This 27 August 2019 Canadian TV video says about itself:
The 16-year-old Swedish environmental activist is leading the climate march in Montreal.
From the (conservative) Daily Mail in England, 28 September 2019:
The teen activist on Friday led a 500,000-strong climate march in Montreal [in Canada] …
French business magnate Bernard Arnault, 70,
Arnault recently became a lot richer by tax cuts for the rich by right-wing, and not really pro-environment, and not really pro-environment people, French President Macron.
Arnault, France’s richest man, says ‘I don’t like women who try to dress too young’.
The billionaire Chief Executive of LVMH made the comments while speaking at his luxury giant LVMH’s sustainability event earlier this week. …
Arnault’s giant group boasts Fendi, Christian Dior and Givenchy among its brands. …
The teen activist has become a symbol for climate change action and on Friday led a mass march in Montreal that was part of a second global wave of protests in cities around the world and saw half a million people turn out for the event.
Hundreds of thousands of people in Italy, Australia, Spain, New Zealand and other countries took part in the ‘Fridays for Future’ protests to demand immediate action on climate change.
So, after billionaire Donald Trump and the media of billionaire Rupert Murdoch attacking Greta Thunberg, now this French billionaire. While in Belgium the climate science denialist extreme right calls for killing pro-climate activist girls and for ‘killing all Jews’.
Bernard Arnault could surpass Jeff Bezos to become the world’s richest person: here.
From the (right-wing) Daily Mail in Britain, 7 October 2019:
Italian authorities investigate effigy of Greta Thunberg hanging by a NOOSE from a bridge in Rome
Italian authorities have opened an investigation after effigy was found Monday
Rome’s mayor Virginia Raggi expressed her solidarity with Ms Thunberg today
Swedish activist hit headlines after a blistering speech at the UN last month
Hundreds of thousands of schoolchildren have supported her climate strike
Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI). Q&A: How Vietnam went from Zero to Hero in Developing Solar Projects and What Other Countries Can Do for Climate Change. By Samira Sadeque.