Greta Thunberg at Davos: Corporations put profit ‘above people and above planet’ | USA TODAY #Shorts

Greta Thunberg gave harsh criticism of corporations and their impact on the climate crisis at the World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland.

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  1. She did this for publicity stunt.
    Nobody asked her to join and then get arrested with a smile on her face

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  4. What a joke of a person. Lecturing the world of billions on a topic she only has the minutest understanding of. No care in the world for the projections of either the climate, ozone, ice cap reformation, or the economics of “green” energy.

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  6. Such an intelligent, well-spoken human! She is a ray of hope for the planet. Even a glance at the previous comments here,shows how much this is needed .

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