Greta Thunberg BBC Documentary

Brendon Davis, Beat Investagator

Greta with a herd of deer

Greta Thunberg’s name is known across the world for being a young climate activist. Her surge of  popularity first came when she staged a school strike to show awareness to climate change in 2018. In other ways, she has brought light to climate issues, including climate change and global warming. At only 17, she has spoken at various events to  people world-wide, one of which was at the UN. She was Time’s Person of the Year in 2019, and was even nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize.

Now she has an upcoming documentary that will air on BBC. It will follow her journey in her international crusade, as well as her “journey into adulthood”. It will also showcase her meeting and talking to different political figures along with scientists and business professionals.  Great has high hopes for change in our society. With this documentary, some may find out what she really wants, and can even see what she stands for. There is always a chance that someone watching could be inspired to do something big for our planet. She states, the climate crisis is “extremely complicated, and this is an emergency. In an emergency you step out of your comfort zone and make decisions that may not be very comfortable or pleasant. And let’s be clear – there is nothing easy, comfortable or pleasant about the climate and environmental emergency.”