2019 is an eventful year for Sweden’s green girl Greta Thunberg, according tomedia CNET. She recently had a video chat with British naturalist Sir David Attenborough about climate change. In a BBC programme on Monday, the famous TV presenter told the teenager that she had “raised the world’s concerns about climate change.” Thunberg, he added, “has achieved many of the goals that we have been working on for more than 20 years and have not achieved.” I thank you very much. “
Thunberg expressed admiration for Edenburg, saying his natural documentaries inspired her interest in the environment. The first time the two met was on Thunberg’s “Today” program. They had a video chat via Skype because they wanted to avoid the impact of flights on carbon emissions and exchanged views on climate and activism.
“We don’t want to spend time marching in the streets, but we have to do that. “It shows a lot of courage, ” Addenberg told Thunberg. This year, Attenborough narrated the Netflix nature documentary Our Planet, which focuses on the effects of climate change.
Thunberg, who began to make a global sensation in August 2018, also urged world leaders to take action on climate change. Earlier this month, Time magazine named Thunberg the youngest ever winner of The Person of the Year. The publication describes her as “the most persuasive voice on the most important issuefacing to Earth”.
Thunberg was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in March. She will star in a Hulu documentary next year. She even has her own huge mural in San Francisco.
But not all attention is commendable. Greta’s father, Svante Thunberg, who was part of the same BBC radio programme, said that while his daughter had become happier as a global activist, he was concerned about the hate speech she faced.
She has spoken about criticism on social media for her appearance, clothing and behaviour. Her father did say she handled the criticism “very well.”