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Greta Thunberg says humanity has not yet failed, but that we must now do the seemingly impossible


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In a "podcast" that was aired on Sweden's biggest radio broadcaster earlier this summer, Greta Thunberg said that humanity has not yet failed and urged world leaders to do more. The young climate activist also said that "doing our best is no longer good enough" and that "we must now do the seemingly impossible."

In the 75 minute long podcast, Greta Thunberg tells the listener about her trip across the Atlantic Ocean where she spoke in front of world leaders at the General Assembly of the United Nations last year, her visit to the state of Alberta in Canada where she at several occasions had to call the police for protection, and how humanity is quickly running out of time to save the climate.  

You can listen to the podcast in English here or on Spotify. More than a million people listened to the podcast when it was aired on Swedish radio (Swedish source) and an English version has also been aired on BBC. 

The Time has also published an essay, or transcript, of the podcast. Check it out:

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TIME.COM

From Washington, D.C. to Davos, read Greta Thunberg's travel diary of six months fighting climate change around the world.

"This essay is adapted from the transcript of a radio program produced for Swedish Radio and broadcast in June. This is the first time the text has been published in its entirety."

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