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How To Build An Eco-Warrior

Nature, Politics

Like her school-skipping compatriot Pippi Longstocking, the classic of children’s literature created by Swedish author Astrid Lindgren, Greta Thunberg loves calling bullshit on adults, their ​nuanced” worldview and self-congratulating conspiracies.

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