Greta Thunberg's 18 years: "The real gift? Help the planet"



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Greta Thunberg's 18 years: "The real gift? Help the planet"

Greta Thunberg turned 18-years-old and in an interview with the Sunday Times she granted a very interesting statements. She said that as a gift she would like more people around the world who are doing more to help the planet.

In the interview, among other things, she said: "I don't think having children is selfish, the problem is not the people but the way they behave. Regarding the famous environmentalists who then contribute to CO2 emissions.

I can to say that I don't want to tell anyone what to do. By now I only travel by boat. The only risk we run is not to be taken seriously in their battles if their behavior is not consistent. " Regarding the stress caused to her family and the death threats received, Greta said: "I feel guilty, especially since the death threats were not only against me but against my entire family.

I don't care what people say. than me but when it impacts the people around you it becomes something else. "

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Greta Thunberg is back to talk about the environmental crisis. In an interview she said that in fact his movement, being made up of people who do not take the plane to move, has not seen many changes: meetings, meetings and strikes have continued to take place virtually.

According Thunberg, therefore, it is time to turn to the facts after five years of inactivity and loopholes. Therefore, to set real goals with binding annual carbon dioxide budgets, starting now and not set goals for 2030 and 2050.

Thunberg admitted that the environmental situation is seen rather as a public issue or a political issue and not as an existential crisis. Greta continued to talk about the serious environmental situation, immediately after the 121st Friday for Future, leaving a tweet on the occasion of the fifth anniversary of the Paris Agreement.

Greta Thunberg is back to talk about the environmental crisis. In an interview she said that in fact his movement, being made up of people who do not take the plane to move, has not seen many changes: meetings, meetings and strikes have continued to take place virtually.

According Thunberg, therefore, it is time to turn to the facts after five years of inactivity and loopholes. Therefore, to set real goals with binding annual carbon dioxide budgets, starting now and not set goals for 2030 and 2050.

Thunberg admitted that the environmental situation is seen rather as a public issue or a political issue and not as an existential crisis. Greta continued to talk about the serious environmental situation, immediately after the 121st Friday for Future, leaving a tweet on the occasion of the fifth anniversary of the Paris Agreement.