16-year-old Greta wins "Another Nobel Peace Prize" September 25, 21:38

A 16-year-old Swedish girl, Greta Toonberg, who is fighting against global warming, won the “Light Live Liquid Award”, which is also called the Nobel Peace Prize.

The “Light Live Liquid Award” is given annually by the Swedish Foundation to people who have worked on the environment and human rights issues, and is also called the Nobel Peace Prize.

Four award winners were announced on the 25th, and Sweden's 16-year-old Greta Toonberg, who is calling for measures against global warming, was also selected.

The organizer says that Greta ’s award was “based on scientific facts, raising the demands of people seeking to tackle urgent climate change”.

Greta has been advocating measures to combat global warming by sitting alone in front of the Swedish parliament since August last year, and will speak at the United Nations Global Warming Summit held in New York this month. Whether it won the Nobel Peace Prize announced next month as a symbol of global warming countermeasures.

Greta commented through the organizer, "This award is not just for me alone. It was awarded with all the friends who decided to stand up to protect the earth."

Greta-san “Reply” to President Trump on Twitter

Swedish 16-year-old Greta Toonberg, who spoke at the United Nations Global Warming Countermeasure Summit, quoted the sarcastic tweet posted by President Trump in the United States as soon as possible.

On the 24th, Greta wrote in English on his Twitter profile, "A very happy girl looking forward to a bright and wonderful future" in English.

This is about Greta, President Trump's speech at the United Nations the day before, “People are dead. Ecosystems are collapsing.” “I look forward to a bright and wonderful future.” It seems to be a very happy girl, "citing a post written on Twitter with sarcastic, Western media reports heavily on a sharp counterattack with Greta's humor.

When Mr. Greta passed President Trump at the United Nations on the 23rd of this month, a picture of staring at the president with a facial expression was also taken, and President Trump is showing reluctance against global warming "Reply" is a hot topic.