Greta Thunberg at Climate Summit-Technology News, Firstpost


Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg on Thursday launched a new Broadside ballad against political and economic leaders’ “role play” on the climate crisis, accusing them of using it as a business opportunity.

She appeared via a video link to the Austrian World Climate Policy Summit hosted by former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, explaining how powers are reacting to the swell of climate activity.

“At the end of the day, there was too much public pressure so you started to act,” Toonberg said. “But act like a role play. Play politics, play with words, play with our future.

Climate activist Greta Thunberg during a climate strike at home. Image Credit: Twitter / @ GretaThunberg

Eighteen-year-old Toonberg is “very inadequate” to tackle climate change in wealthy countries in the face of “more and more extreme weather events … plaguing us”. I accused him.

This week, heat waves in western Canada and the northwestern United States broke temperature records, resulting in dozens of excess deaths.

Toonberg said the net zero emissions targets announced by major economies could be a good start if there were no gaps or loopholes, such as “excluding emissions from imports, international aviation and maritime transport ”. “.

In addition, according to activists, they are relying on the use of unproven techniques as “grassroots manipulation” and by leading a series of strikes in schools due to the climate that has affected the global movement. It became noticeable.

“The current climate crisis is, at best, being treated as a business opportunity to create new green jobs, new businesses and green technologies,” she said.

Launched five years ago by Schwarzenegger, the summit aims to focus on “concrete solutions and actions by global policymakers” to address the challenges of climate change.

In his opening message, Schwarzenegger stressed the need for “encouragement, not just threat and despair”.

He mentioned his most famous role in unison, adding, “We can end pollution. Let’s craft our message and work together.

Attending the event are Austrian Prime Minister Sebastian Kurz, European Commission Vice-President Frans Timmermans (leading the European Commission’s work on the European Green Deal) and multinational giant Ford. I am a senior manager of Apple.

Toonberg’s address has been shortened for technical reasons.

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