Greta Thunberg’s Army: The Schoolgirls Striking For Climate Change | This Morning

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Most people’s idols come in the form of sporting heroes or music legends but tomorrow, two teenagers from Bristol will meet their heroine, 17-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg when she joins them on the Bristol Youth Strike 4 Climate protest. Before they take to the streets, Milly Sibson and Lily Fitzgibbon join us in the studio – banners and all – to tell us why they are prepared to sacrifice their education for the sake of the planet and what meeting Greta will mean to them.
Broadcast on 27/02/20

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