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Polarizing critic of humanity Greta Thunberg has once again turned heads on the world stage, this time warning planet Earth to stop eating meat or “we’re f **** d”.
The 18-year-old, who took the world by storm in 2018 with a high-profile speech at the United Nations Climate Change Conference, returned this week with a new plea for the environment.
âIf we don’t change, we’re f **** d,â she said, looking at the camera.
“The climate crisis, the ecological crisis and the health crisis – they are all linked,” said the 18-year-old.
âThe way we make food, raise animals to eat, clear land to grow food to feed these animalsâ¦ It just doesn’t make sense.â
Experts say that raising cattle for food contributes about a quarter of global emissions.
âIf we continue to produce food like we do, we will also destroy the habitats of most plants and wildlife, leading countless species to extinction,â Thunberg continued.
“It sucks for us too – they are our vital system. If we lose them, we will be lost too.”
As expected, many social media users weren’t too interested in lectures from a passionate vegan teenager and tore up her latest social media call. The Swedish teenager also revealed that she has been targeted by Chinese state media for her tough stance as “the princess of the environment.”
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âThe climate, ecological and health crises are all linked. But we no longer see the links between them.
I would like to connect the dots. Because let’s face it – if we don’t change, we’re screwed. “#ForNature @MercyForAnimals @TomMustill pic.twitter.com/ieJ45qGGv5
– Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) May 23, 2021