Severn Cullis-Suzuki is an outstanding role model for people across the world.
Severn Culllis-Suzuki was born on November 30, 1979, in Vancouver, British Columbia. She is a Canadian environmental activist and speaker. When she was six, she carried signs with her first protests on them on Bernard Avenue. In grade four, she established an organization, the ECO, Environmental Children’s organization, where the children would teach each other about the environment. At age twelve, she successfully landed in U.S.A and presented the Earth Summit a speech warning the world not to harm the environment. In 2002, she graduated from Yale with a B.S. in ecology. She is known by the name “The Girl Who Silenced The World for Five Minutes”.
Severn Cullis-Suzuki put together an organization, the ECO, and ran it with her companions over years to raise money for supporting environmental matters. I believe it is a very extraordinary accomplishment, for it is not just winning a trophy. In order to have a victorious organization, you must follow various rules and character traits. Putting together an organization is a lot of hard work because you need to sacrifice and be perseverant. It is very likely for most people to give up almost immediately facing such a big challenge. But Severn Suzuki took that challenge and showed perseverance and leadership. Secondly, it is difficult to get the organization working at the beginning. Everything starts off really messy and unorganized, but Severn Suzuki chose to be initiative and planned her activities very well. Most children do not care for anyone but themselves, but Severn Suzuki loved the environment and made an organization to prove it. It is just unbelievable how a nine year old can show so much passion and enthusiasm towards the way we are living.
Severn Suzuki was first introduced to publicity for her remarkable presentation given when she was twelve. She got the title” The Girl Who...