Greta Thunberg is a 16-year-old climate activist, diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome and obsessive-compulsive disorder, who has ignited the souls of people, young and old, around the world to fight for the environment and sparked the school strike for climate movement globally. In less than a year, she has given the strongest call to action we’ve seen to date to the CEO-elite at the World Economic Forum, the policy elite at the United Nations and the spiritual elite at the Vatican—addressing the Pope himself—in simple and powerful language: Do Something. Now.
Her passion and determination to make a difference can be seen from her protests to trying to minimize her and her family’s carbon footprint through becoming vegan and not traveling by plane. She has received several prizes and awards for her activism and is currently nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.
Greta is demanding that the world respect the harmony between humankind and land and is challenging everyone do better.