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GRETA THUNBERG Makes TIME’s List Of Women Who Will Change The World

by Liam Gilliver in PBN Plant Based News

‘Young people across the world have followed her path, striking and marching to make clear to adults and decision-makers that this is a true emergency’.

Teenage climate campaigner Greta Thunberg has made it onto TIME Magazine’s list of 15 women who will change the world.

The upcoming issue, 2050: How Earth Changed, is dedicated to the ‘biggest crisis facing our planet’ – climate change. The United Nations estimates that of all those displaced by climate change, 80 percent are women.  CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE

‘Diverse perspectives’ 

In a statement sent to Plant Based NewsTIME editor in chief and CEO, Edward Felsenthal, said: “What you will not find in this issue are climate-change skeptics. Core to our mission is bringing together diverse perspectives.

“Experts can and should debate the best route to mitigating the effects of climate change, but there is no serious doubt that those effects are real. We are witnessing them right in front of us. The science on global warming is settled. There isn’t another side, and there isn’t another moment.”

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