Andrea Lema next to a jar where she keeps all the garbage she has generated since December last year, waste that she has not yet been able to give a second use. Photo: Patricio Terán / EL COMERCIO. Greta Thunberg is the most visible face of a generation of children and young people who have waged an epic battle: fight to stop the warming of the Earth. In Ecuador, activist Andrea Lema, who feels part of what many call the “Greta generation,” reflects on how the youngest have appropriated the fight for environmental care. How would you define the Greta…
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