In a hall at Windsor Castle, that once apparently held Shakespeare and Queen Elizabeth, the 1st, our young Roots & Shoots groups from around the globe met earlier this month to discuss how they can make their world a better place. We were very pleased to have Asha Mortel, one of our dedicated R&S NYLC members, represent JGIA at this special annual gathering. Asha told us: “Windsor was an amazing experience that allowed me to showcase the work that Roots & Shoots Australia is doing on a global stage. I got to meet some of the most inspirational young people from around the globe and learn about what they’re doing to help animals, people and the environment in their own countries.” At the gathering, not only do the youth representatives get to spend plenty of quality time with Dr Jane, but they also come home with a new network of likeminded friends. Thanks for being there on our behalf Asha and we can’t wait to see what you will do next!
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