Published: Wed, December 11, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Time names climate activist Greta Thunberg its Person of the Year

Time names climate activist Greta Thunberg its Person of the Year

She introduded representatives of countries impacted by global warming. "But I really think of it as Time is about the people and ideas that shape the world and Person of the Year is about the people who shaped the year", Felsenthal told CNN Business in an interview this week.

"The real danger is when politicians and CEOs are making it look like real action is happening, when in fact nearly nothing is being done, apart from clever accounting and creative PR", the Swedish 16-year-old said Wednesday in a speech at the plenary of the ongoing United Nations climate talks in Madrid, or COP25.

Thunberg's stance on climate change has brought her into confrontation with some of the world's most powerful people.

Greta Thunberg giving a speech during a high-level event on climate emergency hosted by the Chilean presidency during the UN Climate Change Conference COP25 at the "IFEMA - Feria de Madrid" exhibition centre, in Madrid today.

The magazine interviewed Thunberg aboard the sailboat that took her from the United States to Europe after a hectic 11-week North American trip to several USA cities and Canada.

Earlier this day, Swedish teen eco-activist Greta Thunberg accused world politicians of doing "creative PR" instead of taking real steps toward fighting climate change.

Some experts warned that message doesn't seem to be getting through to governments. "I want you to unite behind the science and I want you to take real action".

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We won the award for our carbon neutral programme, which delivers scalable, innovative and practical climate actions that addresses climate change and helps drive progress on many other sustainable development goals, such as gender equality, health and well-being and economic opportunity, a press release from Infosys said.

The 16-year-old climate activist has been named TIME's 2019 Person of the Year.

Addressing the heads of delegations, activists and non-governmental organizations at the climate talks, Rockstrom said under the current scenario, the planet is heading to warming by 3-4 C in only 80 years.

Now, after having more information and more awareness of scientific studies, the activist spoke about a "sense of panic" when scientists say there are only eight years to intervene to avoid environmental disasters.

Following him, Thunberg cited the same reports, insisting that national pledges to reduce emissions weren't enough.

"This is not leading, this is misleading", she said, adding "every fraction of a degree matters".

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