are head of governments, politicians and law makers because they make and execute the law to change their energy priority and option to save our world

  • British Council.jpg proactive_politics | Mymensingh Girls Cadet College | Bangladesh
    21 Oct 2021

    I listened to Druti Chakravarthi
    The most important thing she said was about how every child deserves a playground and exhibited it as the right of children
    I think the people who are in charge of the infrastructural works and plannings of a city or urban areas should hear this so that they do not cover up the playground spaces to make giant buildings.

  • British Council.jpg focused_expression | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    21 Oct 2021

    i read i think decision of placing is very difficult . because of different option which is best for me.

  • British Council.jpg focused_expression | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    21 Oct 2021

    emotional value maks difficult to make decisions in crisis

  • British Council.jpg focused_expression | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    21 Oct 2021

    this is very good story and effected by covid 19 and least no of seats

  • British Council.jpg focused_expression | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    21 Oct 2021

    we learn critical thinking values from this game

  • British Council.jpg focused_expression | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    21 Oct 2021

    journalists need to exposed bed secrets

  • British Council.jpg plucky_engineer | Pabna Cadet College | Bangladesh
    21 Oct 2021

    I listened to Shaama Sadooyea.
    The most important thing she said was: People are fixated on their own principles so firmly that they think are doing the right thing without even taking a minute to judge themselves.
    I think the adult community of our society should listen to this, just as Shaama directed it to them, so that they have a stark realization about the effects of climate change and learn more about the problem to avert the crisis.

  • British Council.jpg confident_snake | Mymensingh Girls Cadet College | Bangladesh
    21 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Hernan Payaguaje.

    2. The most important thing that he said was that silence is never a solution even when we are helpless and panicking, we should always be ready to fight back when it comes to our mother earth.

    3. I believe that their message should be heard by people from all walks of life in the world, and that's because climate change is the result of the actions of all people in the world and the sufferers are also these people themselves. so, if we want to make a change and save our mother earth then we need to work collectively in stead of individually. when all of us will be aware and work together to fight against climate change, only then we can actually do something for the betterment of our mother earth and prevent climate change.

  • British Council.jpg focused_expression | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    21 Oct 2021

    we learn critical thinking values from this game

  • British Council.jpg focused_expression | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    21 Oct 2021

    His answers were so well articulated and the statement that stayed with me is, 'world changes when consciousness changes' which in consideration is very difficult objective though the most important one.

  • British Council.jpg focused_expression | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    21 Oct 2021

    His answers were so well articulated and the statement that stayed with me is, 'world changes when consciousness changes' which in consideration is very difficult objective though the most important one.

  • British Council.jpg focused_expression | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    21 Oct 2021

    His answers were so well articulated and the statement that stayed with me is, 'world changes when consciousness changes' which in consideration is very difficult objective though the most important one.

  • British Council.jpg focused_expression | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    21 Oct 2021

    His answers were so well articulated and the statement that stayed with me is, 'world changes when consciousness changes' which in consideration is very difficult objective though the most important one.

  • British Council.jpg polite_singer | Tarun Madhyamik Vidyalaya | Nepal
    21 Oct 2021

    I listened to Druti Chakravarthy.
    In my learning the most important thing she said was to build a connection/bond between children and nature.
    I think this most be heard by every parents ,children as well as leaders of country cause in the name of technology and modernization we children have forgotten the importance of nature which made our world limit in gadgets.

  • British Council.jpg tolerant_papaya | Rajshahi Cadet College | Bangladesh
    21 Oct 2021

    I listened to Al Gore . the most important thing seems to me is 'As early as the 1970s that oil, gas, and coal were harming our planet, but instead of sounding the alarm and rethinking their business plans, they tried to hide those impacts and make people believe that there wasn’t a problem.' Really it is a very shocking reality. and i think the world leaders and the owners of world's most flourishing companies should listen to them for renovation of the thought.

  • British Council.jpg focused_expression | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    21 Oct 2021

    coronavirus pandemic, heads of state, diplomats, business leaders, campaigners and journalist

  • British Council.jpg focused_expression | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    21 Oct 2021

    fires, disasters and foreign pressure have prompted him to change course.

  • British Council.jpg industrious_koala | Rajshahi Cadet College | Bangladesh
    21 Oct 2021

    I listned to Shaama Sandooyea regarding a question for children.
    Listening her answer I learned that, we can expand children's imagination in this regard by getting them in touch with the ocean and marine life, experiencing them that this is a totally different world than we see outside. We also can make more conversation about the ocean and make them feel interested about it so that they themselves research and find out the stuffs. We should fuel their thinking by doing such with care and passion. Most importantly we should take the children more seriously as they are the future of this planet, tell them how our beautiful earth is getting destroyed and make them feel the emotion of it.

