If you believe, like most scientists, that climate change is largely man-made and poses an existential threat to humanity, then you probably feel a pretty strong sense of urgency about doing something about it. Especially if you are a young person. Greta Thunberg embodies that sentiment probably more than any person in the world. The sixteen-year-old Swedish teen, singlehandedly started a global movement around the issue. Her impassioned speech at the United Nations brought her global recognition and earned her a few critics, including the President of the United States. This past week, Time Magazine named her their person of the year. A remarkable honor for the teen with Asperger syndrome. My kids, along with millions more, love Thunberg. They think she is amazing. Whether you believe climate change is real or not, it is refreshing to see the impact that one small voice can have. In an era when the role models for our kids are limited to indulgent celebrities like the Kardashians, Greta Thunberg certainly stands out. Bravo to Time Magazine for their choice.