Greta Thunberg, a 16-year-old Swedish environmental activist who appears to have recognized the significance of climate change at a young age, was born in Stockholm on January 3, 2003, to opera singer Malena Ernman and actor Svante Thunberg. In a very short period of time, Thunberg rose to prominence as the face of the expanding global youth movement opposing inaction on climate change.
Greta Thunberg began a school strike for the environment outside the Swedish Parliament in August 2018 next to a sign that read, “School Strike for Climate.”. She has since expanded internationally, connecting with young people frustrated by the slow progress in reducing climate change. She started the “Fridays For Future” protests when she was just 16 and inspired youths in dozens of nations to walk out of class.
In Stockholm, Helsinki, Brussels, and London, Thunberg has delivered speeches at climate conferences. She has also been to the UN COP24, where she spoke to the Secretary-General and delivered a speech that became well-known and was shared millions of times. She was given a guest spot at the World Economic Forum in Davos in January 2019, where her remarks once more had a major global impact.
At the UN Climate Change Summit in September 2019, Greta Thunberg gave a speech in which she charged that by failing to address greenhouse gas emissions, world leaders had betrayed her generation. Four times during her speech, she used the phrase “how dare you?” which had a powerful impact and got everyone’s attention.
The risk of “irreversible chain reactions beyond human control” was further increased, according to Thunberg, who detailed the various climate conservation solutions that were being overlooked. She continued by saying that during her conversations with leaders, she had been informed that the youth were being heard and that the urgency was understood.
Thunberg leads a low-carbon lifestyle; she is vegan and dislikes flying due to the carbon footprint it leaves. She has missed a year of school to focus on her campaign. The TIME magazine has named her as one of the most influential teens in the world. Also altering their way of life is Greta’s family.
Andrew Tate gets arrested while Greta laughs
Influencer and former kickboxer Andrew Tate, who gained notoriety for his Twitter spat with Greta Thunberg, has been detained on suspicion of rape, human trafficking, and organizing a criminal gang. You’ll be quite shocked to learn what revealed him. His whereabouts were revealed by a pizza box, which eventually resulted in his arrest. Let us tell you that the box was the focus of a video created in response to Greta’s vicious tweet against Tate. It appears that the 19-year-old is the one who got away with it.
Andrew Tate started the whole thing off by bragging in a sarcastic tweet about how many cars he owns and how much carbon dioxide they produce. I have 33 cars, hello @GretaThunberg. My Bugatti has a w16 8.0L quad turbo. 6.5L v12s are in both of my Ferrari 812 Competiziones. This is just the beginning. To receive a detailed list of my car collection and each vehicle’s enormous emissions, kindly provide your email address, the user tweeted.