  • British Council.jpg genial_wilddog | Pabna Cadet College | Bangladesh
    21 Oct 2021

    I listened to Al Gore
    The most important thing he said was that the leaders intentionally provoking the people for achieving extra benefit which is leading the world climate to a great change
    the provokars should think that what they are doing for a temporary gain is leading their offsprings to extinct.
    so they should listen to Mr. gore and instead of provoking the should stop and prevent people from using fossil fuels which is increasing co2 in atmosphere .

  • British Council.jpg free_river | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    21 Oct 2021

    I listened Sir Al Gore
    The most important thing he said was 'Satellites can track pollution and we can know how to reduce it'
    And to me the engineers and the officials of NASA should hear this because they can track down the upcoming disasters in hilly areas and inform them. Also they can give them the knowledge related to this and prepare for future.

  • British Council.jpg tidy_moon | Rangpur Cadet College | Bangladesh
    21 Oct 2021

    I listened to Al Gore.

    All of his words were so intellective but this sentence blew my mind- "You can be a changemaker on this issue!"

    I think anyone from any background can listen to this sentence from Al Gore because if anyone raises his/her voice- many would join him/her, as we all saw in case of Greta Thunberg.

  • British Council.jpg philosophical_weasel | Rajshahi Cadet College | Bangladesh
    21 Oct 2021

    I listened to Dhruti Chakravarthi's answers .

    The most important thing she said is that no matter what religion we believe in, no matter what country we live in, we cannot disagree that our planet is dying.

    I think that the activists who spread false propaganda about climate change should hear these words. They come up with various made up theories about global warming and try to deceive the general people. They need to understand that we all live in this planet. This is our mother planet. To save this home, we need to come forward together instead of misleading the people.

  • British Council.jpg champion_plantain | Rajshahi Cadet College | Bangladesh
    21 Oct 2021

    I listened to Dhruti Chakravarthy
    The most important thing that i learned that we should bring a whole spectrum of change in culture and develop a culture that is more community centered, and join various activity which will bring hope for the future generation.

    I think all the people of the world should hear it because as she said " Together we are stronger."

  • British Council.jpg fabulous_radio | Rajshahi Cadet College | Bangladesh
    21 Oct 2021

    I listened to Al Gore.
    The most important thing they said was to live a carbon-neutral life.
    I think the teachers and leaders should hear this because a lot of people are not aware of this term or the significance of this concept. They do not know how their simple carbon emissions are gradually taking a huge form. Teachers and Leaders are the ones who interact and conversate with people of all ages. They have the opportunity to inform them about this matter and help raise awareness about this issue so that everyone can take the necessary steps to live a carbon-neutral life.

  • British Council.jpg resplendent_seahorse | Rajshahi Cadet College | Bangladesh
    21 Oct 2021

    I listened to Dhruti Chakravarthy and I think the most important thing she said was every toddler deserves a playing field. There they will play, jump or anything regarding their physical activities. These will contribute to the cognitive, physical, social, and emotional well-being of the youths. It will also offer an ideal opportunity for parents to engage fully with their children. So we all (parents ,guardians & teachers) should help them to make sure kids can run and play in our community

  • British Council.jpg practical_mandarin | Rangpur Cadet College | Bangladesh
    21 Oct 2021

    I listened to Dhruti Chakravarthi .
    The most important thing they said was about building a interconnection between the children and mother nature.
    I think that this should be heard by the teachers because they are the architect of bright future of the students. Besides the parents should also be concern regarding this. With both of their efforts we can assure them a better life.

  • British Council.jpg composed_goat | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    21 Oct 2021

    like what Shaama sandooyea said that our generation will be more ecosystem conscious one day we will be part of the ocean like her. I

  • British Council.jpg composed_goat | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    21 Oct 2021

    like what Shaama sandooyea said that our generation will be more ecosystem conscious one day we will be part of the ocean like her. I

  • British Council.jpg sympathetic_analysis | Rajshahi Cadet College | Bangladesh
    21 Oct 2021

    Listened to Al Gore .
    The most important thing he said was the comprehensive presentation of the actual situation of our mother earth and how it will be in the future . And also the fact that a great leader like him is coming forward against all odds also motivate many people as well as myself.
    I think that the people who are having skepticism on climate change should hear their message because his speech and presentation was from the neutral perspective and understandable. So people can come out of their false believe and work together for our planet earth .

  • British Council.jpg alert_eel | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    21 Oct 2021

    1. I listened to Dhruti Chakravarthi.

    2.The most important thing she said that we ought to persuade industrialized nations to surrender their benefits and acquires in return for shielding the world from environmental change.

    3. I think industrialists, manufacturer, producer should hear this and act accordingly for the natural benefits.

  • British Council.jpg adaptable_memory | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    21 Oct 2021

    I've listened to Hernán Payaguaje, the founding member of the Ceibo Alliance.

