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Can you tell us a little bit about yourself?

7 Year Old Aneeshwar Kunchala has developed a passion towards the natural world since he was 4. For the last 3 years, he became an inspirational role model for future generations by spreading his positive message to millions people around the world through his creativity of art, poetry, wildlife documentaries, public speaking and other social activities like litter pick and other activities. He raises awareness through love, passion and drives children and youth into conservation and sustainable living. His selfless voluntary service, commitment and love towards the natural world has allowed him to integrate more into the community. With his exemplary work and his positive impact on the local community, he has been invited to represent the UK in COP27 – Six ways to save the planet documentary and it was resourceful and well received by the world leaders across the world. He made it to the Britain’s Got talent finals and another : Got Talent – All stars through his poetry on climate change.

Aneeshwar’s selfless contributions to the natural world has been recognised internationally, Guinness Book World Record holder – Young Documentary Presenter, Global Child Prodigy award 2022 at Dubai, Young Scientific Explorer 2021, Blue Peter Gold Peter badge, British Young Citizen Award 2022 (BCyA) , Young Climate Change Leader – Points of the light award by UK Prime minister, British future role model – H&M Campaign and many others. 

His moto is ‘Save the animals and make sure the earth looks beautiful – because there is NO OTHER PLANET LIKE EARTH!’

Where can people follow your blog?

You can see more about what I do here;

Twitter: Aneeshwar_K




What made you start your blog?

I love animals, it’s very fascinating to discover the cool facts about them and I realised that every animal has its own special super power. When my teacher showed me the picture of a whale that died due to plastic pollution, I felt very sad. With the  help of my parents, I have started making
little documentaries to show the beauty of wildlife and that it’s very important to preserve biodiversity by saving the animals for a healthy planet. 

What are your thoughts on Climate Change?

I understand that the climate is changing and the planet is getting hotter and hotter due to greenhouse gases, pollution, deforestation and its time we make right choices by plant lots of trees, walking or cycling where possible, eating sustainably and stopping littering

Have you changed much about your lifestyle?

Yes, every little bit helps. I go to school by bicycle, we carry our own bags to supermarkets.

What sort of reactions do you get from people who come across this?

I feel very happy when people appreciate my work and that keeps me motivated. I feel lucky to have people around me who are kind and lovely.


What changes have you found the hardest to make and what have you done to overcome them?

Initially spreading the awareness was not reaching many people, but using social media and the platforms like Britain’s Got Talent, Business forums and conferences helped me to reach my message to millions of people. I am keen to spread my message with love and passion and that has helped and motivated many including my family. 

What is your biggest fear about the future?

If climate change is too strong, the animals, plants and ourselves will struggle to cope and many species will go extinct.

Who is your biggest inspiration?

Sir David Attenborough and Steve Backshall are my biggest inspiration. I love watching their documentaries and it’s very informative.

What is the one thing you would like people to take away from this?

Please Save the animals and make sure the earth looks beautiful

Do you have any advice for Appletree and Avalon?

Making small changes to our lifestyle by keeping the planet in mind , can make a huge difference to the planet. It’s great that you help people to find alternative solutions.

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Wow! How inspirational is Aneeshwar & only 7! I cannot wait to see what he does as he grows! How about you?

2 thoughts on “Bitesize blog – Thoughts from @ Aneeshwar Kunchala”

    • The family are conscious of their diet & eat lots of plant based foods. As Anneshwar is only 7 years old, the family are waiting for him to decide & support his decision should he wish to be when he is old enough.


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