Meet the founder
Hi! I’m Siddhant Sinha.
Through SUN Foundation, I aim to create a network of change-agents who will bring about a systemic shift in efforts to live in a sustainable manner through advocacy and renewables adoption as an effort to form a collective voice to mitigate the climate crisis and the effects of climate change.
I have also been actively involved in community service, founding Squash4Cause and the #DelhiWillBreathe campaign (that helped install air purifiers in the classrooms of over 3000 students). Squash4Cause, founded in 2016, facilitates world-class coaching for squash and provides funding for tournament-related expenses for lesser privileged children.
I have spoken at various forums advocating sustainable living and the need for youth to be involved deeply in the battle against climate change and be proponents of youth advocacy, as a way to address youth anxiety due to the consequences of climate change, and authored articles as well on various topics related to climate change and sustainability, and made efforts to sensitize the youth on the causes and effects of climate change.
By encouraging adoption of renewable energy in schools and other institutions, we can make sustainable living a way of life for all of us.
I hope you’ve had a chance to look around on this website and found lots of reasons to go solar. I’d also like to invite you to join me in my journey of mobilizing a generation to become green solar school ambassadors by taking this pledge. This is a step towards catalysing youth advocacy for the environment and increasing youth resilience towards the climate emergency.
Thanks for dropping by. If you’re a student and have questions about SUN Foundation or just want to chat about climate change and how we can do our bit to address it, send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I look forward to connecting.
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