Greta’s World

Photo: Jack Davison For Rolling Stone Photo: Jack Davison For Rolling Stone Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Jack Davison For Rolling Stone Greta’s World 1  /  1 Back to Gallery Click here to read the full article. There is persona and there is reality in Greta Thunberg. It is Valentine’s Day in her hometown of Stockholm, but there’s only wind, no hearts and flowers. A few hundred kids mill about, with a smattering of adults. If there were not signs reading “Our Earth, We Only Have One,” it could be mistaken for a field trip to the ABBA museum. But where is Greta? I find a scrum of reporters interviewing a child in a purple puffer jacket, pink mittens, and a homemade-looking knit hat. It takes me a minute to realize that it’s Greta. She is 17, but could pass for 12. I can’t quite square the fiery speaker with the micro teen in front of me. She seems in need of protection. More from Rolling Stone Greta Thunberg Says It’s ‘Extremely Likely’ She Had Coronavirus Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on How to Build a Green New Deal Are We Thinking About Climate Migration All Wrong?… Read full this story

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