Yugratna was the youngest ever to address the United Nations General Assembly at the climate change in New
York in 2009, when she was 13-year-old.
Speaking to TOI, Yugratna said, "We will be framing a statement for G7 Summit, on behalf of young generation
which focuses on maintaining the two degree climate goal and putting off the use of fossil fuels.'' She will also be
working closely with representatives from Yale University 'Tree Study'.
She has served as representative of Asia and the Pacific region in the Junior Board of United Nations
Environment Programme (UNEP) from 2009-10 and is currently a representative in Global Youth Board of plantfor-
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