Teenager and environmental activist Greta Thunberg will appear on a postal stamp in her native Sweden. Swedish teenage environmental activist Greta Thunberg will appear on a postal stamp that will be issued Thursday in her native Sweden and is part of a
The environmental campaigner, 18, took to Twitter in response to reports a bee-killing pesticide banned in the EU may now be used in Britain. She also hit out at the Government for deciding not to intervene in plans for the UK’s first
Coronavirus: Greta Thunberg says it’s ‘likely’ she had virus The Swedish teenager, who turned 18 on Sunday, posted a photo of herself giving a thumbs-up to the camera. She posted: “Thank you so much for all the well-wishers on my 18th birthday. “Tonight
The future King was embroiled in debate regarding “conventional” farming techniques, which Charles argued causes pollution. He claimed these techniques included the “overuse of antibiotics, the overuse of growth-promoting hormones in beef production”, something that will leave nature “ending up in tears
The 17-year-old Swedish activist took to Twitter this morning to urge world leaders into action, after accusing them of failing to do enough to combat global warming. Ms Thunberg’s desperate plea came the exact minute European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen
The teenage environmental activist was asked about her thoughts on the US election candidates, and discussed whether Mr Trump or Mr Biden’s policies would affect change. Ms Thunberg has been outspoken on Mr Trump’s presidency, with the two exchanging barbs in public.
Ahead of the forthcoming US presidential election next week, Ms Seibt attacked the Democrat nominee over his supposed plan to tackle climate change. In recent weeks, Mr Biden has put green initiatives at the heart of his campaign, claiming climate change is
Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk, Ms Seibt believes a Biden administration would waste billions of dollars implementing the Green New Deal in the US, which she argues could ruin the economy. She claims the policy would be “shown off as a success”, even