Greta Thunberg started skipping classes in September last year to campaign for climate change. By November, her movement had gone global. Photo: Handout Greta Thunberg started skipping classes in September last year to campaign for climate change. By November, her movement had gone global. Photo: Handout
Greta Thunberg started skipping classes in September last year to campaign for climate change. By November, her movement had gone global. Photo: Handout
James Rose
Opinion

Opinion

James Rose

To understand climate change better, we need more Greta Thunbergs, not more scientific data

  • The Swedish teenager whose school strikes inspired the world made us stop and think. Climate change is undeniable and must stop being seen as contentious but, for that to happen, we need more Greta Thunbergs and their stories

Greta Thunberg started skipping classes in September last year to campaign for climate change. By November, her movement had gone global. Photo: Handout Greta Thunberg started skipping classes in September last year to campaign for climate change. By November, her movement had gone global. Photo: Handout
Greta Thunberg started skipping classes in September last year to campaign for climate change. By November, her movement had gone global. Photo: Handout
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