Greta Thunberg has flamed Meatloaf with scientific facts

Pablo Tucker
January 9, 2020

"I feel that for Greta", he said.

Thunberg was a committed advocate for combating climate change, including at the United Nations Climate Change Summit, where she criticized the world's leading politicians for not doing enough.

That's led 17-year-old Thunberg to react in a Twitter post accompanied by a graph showing the rise in carbon emissions since 2000.

Tweeting in her usual no-nonsense manner to her 3.9 million followers, Thunberg wrote "It's not about Meatloaf. She didn't do anything wrong, but she was forced to think what she said was true".

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Teen Swedish activist Greta Thunberg, who has argued the case for climate issues since her first strike outside the Swedish parliament in August 2018, was thrown into the spotlight after her impassioned plea for action at the UN General Assembly Climate Action Summit in NY in September 2019.

It's not what some call me. "It's about scientific facts". "Unless we start to focus everything on this, our targets will soon be out of reach". "It's not about left or right", she wrote.

Last year, Thunberg was nominated for the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize and was named TIME's Person Of The Year.

Bach has used his social media accounts to highlight climate change issues since his home in New Jersey was severely damaged during Hurricane Irene in 2011.

Thunberg's much-publicised climate activism in 2019 has drawn praise from the likes of Leonardo DiCaprio, Björk and The 1975 - the latter even invited Thunberg to collaborate with them on a track back in the summer. He previously claimed that his health problems that caused him to collapse on stage at another event could result in him never singing again.

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