Greta Thunberg

Environmental activists Attenborough and Greta Thunberg spoke together during a recent panel and had much in common, despite being 77 years apart.
The teenage activist argued that like gravity, climate change was a fact of life -- not something to have "views" on.
The 17-year-old climate change activist said the money she won with the Gulbenkian Prize for Humanity “will help me do more good in the world.”
“I feel like I have no choice but to pursue an education and career path that will arm me with the weapons I need to fight this ‘global war.’"
"Our actions can be the difference between life and death for many others," the teen climate activist said.
The teen activist stopped eating and talking during a frightening time before her passion emerged, according to her family's book.
The activist urged her supporters to "find new ways to create public awareness & advocate for change that don’t involve too big crowds."
Michelle Obama, Greta Thunberg, Emma Watson, Nancy Pelosi and many more shared what the day means to them.
The Heartland Institute is the think tank paying the far-right German teen known as the “Anti-Greta.”
Seibt, a darling of the climate science denial movement, said she is a "fan" of Stefan Molyneux, a racist vlogger who has endorsed white nationalism.