BBC to release a three-part documentary series on the Swedish teen activist called “Greta Thunberg: A Year To Change The World.” The show will air on BBC from 12th April.
Teen Activist Greta Thunberg is undoubtedly one of the most influential people in the world. At a very young age, she has been able to make an impact and wake people up regarding the primary problem that the world is facing – Climate Change. Starting young and small, Greta who used to protest solo has now encouraged kids around the world to be part of the protest to create awareness. Fridays have become about Climate Change and its impact and the world is definitely listening to her. In accords to her work, BBC has introduced a new series in her name called “Greta Thunberg: A Year To Change The World.“
The series which is a three-part documentary series takes the world through the life of the 18-year-old Swedish activists. Her journey across the globe to locations such as the U.S.’s melting glaciers, the coal mines of Europe, and the tar sands of the Canadian oil industry etc will be part of the three episodes. It will focus on how climate change has impacted the world and what are its effects on both people and the planet. It will also see various interviews exploring the science behind her mission with scientists, academics, economist, and experts in the field. COVID-19 pandemic and how lockdown resulted in our changed behaviour, planets and the people will also be discussed in the show. The show will air on BBC One and iPlayer on Monday 12th April. Greta shared a sneak peek of the series on her Instagram.