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Greta Tintin Eleonora Ernman Thunberg, Climate activist Greta Thunberg yesterday received the Portuguese Human Rights Prize and quickly pledged the € 1million prize to groups working to protect the environment and prevent climate change.

Greta Thunberg Said

“ It’s more money than I can imagine, but the full cash prize will be donated, through my foundation, to different organizations and projects that are working to help people on the front lines affected by the crisis climate and ecological, ” the Swedish teenager said in a video uploaded.

Greta Thunberg received the Gulbenkian Humanity Award

She received the Gulbenkian Humanity Award for how she “succeeded in mobilizing the younger generations for the cause of climate change and her tenacious struggle to change the persisting status quo”, said earlier Jorge Sampaio, president of the jury of the price. .

‘SOS Amazonia’ campaign

The first € 100,000 (£ 90,200) of the cash prize will go to the ‘SOS Amazonia’ campaign, led by Fridays For Future Brazil, to fight the coronavirus outbreak in the Amazon.

Stop Ecocide Foundation

Another € 100,000 (£ 90,200) will go to the Stop Ecocide Foundation “to support its work to make ecocide an international crime,” Thunberg said on Twitter.

The million euros (£ 901,871) is the highest award ever won by the 17-year-old environmental activist who also won Amnesty International’s most prestigious human rights award and the Swedish Means of Rescue Award. correct sustenance, often presented as an alternative Nobel Prize.

She said on Monday that she was “extremely honored” to receive the annual Gulbenkian Award.

Thunberg and three other young climate activists on Thursday called on EU leaders to “tackle the climate emergency” in an open letter signed by 150 scientists and several celebrities.

Last month, she slammed world leaders for just wanting selfies with her to “ look good ” and claim to have betrayed future generations about climate change.

Angela Merkel

The 17-year-old said Angela Merkel, the German Chancellor, lined up to take a ‘selfie’ with her at the UN climate change summit in September.

As part of a series she produced about her Swedish radio campaign, Thunberg criticized the behavior of prominent figures at the New York summit.

“Presidents, prime ministers, kings and princesses came and wanted to talk to me,” she said. “ They saw me and suddenly saw the opportunity to be able to take a picture with me for their Instagram account. Then the hashtag #savetheplanet.

“It seemed they had forgotten for a moment that they were ashamed that their generation had disappointed future generations.”

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