“The Only Qualification you need for you to protect the planet is the fact that you live in it.” ~ Anita Soina

Irreversible Change

The worst impacts of climate change could be irreversible by 2030. In its 2018 special report on Global Warming of 1.5°C, the UN Intergov Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) warned that we only have twelve years to prevent the worst impacts of climate change.

More than 1 million species are at risk of extinction by climate change. Extinction is a natural phenomenon, claiming about five species per year. But some experts suggest we’re in the midst of the sixth mass extinction — one that is caused mostly by human activity


While addressing Climate Change, lack of political goodwill is one of the main challenges. With science giving information and giving recommendations on what we should do , young people and communities volunteering in conservation, we need political leaders to be environmentally conscious and join in the fight.

Tree Growing

Climate Education

Oceans/Marine Conservation

Kids Corner

Beating Plastic Pollution

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We are a movement of Environmental Warriors by Passion! With no educational background on environmental science and topics around the same, we have made it our duty to learn and educate ourselves on climate change issues, educate others and contribute to solutions. 

 We are spicy! we are warriors! we fight to conserve the environment.

  1. Igniting and participating in environmental conservation initiatives e.g tree planting to increase forest cover, clean up activities and community outreach. 
  1. Creating awareness Campaigns in our communities and through the social media and blogs and youth centric concerts and community engagement on the importance of environmental conservation and climate change mitigation. 
  1.  Identifying  young individuals and kids who are passionate about environmental conservation and have them mentored and nurtured through our program “SpiceWarriors Kids Corner”
  2. Engaging political leaders in conservation activities with an aim of bringing them on board and having them be more conscious about the environment. We also engage them to use their offices, power and influence to spearhead environmental and climate matters.