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you don't believe that all of the "green economic recovery plan" to solve The Crisis alone.
And she says The World is over now "social turning point" on climate and other topics such as Black lives matter.
"people begin to realize that we will not keep us from these things," says Ms Thunberg, "we can't keep, return to sweep these injustices under the rug".
she says lockdown is your time to relax and reflect away from The Public view.
Ms Thunberg, together with The Bbc , made the text of a deeply personal programme, for the Swedish Radio.
the heart of the radio show, which goes online This Morning , Greta looks back on the year in which you
took The then 16-year-old a break from school, an event-rich year with campaigns on Climate Change .The World , motives
The climate activist skeptical about their motives. "Maybe it makes them forget The Shame of your generation, so that all Future Generations down," she says. "I think, perhaps, it helps you to sleep at night. "
It was in the UN, she held her famous "how you dare can" speech. "You have my dreams and My Childhood with the empty words stolen," She Said of The World 's heads of state and government gathered at the UN Assembly.
she knew it was a "lifetime moment" and to not hold back, decided nothing," she says now.
describes the return trip from the UN to your hotel, in the subway and see people watching The Speech on their phones, but says she didn't feel to celebrate the urge to.
"All That remains are empty words," she says.
The sentence reflects their deep cynicism about the motives of most of the leaders of The World .
she says the only way to reduce emissions on the scale that is necessary to make fundamental changes to the style of our life, starting in the developing countries. But she doesn't believe that all politicians have the nerve to do that.
Instead, she says, they are "easy to under-reporting of the emissions, or move them Somewhere Else ".
she claims, the United Kingdom, Sweden and other countries do this, in order for the emissions from ships and aircraft and do not count, by the choice of the emissions from the production of the goods in the factories abroad.
As a result, she says in her radio show, which has degraded all the language in the debate.
"words like green, sustainable 'net-zero', 'eco-friendly', 'organic', "climate-neutral" and "fossil-free" today are so abused and watered down that you have lost quite a lot of their meaning. It can mean everything from deforestation to air travel, meat and automotive industries," She Said .
Ms Thunberg says the only positive that could come out of the Corona Virus-a pandemic would be, if it changes, It shows us with global crises: "in a crisis, you act, and you act with the necessary force. "
she says she is encouraged that the politicians are now, and emphasized the importance of listening to scientists and experts.
"are Suddenly people in power say, you will do what it takes, because you can't put a price on human life. "
But she remains deeply pessimistic about our ability to have any temperature increases within safe limits.
she says that, even if the countries actually deliver the carbon you reductions promised, we are still in The Way for a "catastrophic" rise in global temperature of 3-4 degrees.
The teenager believes that the only way a climate crisis to tear up contracts and exit existing deals and agreements, the companies and countries signed up to it.
"The climate and environmental crisis cannot be solved within the current political and economic systems," the Swedish climate activist argues. "This is not an opinion. This is a fact. "
Thunberg speaks of moving from a road trip she and her father took through North America in an Electric Car on loan from Arnold Schwarzenegger , the Hollywood actor, politician and climate-turned-activist.
she visited the charred remains of the Paradise, The Californian town of, destroyed by a forest fire in November 2018.
she is shocked by the carbon-intensive life-style you saw in the United States. "Apart from a few wind turbines and solar cells," she says, "there are no signs of any kind of sustainable transition, although it is the richest country in The World . "
But The Social inequalities that hit you just as strongly.
she describes the encounter of the poor black, Hispanic and indigenous communities.
she believes the company has "passed a tipping point, we can no longer Look Away from what is ignored by our society and for so long, whether it's equality, justice or sustainability".
she describes the signs of what she calls an "awakening," in which "The People start, your voice to find, to understand that they actually have an impact".
This is the reason why Greta Thunberg says she still has hope.
"not the failure of the humanity", she argues.
she closes her radio documentary in more powerful form.
"nature is no bargain and can be claimed no compromises with the laws of physics," the teenager.
"not Doing our best is good enough. We must now do the seemingly impossible. And that is up to you and me. Because No One else will do it for us. "
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