For a second year running Greta Thunberg has failed to win the Nobel Peace Prize.
This year she was beaten by the UN World Food Program.
In 2019 she was beaten by Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed as his reward for securing peace with neighbouring Eritrea.
Perhaps the Nobel prize committee has noticed something increasingly apparent to the rest of us: that the world has long since reached Peak Greta; the Doom Pixie has delighted us all quite enough.
Part of Thunberg’s problem may be that her cause has been superseded by that of Chinese coronavirus.
Earlier in the pandemic, Thunberg made a bid for ongoing relevance by co-authoring an angry letter to European Union leaders, demanding that climate be taken seriously as coronavirus.
The last few months the world has watched with horror how the COVID-19 pandemic has hit people all over the globe. During this