After a long online protest, Swedish climate activist Greta Tunberg returned to the Swedish parliament building today to protest climate change again in her organization.
Along with several other protesters, Thunberg returned to the Stockholm where the strike began with the headline “School Climate Strike” and a face mask with the sign “Future Friday”. She notified her followers on Instagram By.
“Today we return to the parliament. Given that the pandemic is not over, we will insist on the fact that we have as little as possible and everything is in line with epidemiological measures,” Thunberg wrote in her article. Instagram profile.
Thunberg started organizing protests in front of the Swedish parliament building in 2018, urging politicians to step up the fight against climate change.
A few months later, a youth climate movement was launched on Friday for the future. The large-scale demonstrations they organized attracted hundreds of thousands of young participants from all over the world.
However, the coronavirus pandemic also temporarily stopped their protests.
Unable to continue the “physical” protest, Thunberg turned to posting photos on social media, with a focus on Instagram.