The iconic face of youth Greta Thunberg is set to mark her imprints in pages of millennia history by embarking her place against high-profile BBC presenters, after being announced as one of this year’s guest editors for Radio 4’s Today program. BBC announced that in order to bring the climatic challenges in notice no one is the better suited than her, as she has already shook the thrones of great future determining persons across the world with thrust of her powerful and unanimous words of expression “How dare you”. Being an environmental activist who was solely carrying the flagship of combat against global warming is not alone anymore.
The Swedish environmental activist will own control of an episode at the BBC radio news program set to broadcast on the auspicious eve of Christmas 2019. Addressing to leading figures on the heated agenda of global heating caused by out bursting of global warming and over exploitation of mother earth and hearing from indigenous, frontline activists. Greta Thunberg, who accomplished world school strikes, has also commissioned reports from the Antarctic and Zambia, as well as a Mishal Husain interview with the governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney.
At present she is tapping against the currents of Atlantic Ocean to address UN Climate Action Summit in Madrid, has already become a public figure and gathered accolades for the noble cause she is executing and looks in no mood to drop off the guards even for sake of her health. Her own statement roared louder than the thunderstorm some of which are mentioned below will help you to reckon her potential and will personify fragile look in to a hard rock piece.
"You have stolen my dreams and my childhood with your empty words. And yet I'm one of the lucky ones. People are suffering. People are dying. Entire ecosystems are collapsing. We are in the beginning of a mass extinction, and all you can talk about is money and fairy tales of eternal economic growth. How dare you! "For more than 30 years, the science has been crystal clear. How dare you continue to look away and come here saying that you're doing enough, when the politics and solutions needed are still nowhere in sight.” Via Greta Thunberg speech at UN Climate Action Summit.
This Christmas world is set to witness a call by Santa Claus to drive the sledge of environment activists and what could be better than top notch BBC Radio 4 show for broadcast of strong words and propagating noble thoughts. Moreover she is backed by famous environment philanthropist who is onto saving planet since early years of 90’s.
For a hint, he wrapped himself in a carcass and puked bison liver and bagged Oscar as well, numerous times has been on BBC radio and BBC’s live shows snapped any click? Let me help you Leonardo DiCaprio, not only a movie veteran but he has attracted paparazzi’s with his honorable action since decades.
This awaited BBC Radio 4 show hosting Greta Thunberg live across the world anticipated to broadcast by the end of this year will pour lime light on the burning topics likely
Melting Ice caps and glaciers of Arctic Region
Acid Rain Effects
Global Warming and Pollution Impact
Ozone Layer Depletion
The above depicted caricatures were well formed in healthy state in the period of our ancestors who valued it and in return had long life span than us because they knew protecting nature is directly proportional to our future and that we have condemned. Mounted on high accelerating pace of development we are compromising the livelihood across the world, thanks to the pioneering activist helping to draw the blindfold form the eyes of greedy world leaders. Turn on your TV channels, tune in your mobile devices to watch and listen to much awaited Radio show to be broad cast on eve of Christmas hosted by magnificent personality Greta Gutenberg.