The Pakistani Miracle Boy Is The Youngest Oxford Published Author About Climate Change
Zidane Hamid born on 03 January 2010 is a child prodigy who belongs to Kashmir Pakistan. At the very early age of 4, he started visiting different Schools and events to Speak about different topics. He is Youngest Microsoft Office Specialist, Guinness World Record Holder in Chemistry, Youngest Sports Commentator (Guinness) & Youngest Author published by Oxford University.
He makes different kinds of videos for Facebook and YouTube to inspire people about education, saving the environment, and peace.
The most inspiring feature of this genius is that since the age of 3 and half, he started delivering lectures in fields on different topics of Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology, Geography, Geology, Astronomy, IT, History, Poetry, Religion, and different Social topics. Which makes him the youngest Speaker in the world.
Tobacco Free Pakistan is an idea and campaign when Zidane at age 7 to reach to masses and aware them hazards of tobacco on humans and their environment.
Zidane intends to spread it worldwide, considering charity begins at home he has started campaigns from home to the city. His campaign changed the lives of people around him. He is very hope full to bring a great change to society.
Zidane is contributing to environmental issues as well. He is working on the hottest environmental issues like Global Warming and climate change. He has taken upon himself the responsibility to create awareness of the most alarming challenge of global warming.
Confronting the planet. He is very conscious about climate change and authored a book related to the issues like global warming and harm to the planet earth. His book, Alerting Planet Earth is published by Oxford University Press.
He emphasizes the world to pay attention to issues like climate change, water crisis, biodiversity threats etc in his interviews. He demands through his lectures that Pakistan and other developing countries should adopt preventive policies instead of curing and mitigation policies to cope with the destructive effects of climate change.