Goodnight from Davos. -15 and we’re sleeping in tents at the @ArcticBasecamp #wef pic.twitter.com/hUyGGKOJHs
— Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) January 23, 2019
Greta Thunberg the 16-year-old climate activist with Asberger has made the long train journey from Stockholm to Davos to speak to the worlds economic elite who are flying in by approximately 1500 private jets from all parts of the world for the yearly World Economic Forum. She is not shy to tell the participants straight to their face that she thinks they are to blame for climate change as they have made huge amounts of money from decisions on the cost of our planets environmental boundaries. Let us hope it gives them something to reflect upon.
I was given the opportunity to speak at a lunch in Davos today… On the panel was Bono, Christiana Figueres, Jane Goodall, https://t.co/0SsuJbW9SN and Kengo Sakurada. #wef pic.twitter.com/PpUwQwTotf
— Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) January 24, 2019
Today I have been invited to meet with Klaus Schwab and Christine Lagarde. Then I will speak to the @wef on “Preparing for climate disruption”.
At 11:15 I will hold a press conference at Icehouse, Promenade 93.
Then there will be a local Davos schoolstrike outside at 12. #wef19
— Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) January 25, 2019
While Greta is in Davos thousands of students in Brussel and the rest of the world are taking to the streets inspired by Greta and her #climatestrike building a #FridaysForFuture youth movement all over the world
For the third week in a row, more than 30,000 students took to the streets of Brussels demanding better protection of the world’s climate. pic.twitter.com/z4b0DJ4Nwe
— DW News (@dwnews) January 24, 2019
On the Scandinavian talk show, Skavlan, Greta openly talks about having Asberger and how she has turned this diagnosis into advantage after first experiencing depression. To people with Asberger, she explains the world is either black or white, there are not many nuances, and when it comes to being a climate change activist that has become a strength for her.
Wow, we’re drowning in reactions to our interview with @GretaThunberg! If you’re located outside Norway and Sweden and would like to see the interview, watch it on our YouTube channel (English subtitles): https://t.co/GkWJKdPbWO #GretaThunberg #climatechange #climatestrike
— SKAVLAN (@SKAVLANTVShow) January 22, 2019
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