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    Indian environmentalists T. Srinivasa Rao, 47, and R. Gnana-sekaran, 46, from New Delhi, are travelling on a Hyundai Tucson to spread the word on the dangers of global warming.They have gone around the world six times over the last two decades, each time on a different mission.
    This time, they will send a memorandum to the UN secretary-general Ban Ki-moon at New York after they complete their tour of the Asian region.

    Read the detail news below from The Star:

    ON MISSION FOR ENVIRONS

    They have gone around the world six times over the last two decades, each time on a different mission.

    This time, Indian environmentalists T. Srinivasa Rao, 47, and R. Gnana-sekaran, 46, from New Delhi, are travelling on a Hyundai Tucson to spread the word on the dangers of global warming.

    Srinivasa said that after covering 600,000 km around the world

    since 1986, they understand that saving the earth was an urgent matter.

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    Srinivasa (left) and Gnanasekaran checking a map beside the vehicle that they are using for their seventh world tour during their visit to Menara Star in Petaling Jaya recently.

    “If we don’t start playing our roles in preventing global warming, the earth will be a much hotter place 100 years from now,’’ added Srinivasa during an interview at Menara Star last week.

    Srinivasa, a father of two, said they normally met students at the places they stopped and gave talks on global warming and preserving the earth.

    The students are also told to write to their governments on the subject in the hope that the message would reach all the industrialised countries like the G8, he added

    Gnanasekaran added that if the G8 wanted to save the world, they should set up a fund to save forests because trees are the largest natural mechanism to remove carbon dioxide from the air.

    “We will send a memorandum to the UN secretary-general Ban Ki-moon at New York after we complete our tour of the Asian region,” he said.

    Srinivasa and Gnanasekaran’s first world tour back in 1986 was from New Delhi across six continents on bicycles, championing world peace and nuclear disarmament. Their other missions included saving the planet, saving Antarctica, environmental protection and saving the rainforests.

    “During one of our world tours, we almost lost our lives but we survived because we realised that we should never give up hope and must always think positively,” said Gnana-sekaran.

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