After walking thousands of miles across Europe, Little Amal reached Glasgow, Scotland, on Tuesday (November 9) to raise awareness of the plight of refugee children on the front line of climate change.
She interacted with Storm, who is 10 meters tall and made entirely of recycled materials collected from washed up marine litter.
"We're here today with little Amal. Little Amal has walked from the border of Syria and Turkey and Gaziantep to Govan, the heart of Govan, to talk about the intersectionality of climate, the climate movement and migrant justice. She represents hundreds and thousands of displaced people, forcibly displaced people and she also represents the voices of people who have no voice in the climate movements," said Tracey Seaward from 'The Walk', the organization behind the puppet's journey.