These Brothers named Vihaan Agarwal (17) and his brother Nav Agarwal (14) have a mission to reduce waste pollution and plant more trees in their home city -- New Delhi.
Delhi is in the risk of pollution from almost a decade , but in the past few months, Delhi's air quality has degraded badly . The Air over there might not be good for health and can cause serious problems to lungs for the long term.
Delhi boys are doing the help which is very necessary.This comes at a time when the national capital is gasping for fresh air as AQI has dipped to 'poor' category due to increasing levels of pollution.
The Brothers Made a Project named One step further.One Step Greener, a project that started out in Delhi as a personal attempt to segregate recyclables, has now also expanded to Gurugram.
The initiative is about segregating recyclables and organising pickups for trash from thousands of homes.
Indian Nobel Peace laureate Kailash Satyarthi, a children's rights activist who won the 2014 Nobel jointly with Pakistani education campaigner Malala Yousafzai , presented the brothers with the prize run by the Dutch-based KidsRights foundation at a ceremony in The Hague.