How languages and Greta Thunberg are connected to the environment.
News items about climate change, Greta Thunberg and the environment bombard us. Something is changing all over the world. But what’s really happening? And who is this girl speaking to our state representatives? Her name is Greta Thunberg.
Who is Greta Thunberg?
Greta Thunberg is a 16-year-old Swedish girl. People consider her a young influencer for the environment. Last year she wanted to meet politicians. In fact, she started to spend her days in front of the Swedish parliament. She has organized strikes and founded a movement called Friday for Future.
Greta took part in several debates about the environment. She was present at several conferences: firstly, the Katowice Climate Change Conference, which made her famous; secondly, the World Economic Forum in Switzerland; thirdly, the meeting at the European Parliament. She also went to the Senate of the Italian Republic (where she met Pope Francis); World Earth Day in London; and finally, to the United States Congress in Washington.
She wants to share her message: “We have wasted too much time and risk having no future.”
What is happening in our World?
The effects of global climate change are clear. Glaciers are disappearing and the temperature of the globe is rising. In the long term, the seasons will no longer exist. Besides, precipitation will increase. There will be more aridity and stronger hurricanes. Species are becoming extinct.
What we can do for the environment?
As Greta Thunberg says, we should be activists for the environment. We should share awareness in every possible way: in English, Spanish, Chinese, using images, in conferences, etc.
Additionally, recycling and not wasting what we use daily is very important. Remember to use public transportation instead of driving a car or to turn off electronic equipment and water when you’re not using them.
What Lingostar does for the environment.
Our office is very active in this regard. We recycle plastic containers, metal cans, glass bottles and jars. And also newspapers, cardboard, and food packaging boxes. If you need information or you have any suggestions, call us at 604-629-8420 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you want to learn more about Greta Thunberg, take a look at this interesting article on the BBC.
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