News

“I want you to panic,” says Greta Thunberg to world leaders

427e7aeabb42a1f94a20232364877062 - "I want you to panic," says Greta Thunberg to world leaders

The prospect of the warming of the earth would all the world leaders fear should inspire them to action. That has Greta Thunberg, the Swedish teenager who in a few weeks time a worldwide icon as a result of the klimaatactivisme, at the World Economic Forum of Davos said.

Thunberg had a hard message for Davos. ‘Adults always say that they are obliged to give young people hope. But I would hope not, I do not want you to have hope. I want you to panic’, the 16-year-old Swedish start. “I want you to feel the fear that every day I feel, and that you take action, as if the house was on fire, because that is the case,” she said.

“We still have a small chance of reducing greenhouse gas emissions to stop, and a large part of the population on our planet is a whole lot suffering”, he continued Thunberg.

In places like Davos to tell people like success stories, ” said Thunberg. “But for their financial success, we have a big price to pay. And in terms of climate, we must admit that we have failed.’

Greta Thunberg spijbelt for months every Friday at the parliament building in Stockholm, a better climate requirements. She inspired this to thousands of students all over the world to do the same, as also the Belgian girls Kyra Gantois and Anuna, The Weaver over the past few Thursdays in a row, a mass of students at the leg for a klimaatmars in Brussels.

For her press conference had Greta Thunberg a brief encounter with the topvrouw of the IMF, Christine Lagarde. Lagarde expressed her admiration for the activism and perseverance of the young Thunberg.

After the press conference, the Swedish what they always do: argue for a better climate.

Leave a Comment