‘I Am Greta’ Reveals The Personal Life Of The World’s Youngest Climate Change Activist

Follow Greta Thunberg through her two-year journey of climate change activism If you haven’t heard the name Greta Thunberg then you’ll have a chance to learn more about the...


Follow Greta Thunberg through her two-year journey of climate change activism

If you haven’t heard the name Greta Thunberg then you’ll have a chance to learn more about the young climate change activist with the new Hulu documentary “I Am Greta.” Thunberg gained popularity at the age of 15 in 2018 when she went on strike from going to school in the name of bringing awareness to climate change.

Shortly after her first strike, the world took notice and was celebrated again the following year with more participants around the world. Thunberg encouraged young people around the world to host their own Friday climate strikes sending a message to world leaders to take action.

Since then Thunberg continues to dedicate her time to combatting climate change and “I Am Greta” was documented by director Nathan Grossman over the last two years. The documentary will feature pivotal moments of Thunberg’s mission addressing world leaders at the World Economic Forum and the United Nations.

Though most support Thunberg’s mission, some world leaders have negatively criticized her including U.S. President Donald Trump making remarks about her age. Thunberg has also received negative criticism for being diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome but she sees it as a positive rather than negative.

In the documentary, Thunberg explains that having Asperger’s helps her to stay focused on her goals and keeps her passionate about her work. You can see Thunberg’s dedication in “I Am Greta” that is available on Hulu now.

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