#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...

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

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

  • 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. 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. 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??

  • 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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.

  • 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. 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.

  • 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. 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. 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.

  • 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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.

  • 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. 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. 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. 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.

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

    5. 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

  • 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. 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?

    2. 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. 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. 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."

  • 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. 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.

  • 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. 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.

  • 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. 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

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

    4. 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.

  • 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. 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. 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. 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.

  • 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.

  • 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. 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.

  • 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

  • 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. 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.

  • 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. 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

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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. - 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.

  • 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. 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.

  • 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.

    1. Yes, you are right climate affects everyone.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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. 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. - 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.

  • 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.

  • 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. 🙂😌☺️😊⭐

  • 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. 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. 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.

  • 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. 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.

  • 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. - 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.

  • 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. - 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. 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

  • 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.

  • 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. 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.

  • 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.

  • 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

  • *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.

  • 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

  • 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.

  • 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