Despite criticism from students, a university in the UK this week unveiled a statue of climate protection activist Greta Dunberg. The bronze sculpture shows her with long braided hair and outstretched arms.
According to the University of Winchester, it is now the 18-year-old Swedish world’s first life-size statue. “Greta is a young woman who, despite the difficulties in her life, has become one of the world’s leading environmental activists,” said one. Contact from university. “As a university for sustainability, we are proud to honor this inspiring woman in this way.”
The student body University and College Union criticized the initiative as a completely worthwhile project. However, a statement on Twitter said the criticism was not directed against Tunberg, who supports their role in the fight against climate change.
The students argued that the cost of 000 24,000 should have been better utilized to prevent cuts and job cuts.
University does not accept: money came from a tank to financial buildings, can not be used for other purposes anyway.
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