The 18-year-old activist Greta thunberg has reappeared in a new short film called ‘For Nature’, where he tells how the humanity has broken its relationship with nature. In this short film of just over 5 minutes in length, the Stockholm-born activist puts the dots on the i’s about the climate crisis.
“Let’s face it, if we don’t change, we’re screwed.”Greta Thunberg expressed in the video made by ‘For Nature’, in collaboration with ‘Mercy For Animals’.
“We need to drastically reduce emissions”
The Swedish activist indicated that the meat industry uses vast natural resources that in the long run can harm the planet.
“Up to 75% of all new diseases come from other animals, due to the way we cultivate and treat nature by cutting down forests and destroying habitats. We are creating the perfect conditions for diseases to spread from one animal to another and to us ”, explains the young woman in the video broadcast on social networks.
Additionally, Greta Thunberg cautions: “The next pandemic could be much, much worse”, although it clarifies: “But we can change”.
“If we continue we will run out of land and food”
The 18-year-old activist claims that “83% of the world’s farmland is used to feed livestock, but livestock only provide 18% of our calorie intake.”
“The way we make food, raising animals to eat, and using the land to grow food to feed those animals: If we continue we will run out of land and food. It just doesn’t make sense, ”laments Greta Thunberg.
Likewise, Gretha Thunberg also points out that a quarter of global greenhouse gas emissions are attributed to agriculture and land use. “We need to drastically reduce emissions,” he concludes.