News coming up for Greta Thunberg. The Swedish baby activist will indeed be Chief Editor of the broadcast morning BBC Radio 4 during the Christmas holidays. The announced it BBC explaining that the sixteen-year-old face of the fight against global warming and a candidate for the Nobel Peace Prize 2019 is one of the five personalities who will take the lead on the radio program listened to in the United Kingdom between Christmas and the new year. During the program, Thunberg will meet different personalities who fight against climate change and with some indigenous leaders. The Swedish girl also offered reports from Antarctica and Zambia and an interview with Mark Carney, governor of the Bank of England.
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