I am Sanjeet Yermal, an Indian travel blogger who follows the passion of traveling, blogging, storytelling and eating. On a daily basis, I attempt to share my discoveries of the world as seen through my eyes. I am currently pursuing Bachelors in Business Administration at Symbiosis Center For Management Studies, Nagpur. In my free time, I am a full time foodie and wildlife activist. I have volunteered with WWF (World Wildlife Fund), UN Environment, Clean Seas and Young Leader Plastic Challenge, and I am a member of JCI India. I have always been fascinated with adventurous activities, especially aquatic ones. Therefore, I believe wholeheartedly that the preservation of our seas and oceans is very important. And I try my best to protect them. I am very concerned about the marine organisms threatened by the rising sea temperature, ocean acidification, and many other problems pollution brings. I would want to keep my curiosity alive by protecting what I love the most–nature. And this is the exact reason that I have decided to join LIWC as a journalist. Education is not only present in schools, universities and libraries, but also present in the experiences and the moments we live. Joining this global organization, I also hope to learn and exchange information with my American peers. As Vicky Corona once said, life isn’t about the number of breaths you take. It’s the moment that takes your breath away.
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