Sushil Reddy is on a journey of the Golden Quadrilateral connecting Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, and Chennai, on an autorickshaw, with the aim to create awareness on the importance of green energy. Earlier this year, the United Nations made a startling revelation – we have only 11 years to prevent irresistible damage from climate change. This announcement has spurred governments to take stringent action against carbon emissions and has made a few individuals take up the responsibility as well. Sushil Reddy, an alumnus of IIT-Bombay is one among them, who is currently traversing the Golden Quadrilateral, connecting Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, and Mumbai. What’s interesting is that Sushil will cover the entire journey on a solar-powered autorickshaw to create awareness on the importance of clean energy. The 30-year-old green energy enthusiast began his journey on May 25 and aims to complete it on July 26. As of now, Sushil has crossed Delhi and competed 3,500 km. Sushil is also a Guinness World Record Holder for undertaking the longest journey on a solar-powered electric bicycle in 2016. During his tour, Sushil also spoke to citizens and explained to them how clean energy like solar...