    And the most important thing he said was,
    "WE FORMED THE CEIBO ALLIANCE IN A COMMON AND CLEAR GOAL WHICH IS TO CONFRONT PRESSURES FROM GOVERNMENTS, RESOURCE EXTRACTION INDUSTRIES & THE TRAMPING OF OUR RIGHTS AS MINORITY INDIGENOUS PEOPLE ALONG WITH WHICH, WE RECOGNIZE THAT UNITING OUR PEOPLE GAVE US A BETTER OPPORTUNITY TO THINK CREATIVELY IN FINDING BETTER SOLUTIONS IN OUR RESISTANCE AGAINST THE FORCES WHICH TRIES TO DESTROY OUR LANDS AND CULTURES".

    Well, I believe, this message illustrates the sufferings of the indigenous people, their struggles, and aspirations to get the proper rights and opportunities that they deserve. They held on to their own roots instead of going to cities in search of a better lifestyle. they formed a resistance against the one who tried to destroy their land and culture. Thus, they reached the absolute solution of creating an alliance consisting of 4 groups which gave them better opportunities. which is a great example for every member of every indigenous community and I think,

    EVERY PEOPLE OF INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES THROUGHOUT THE WORLD SHOULD HEAR THIS and get motivated to hold on to their roots and fight for what they deserve and protect what they have. I believe this message will help them all to be aware of their rights and protect what they have with everything they have.

  • British Council.jpg receptive_market | Barishal Cadet College | Bangladesh
    21 Oct 2021

    I listened to what Mr. Al Gore had to say.

    And I believe that the most important thing he said was that our every actions can possibly save the planet. When people are expressing doubts about the expense on space exploration rather than saving own planet, he took a different perspective and showed that space exploration can also work to help climate crisis. Therefore, rather than expressing doubts, we should work on and find out how we can help our planet in every possible way.

    I think the young generation should hear this message because what Mr. Al Gore said could inspire this future leaders to love and work on to minimize the damage of climate change and thus save the planet.

  • British Council.jpg composed_goat | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    21 Oct 2021

    protect and restore ecosystems. build defences, warning systems and resilient infrastructure and agriculture to avoid loss of homes, livelihoods and even lives.

  • British Council.jpg composed_goat | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    21 Oct 2021

    The climate crisis is having a devastating impact on the world, and is leading to severe consequences for current and future generations of children, and their rights.

  • British Council.jpg forgiving_photograph | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    21 Oct 2021

    presidents should listen to it, because at the present time, some officials are only interested in themselves and seek only their interests, even if it is at the expense of the destruction of their country. The most successful countries in the world.

  • British Council.jpg forgiving_photograph | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    21 Oct 2021

    Hello Shaama Sandooyea,
    You said a wonderful sentence that changing adults is through actions

  • British Council.jpg forgiving_photograph | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    21 Oct 2021

    From my perspective, the most important thing he said was regarding the key to the success of uniting four groups in the Ceibo alliance.

  • British Council.jpg forgiving_photograph | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    21 Oct 2021

    for me the most important aspect of her videos was when she said that "we need diversity in change" because it made me wonder if there are any situations where diversity was a bad thing and if we only improve one aspect then the other would collapse.

  • British Council.jpg broadminded_independence | Faujdarhat Cadet College | Bangladesh
    21 Oct 2021

    I listened to Al Gore, the former American Vice President.
    In my point of view, the most important thing he said was about the government making myopic investments in technology that is bad for the environment, were hiding those impacts of climate change and making people believe that there wasn’t a problem but later realized that it was a problem when they started seeing the impacts of the climate change and became sufferer due to it in the first-hand.
    I think that the government of many countries should listen to his message because its high time to start thinking about the climate crisis and develop farsighted solutions regarding the climate crisis and global warming because climate change affects every corner of our planet whereas governments, companies, and communities should come together to act against it. We can still escape the worst impacts of climate change and build a safer future for all.

  • British Council.jpg industrious_boysenberry | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    21 Oct 2021

    I think the people who should be channeling this information are the leaders, because they can hire scientists who can test the materials that are made, are they sustainable

  • British Council.jpg industrious_boysenberry | Government girls elementary school sarki mankera bhakkar | Pakistan
    21 Oct 2021

    In my point of view, the most important thing he said was about the government making myopic investments in technology that is bad for the environment,

  • British Council.jpg fearless_ostrich | Islamabad Model School for Girls (VI-X) G-11/1 | Pakistan
    21 Oct 2021

    I am listening to Al Gore
    He said very important thing
    Pollution .
    Because Dirty air is becoming more and more and people are suffering from many diseases and the reasons for this are that due to overcrowding, overcrowding and overcrowding, traffic jams occur and they are washed away.And people are cutting down trees and their numbers are decreasing and the air is getting dirty and people are drinking dirty water and because of that pollution There is more and more people who throw garbage in the sea also spreads dirt and also harms animals and humans and birds and I would like all of us to support you and give. Yes, and we will support you pollution I will be able to reduce

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