Greta Thunberg Bio, Age, Net Worth, Dating, Height, Weight

Born in Sweden on January 3, 2003, Greta Tintin Eleonora Ernman Thunberg is an environmental activist. She gained international fame, promoting the view that we face a momentous crisis from climate change that will affect humanity itself.

The opera singer Malena Ernman is her mother, and her father is actor Svante Thunberg. Her paternal grandfather was actor and director Olof Thunberg.

Thunberg is known for her youthful looks and direct way of talking, either when addressing political leaders or the public. She criticizes world leaders for their inability to make adequate moves to address the climate crisis.

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Greta Thunberg Mental Health

Thunberg says her first experience with climate change came in 2011 when she was just eight years old. Greta failed to understand why so little was being done about it. She stopped talking and eating, losing ten kilograms (22 lb) in two months. Greta was later diagnosed with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), selective mutism, and Asperger Syndrome. During a speech early on in her fight against global climate change action, Thunberg described her selective mutism as “I only speak when necessary.” Greta battled depression for years before she started her school strike. At the point when she began dissenting, her folks didn’t bolster her activism. Her dad said he doesn’t care for her missing school; however stated, she can protest and be happy or stay home and be unhappy. We respect her wanting to make a stand.

Her Asperger diagnosis was shared across the Swedish nation by her mom in May 2015 to help different families in comparable circumstances. While recognizing that her analysis “has limited me before,” Thunberg doesn’t see her Asperger’s as sickness and has instead called it her “superpower. “

Greta Thunberg Activism

For around two years, Thunberg challenged her parents to bring down the family’s carbon footprint and by and large effect on the earth by becoming a veggie-lover, upcycling, and giving up flying. A failed attempt to show her family proof with graphs and other information resulted in her stating they were stealing her future. Giving up flying to a limited extent implied her mother needed to surrender her international profession as a drama singer. Thunberg credits her parents’ possible response and lifestyle changes by giving her expectations and conviction that she could have any effect. The family history is recounted in the 2018 book Scenes from the Heart.

Greta was also present in the following activism activities:

  • School strike for climate
  • Autumn global climate strikes
  • Strike at the Riksdag
  • Social Media activism
  • Protests and speeches throughout Europe
  • Participation at COP25

Greta Thunberg Digital Activism

Following the coronavirus, in March 2020, Greta Thunberg encouraged the movement that instead of gathering at the streets and town squares, they remained at home with a sign.

Greta Thunberg Achievements

She was nominated for the Children’s Climate Award, which the Swedish electricity company Telge Energi awarded in 2018. She was awarded the Fryshuset scholarship for the Young Role Model of the Year. She was also named one of the world’s 25 most influential teens in 2018 by Time Magazine. Greta was presented with the German Goldene Kamera Special Climate Protection award, later nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize on March 12, 2019, by deputies of Sweden and Norway’s parliaments. Featuring on the cover of Time’s Magazine in 2019, which named her a next-generation leader and noted she is seen as a role model by many. The Royal Scottish Geographical Society awarded her the Geddes Environment Medal, granting her Honorary Fellowship on July 12. She was given Amnesty Internationals, most prestigious award, the Ambassador of Conscience, and this was for her climate movement leadership.

Greta Thunberg Net Worth

Greta Thunberg is estimated to be worth $1 million in the latest reports.

Greta Thunberg Parents

Her mother is Malena Ernman, and her father’s name is Svante Thunberg.

Greta Thunberg Siblings

Greta has one sister, Beata Thunberg.

Greta Thunberg Body Measurements

Greta stands a height of 1.63M inch and weighs around 48kg. She has brown hair and has beautiful blue eyes.

Greta Thunberg Dating

Greta is only 17 years old. Currently, focusing on her career, so remains single.

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