Greta Thunberg Age, Bio, Profile| Contact Details (Phone number, Instagram, Twitter, Contact Email )- Greta Thunberg is an environmental activist from Swedish who has got fame for leading the school strike for climate outside Swedish Parliament and speaking at the COP24. Thunberg was featured on the cover of Time magazine, which named her a “next-generation leader” in May 2019. Thunberg also contributed a voiceover for a release of “The 1975”, the theme song of an English band by the same name.
- Name: Greta Thunberg
- Date of Birth: 3 January 2003
- Age: 16 years
- Birth Sign: Capricorn
- Nationality: Swedish
- Birth Place/City: Stockholm, Sweden
- Profession: Student and climate activist
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This is keith Higgins in Australia I have been teaching this since 1990 and predicting these outcomes All have come true . Can we share technical information I can help you and hope more listen to your message
Hello, more responsibility needs to be implemented on those companies that sell white goods, many of which end up in land fill areas creating toxins and who knows what else. These companies need to be held accountable for their products even once they’ve lived their life span by taking them back as part exchange for new. They should be recycling them in a positive manner, it may be costly to them but they still need to be held accountable. It will go a long way in helping to clean up our planet and not to be so wasteful, we are all encouraged to check the foot print we leave on this planet, and these huge companies need to do something about it now, as soon as possible. Legislation needs to be created to deal with this as a priority, its not enough to just talk about it, measures need to be taken in a positive way, so that we can see what they are doing. It isnt enough to just provide these commodities anymore, they need to be held to account for them through its life span and beyond.
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I admire your global efforts for the protection of the environment. I would love you to come visit Bermuda which has all the attributes for the protection of the environment, diminution of the use of fossil fuels, and so much more. In the past Bermuda was famous for the exportation of its Bermuda onions. Now it cannot sustain itself agriculturally – although there is plenty of scope for its development. So much more can be done with its parklands that are protected for posterity – but unused for the benefit of the population. I would so welcome your research of our very precious islands and I would be most willing to host you during your visit – in fact I would be most honoured.