“Only democracy, together with science, and goodwill between nations can save us. The rest of The World must strongly support those children who are not allowed to protest” – Greta Thunberg

FULL ARTICLE LINK South China Morning Post

“YP EXCLUSIVE: Greta Thunberg, who has inspired global school strikes, tells us about #ClimateStrike, and why adults need to act

“In her only interview with HK media to date, we speak to the Swedish teen activist, who spurred a worldwide stand against climate inaction”


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“If Swedish teen climate activist Greta Thunberg was given the chance to become the acting head of the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change for three days, what would she do?

On day one, I would explain that a crisis is imminent and that we need to act accordingly.

“On day two, I’d declare an international state of emergency and establish a remaining global carbon budget based on climate justice, and calculating the numbers for rich countries would be my top priority.

“On the last day, I’d let everyone know that only democracy, together with science, and goodwill between nations, can save us, as they are the three cornerstones of society,” says the 16-year-old nominated on Wednesday for a Nobel Peace Prize for her work against climate change so far.” 

In her first and exclusive interview with a Hong Kong-based publication, Greta chats with Young Post via Skype about how her Asperger’s syndrome drove her to take a stand, the steps she’s taken to make a change, and her message to adults opposing the student strikes.

Greta Thunberg gets a Nobel nomination as she inspires students in 105 countries to act on Friday’s #ClimateStrike


Why “I Really Appreciate Science” does not publish the whole article?  We provide the link to the FULL ARTICLE.  We do not believe in stealing articles and making them our capital. In this article, Greta Thunberg speaks exclusively with a young reporter via Skype.  It is not my conversation.  If you find the article interesting support the journalism and the journalist.  I only introduce you to it.


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