Climate activist Greta Thunberg gives a monologue on Swedish public radio, in which she talks about anti-racism protests, the Covid-19 pandemic, and climate change. Photo: AP Climate activist Greta Thunberg gives a monologue on Swedish public radio, in which she talks about anti-racism protests, the Covid-19 pandemic, and climate change. Photo: AP
Climate activist Greta Thunberg gives a monologue on Swedish public radio, in which she talks about anti-racism protests, the Covid-19 pandemic, and climate change. Photo: AP

Black Lives Matter protests show world has reached a tipping point: Greta Thunberg

  • The Swedish climate change activist said people cannot continue looking away from injustices such as racism and inequality
  • She said the global response to the Covid-19 pandemic may provide a wake-up call on the environment, as it showed how to treat an emergency

Topic |   Climate change
Climate activist Greta Thunberg gives a monologue on Swedish public radio, in which she talks about anti-racism protests, the Covid-19 pandemic, and climate change. Photo: AP Climate activist Greta Thunberg gives a monologue on Swedish public radio, in which she talks about anti-racism protests, the Covid-19 pandemic, and climate change. Photo: AP
Climate activist Greta Thunberg gives a monologue on Swedish public radio, in which she talks about anti-racism protests, the Covid-19 pandemic, and climate change. Photo: AP
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