THE world’s most famous teenager, Greta Thunberg has landed in Lisbon as she makes her way to the crucial climate summit in Madrid.
The 16-year-old Swede reached the Portuguese capital minutes ago after crossing the Atlantic by catamaran.
She made the journey on the La Vagabonde boat with several crew, including her dad Svante and British sailor Nikki Henderson.
Early this morning Thunberg tweeted ‘Land ahoy!’ as she and her team approached Lisbon while it was still dark.
Tonight Thunberg will continue her low-carbon journey on the night train to the Spanish capital for the COP25 conference, where she is expected to speak.
It comes as the teen has been on the end of criticism from Spanish TV personality, Frank Cuesta.
The former tennis player and naturalist impersonated the activist in a wig and a green sack for an online sketch.
In a video he says: “You are not going to see this bug picking up shit, or cleaning, or investigating, or studying to help climate change.
“She will always be in boats like those that do not use petrol, but with a boat at her side for protection, won’t she? And a helicopter so nothing happens when she crosses the Atlantic.”