16-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg was just named TIME Magazine’s ‘Person Of The Year’ for 2019!
In the issue, Greta says of her activism: “We can’t just continue living as if there was no tomorrow, because there is a tomorrow. That is all we are saying.” Her father is also interviewed in the piece, and he adds: “We did all these things, basically, not really to save the climate, we didn’t care much about that initially. We did it to make her happy and to get her back to life.”
He also reveals that climate change caused him depression, revealing: “Learning about climate change triggered my depression in the first place. But it was also what got me out of my depression, because there were things I could do to improve the situation. I don’t have time to be depressed anymore.” For more of Greta’s piece click here, and let us know: DO YOU THINK GRETA THUNBERG IS DESERVING OF THE TITLE OF WOMAN OF THE YEAR? LET US KNOW!