Swedish 16-year-old girl against global warming “Ambassador of Conscience” Award September 17, 11:52
A 16-year-old Swedish girl, Greta Thunberg, who has been attracting worldwide attention to combat global warming, received an award from an international human rights organization, and Greta participated in a campaign to stop global warming by young people I called you to do.
The Swedish 16-year-old girl Greta Thunberg, who has been absent from school every Friday, has continued to appeal to global warming, affecting the younger generation through social media, and the movement is spreading all over the world.
Greta, who is visiting the United States, received an award from Amnesty International, an international human rights organization, for the ambassador of conscience given to those who have been active in protecting human rights. Did.
In this, Mr. Greta said, “Global greenhouse gas emissions continue to increase,” and expressed a strong sense of caution against rising sea levels due to global warming and abnormal weather.
In addition, Mr. Greta said to the young people gathered at the venue, "Now is the time to act. Everyone has the power to make a change," so that the young people can participate in the campaign to stop global warming. When I called out, the venue was filled with great applause.
Greta is scheduled to give a speech at the United Nations Global Warming Countermeasure Summit held on the 23rd of this month, and will participate in the COP25 Global Warming Countermeasures Conference held in Chile, South America in December.