Young Climate Activists Targeted By Trolls
First News|October 04, 2019
Young climate campaigners have been receiving horrible messages and abuse on social media.

Climate activists like Greta Thunberg, 16, and Dara McAnulty, 15, have been targeted by trolls and received abusive messages on social media, simply for voicing their support for action against climate change.

Following Greta’s passionate speech to the UN, the activist soon became a target for trolls, many of them much older than Greta.

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