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My full speech in United Nations General Assembly. New York 23 September 2019
Climate activist Greta Thunberg first heard about climate change when she was eight years old. She absorbed the solutions adults threw at her -- recycle paper, study the data, train to be a climate…
Film by Swedish activist and Guardian journalist George Monbiot says nature must be used to repair broken climate
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The climate activist answers questions from famous supporters and Observer readers, with an introduction by Ali Smith
One day last summer, aged 15, she skipped school, sat down outside the Swedish parliament – and inadvertently kicked off a global movement
On the eve of the announcement of the Nobel Peace Prize, which the 16 year old climate activist is expected to win, I reflect on the 24 hours she and her father spent with my family, and realise what…
They’re too young to vote, but schoolchildren across the globe are taking matters into their own hands
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