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Message: The face of teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg looks at employees of this company in Israel who are considering using a plastic cup or disposable cutlery

Photos from Greta Thunberg are used by the Israeli company to shame employees into avoiding plastic

  • Workers at the Israeli office will see photos of Greta Thunberg staring at them
  • Companies in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem want to discourage the use of plastic cutlery
  • Some photos are decorated with the slogan & # 39; How dare you & # 39; from Thunberg
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At Israeli workplaces, Greta Thunberg's photos were taken to be ashamed of employees using less plastic.

Workers at a number of offices in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem will see photos of the 16-year-old climate activist staring at them when they pick up disposable cups or cutlery.

Some of the pictures are decorated with the words & # 39; How dare you & # 39; – the Thunberg collective cry in a memorable speech at the United Nations in September.

Message: The face of teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg looks at employees of this company in Israel who are considering using a plastic cup or disposable cutlery

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Message: The face of teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg looks at employees of this company in Israel who are considering using a plastic cup or disposable cutlery

Warning: A cut-out of the 16-year-old Swedish climate activist is displayed next to piles of plastic cups at this workplace in Israel

Warning: A cut-out of the 16-year-old Swedish climate activist is displayed next to piles of plastic cups at this workplace in Israel

Warning: A cut-out of the 16-year-old Swedish climate activist is displayed next to piles of plastic cups at this workplace in Israel

In one case, a black-and-white photo of the Swedish teenager hangs above a supply of plastic spoons – an indication that employees should use the metals instead.

Another photo shows a much smaller cut-out of Greta in a box with plastic spoons in the offices of the Israeli newspaper Haaretz.

Her face can also be seen in front of a stack of plastic cups in another office, decorated with the words: & # 39; Are you sure? & # 39 ;.

At another workplace, an employee appears to be trying to hide the message by placing a disposable cup on Thunberg's face.

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Thunberg tore world leaders in her passionate speech at the UN and accused them of stealing my dreams and my youth with your empty words.

Her angry look at Donald Trump after he had misled her by walking into the climate summit with his retinue also became a viral sensation.

Concealed: Thunberg is standing next to a pile of cups - but one employee seems to have taken measures to minimize the effect of the message

Concealed: Thunberg is standing next to a pile of cups - but one employee seems to have taken measures to minimize the effect of the message

Concealed: Thunberg is standing next to a pile of cups – but one employee seems to have taken measures to minimize the effect of the message

Some of the pictures are decorated with the words & # 39; How dare you & # 39; - Thunberg & # 39; s rally in a memorable speech at the United Nations in September

Some of the pictures are decorated with the words & # 39; How dare you & # 39; - Thunberg & # 39; s rally in a memorable speech at the United Nations in September

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Some of the pictures are decorated with the words & # 39; How dare you & # 39; – Thunberg & # 39; s rally in a memorable speech at the United Nations in September

Death stare: Greta Thunberg & # 39; s look at Donald Trump (above) when he upstaged her at the UN climate summit in September an immediate viral meme on social media

Death stare: Greta Thunberg & # 39; s look at Donald Trump (above) when he upstaged her at the UN climate summit in September an immediate viral meme on social media

Death stare: Greta Thunberg & # 39; s look at Donald Trump (above) when he upstaged her at the UN climate summit in September an immediate viral meme on social media

Trump, a skeptic about climate change, sarcastically tweeted that she looks like a very happy young girl looking forward to a beautiful and beautiful future.

Thunberg later adopted the description for her own Twitter profile.

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The teenager sailed to North America on a racing yacht while refusing to fly on polluting jet planes.

She was due to attend an environmental summit in Chile next month, but the conference was moved to Madrid following violent protests in Santiago.

Her campaign began in August 2018 when she skipped school once a week to keep solo protests out of the Swedish parliament.

The protests quickly received support and thousands of people have been shown at your climate meetings she attended in North America.

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