Elsie Gabriel

Giving The Earth A Voice

Elsie Gabriel, a freelance journalist, explores her way to build a better society for women.

It's a housewife to riches story!
It was a wake-up call for Elsie Gabriel in 2004 when the Mumbai floods devastated the Filter Pada Powai slums of Mumbai. Elsie Gabriel founded the Young Environmentalists Programme Trust and rose to become the mentor of Climate Reality Project India. Trained by the former Vice President of USA, Al Gore on Mass communications on Climate Change today, Elsie is a freelance journalist and started writing to create awareness about Climate change and pollution with a focus on plastic bags and its ills.

Elsie also started saving money and little by little she collected funds to finish her Environmental law and Teachers training in Green Education. Today Elsie is an award-winning author of Get Out Get Going Outdoors - her book which bridges the gap between digital world and the indoors. Elsie believes that ecology is healing. Get outdoors. A certified deep sea diver underwater naturalist, Elsie started Grassroots movement because the Earth has no voice, she felt women could give Earth a voice.

The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now. Chinese Proverb

“I think women are foolish to pretend they are equal to men, they are far superior and always have been.” ― William Golding, Lord of the Flies

Women must gift other women. That's where Elsie built a community of women to move forward in the green living habits among residents. Against all odds, Elsie founded the Young Environmentalists Programme Trust and collected a handful of women to promote environmentalism.

Women must invest in themselves in order to fill others with love and emotions, you must be full. Now at 50 going through menopause, Elsie will not stop at learning new life experiences, we'll she's off to dive in the Bahamas do you want to join her?


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