Greta Thunberg’s “Chill, Donald, Chill!” tweet has garnered more than 1.2 million likes.
I Am Greta, is a biographical film directed by Nathan Grossman. The film follows Thunberg across 2018 and 2019, as she became known to the world.
JEE Mains will be conducted between September 1-6, while NEET (UG) will be held on September 13. Guidelines have been issued to ensure safety precautions.
The prize money of one million euros will be distributed to various organisations and climate projects, Greta Thunberg announced.
The 22-year-old, Malala, posted a photograph on Instagram of herself and Thunberg sitting on a bench in a friendly pose with the caption, “Thank you, #gretathunberg”, with a heart emoji.
“We had a few demands (coming into the World Economic Forum). Of course, these demands have been completely ignored. We expected nothing less,” said Greta Thunberg
Whether we like it or not, she’s here to stay, to play a vital role in international activism.
“Planting trees is good, of course, but it’s nowhere near enough, and it cannot replace real mitigation and rewilding nature. We don’t need to lower emissions….Emissions need to stop.”
You can adore them or slam them, but you certainly cannot ignore them. The year 2019 belonged to women and the youth, they literally owned it. Here’s a roundup.
From a young Greta Thunberg influencing the conversation around climate action to a female-led government in Finland, 2019 has been an inspirational year for women worldwide. We go through the year and bring you ten defining moments from the past year.
Women want a change. They want a better, inclusive and safer world where they have an equal opportunity to the benefits of social, political and economic policies.
The previous century had the Roaring Twenties. The twenties for this century have been rather staid in comparison. Nothing about it has roared.