You're familiar with young climate activist Greta Thunberg. Now those who accuse her of being an alarmist have a young person of their own to spread their counter message—19-year-old Naomi Seibt of Germany, reports Mic. Seibt, nicknamed the "anti-Greta," is about to get what is perhaps her biggest stage: She will speak this week at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington. Coverage:
- Who: Seibt is paid by the libertarian think tank the Heartland Institute, one of the leading voices against the idea that man-made climate change is causing dire problems, reports the Washington Post. "Climate change alarmism at its very core is a despicably anti-human ideology," Seibt has said.