On day three of the U.N. Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, Scotland, Swedish activist Greta Thunberg abruptly exited a panel discussion on the role of finance in protecting forests and supporting the rights of Indigenous peoples and local communities. Following a statement from Samuel A. Jinapor, a representative of the Ghanian Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources, Thunberg walked across the stage, shouting, "Thanks for greenwashing," before leaving the room.
By now you’ve probably heard of Greta Thunberg, a young activist at the forefront of the movement to address climate change. But where did she come from? Yahoo News explains how Thunberg went from skipping school for protests to being an international icon.
Since 2014, dozens of climate activist groups in the United States have joined to form what they call the People’s Climate Movement. Yahoo News explains how and why they came together and what they hope to accomplish in the fight against climate change.
The highly anticipated U.N. Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, Scotland, launched on Monday with leaders from around the world using their opening remarks to stress their commitment to taking significant steps to combat climate change. However, just outside the Scottish Event Campus, the venue hosting the official delegations, activists and protesters expressed doubt that COP26 will produce meaningful results.
At a rally in Glasgow, Scotland, activist Greta Thunberg criticized the leaders attending the U.N. Climate Change Conference, saying, “Change is not going to come from inside there. That is not leadership.”
What event could bring together Prince Charles, President Biden and Greta Thunberg? The climate change conference known as COP26, being held in Glasgow, Scotland. The U.N. climate summit, which will take place this November, is widely regarded as the planet’s last best chance at keeping global warming below the levels that scientists warn will have catastrophic consequences for life on earth. Yahoo News explains everything you need to know about COP26 before the proceedings kick off.
Greta Thunberg suggested that organisers may have been 'too scared' to invite her to the summit
COP26 will be held in Glasgow from the end of October – but it will doubtless mean widespread protests in the city and beyond.
During a Fridays for Future climate strike rally in Berlin on Friday, activist Greta Thunberg mocked the phrase “Build Back Better,” which is the title of President Biden’s economic agenda.
During a virtual press conference about a global climate strike on Sept. 24, environmental activist Greta Thunberg said the inaction of world leaders on climate change demonstrates “they do not care about the future — at least it doesn’t seem like it.”
The global climate change activist told a World Health Organization new conference on Monday that 'global problems' need 'global solutions'.
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The comedian was suspended from the platform after making an offensive joke about the teenage environmental activist.
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The Swedish activist said EU leaders needed to treat climate change as an 'emergency'.
The 16-year-old said the outbreak showed our lack of ability to change in the face of a crisis.
The Swedish climate activist says we must unite behind science to combat the pandemic.
The Swedish environmental campaigner accused the EU of 'empty words'.
The sticker appears to depict the Swedish teen climate activist being sexually assaulted.
Greta Thunberg arrived at Bristol Temple Meades station on Friday morning before addressing the Bristol Youth Strike 4 Climate march.
Avon and Somerset Police expect thousands of people to be at the Bristol Youth Strike 4 Climate on Friday to hear the 17-year-old climate activist speak.
The 72-year-old says Thunberg 'forced' into thinking the way she does
The actress was stumped when she was asked a question about the Swedish activist.
Meat Loaf doesn't believe in climate change and says, "I feel for that Greta."