Because of her efforts to combat climate change and save the planet - and inspire young people around the world to do the same - the Swedish teen has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize by three Norwegian lawmakers.
Maltese students will be marching from the University of Malta to Valletta, Malta's capital city, to emphasise how they do not want to inherit a land, and indeed world, that has been destroyed and poisoned through humanity's gluttonous greed.
A demand that our U.S. legislators implement the Green New Deal and other legislative actions to decrease the climate crisis. "The strikes so far have students in a hundred countries confirmed participating around the globe", Carla Galea, the KSU President, said today.
Ms Thunberg encouraged students to skip school to join protests demanding faster action on climate change, as her message spread from Sweden across the continent.
Thunberg had said: "You only speak of green eternal economic growth because you are too scared of being unpopular".
"Political leaders need to start by listening to the youth and hear from us what we need, rather than deciding for us", Lambert said. "We have the right to clean air, clean water, clean land".
The Climate Reality Project, founded and chaired by Mr. Gore, has thrown its support behind the Youth Climate Strike, a one-day walk-out aimed at drumming up support for "radical legislative action", including the Green New Deal.
Citing wildfires, droughts, massive storms and refugee flows as signs of what's to come, Din emphasized the urgency she and many of her classmates see in what she called a "climate crisis".
Aoife says individuals can only do so much and that Government action to address climate change is now urgent. She has asked world leaders not to ignore the impending consequences of runaway climate change.
"We have nominated Greta because the climate threat may be one of the most important causes of war and conflict".