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Little Lanarkshire eco-warrior who tells off strangers for dropping litter becomes famous in hometown

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A little Lanarkshire ‘eco-warrior’ tells people off for dropping rubbish and spends her free time litter-picking and rescuing animals.

Caylie McKenzie, seven, is well known in her home town of Kilsyth for her climate activism.The youngster has had a massive impact on the community, with locals now more cautious about littering as she often marches up to strangers to give them a row.The Lanarkshire Live app is available to download now.

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She never predicted Caylie would bloom into a full-on mini eco-warrior after demonstrating good habits as she grew up such as picking up litter, recycling, and caring for animals.Mum-of-four Cheryl has praised Eugenie’s approach in educating her son on the climate from a young age - because younger voices like Caylie’s “can make a big difference”.Cheryl, a school lunchtime supervisor, said: “More people should try and do what Eugenie is doing, one hundred per cent.“If more parents and schools promote the change for climate change, most kids would actually enjoy it and want to make a

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