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Leonardo DiCaprio meets Greta Thunberg, calls climate activist 'leader of our time'

Leornado DiCaprio also said he was honoured to spend time with Greta Thunberg and they would ensure they helped each other "in hopes of securing a brighter future for our planet".

Greta Thunberg declines award: 'Climate does not need prizes'

Thunberg, who had been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize, had declined another award in November 2018 because many of the finalists had to fly to Stockholm for the ceremony.

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Explained: What is nelloptodes gretae?

Nelloptodes gretae: A species of beetle named after Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg. Where is it from, and what are its defining features?

'You're never too small to make a difference': Scientist names beetle after Greta Thunberg

Nelloptodes gretae: The new species, named after Swedish climate change activist Greta Thunberg, belongs to a group of some of the smallest known animals.

Digital Native: After the Storm

Why we need to stand by Greta Thunberg and #MeToo activists when they are under attack.

Imagine: It takes a child to raise a village

Our decades on this planet, mountains of learning and self-aggrandising posing has just made our world so much more toxic, so borrowing the young woman’s words, “How dare you?”

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Vladimir Putin implies teen climate activist is being manipulated

Russian President Vladimir Putin has suggested 16-year-old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg may have been manipulated to serve the interests of others

How educators can encourage more Greta Thunbergs in their quest to save the planet

Importantly, like Greta, schoolchildren across the globe are talking about the approaching doom because they are worried, afraid and think that they can bring in a positive change and start a youth-driven global movement around climate change.

Austria's far right takes aim at climate activist Greta Thunberg

Party leader Norbert Hofer took a swipe at the Swedish teenager Friday during a debate aired by Austria's public broadcaster ORF, warning against 'climate hysteria'.

Greta Thunberg leads 500,000 people at Montreal climate rally

Schoolchildren were joined by adults as they marched together with the teen activist at the demonstration as part of a global wave of 'climate strikes'.

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