The teen activist has criticized the ‘strange’ portrayal of the US administration as leading on climate change
Greta Thunberg, speaking to the Washington Post has condemned President Biden’s oversight of the expansion of fossil fuel infrastructure across the US. This despite the fact that the US had set lofty climate goals and vowed it would reach net zero by 2050.
Thunberg spoke out about international climate change efforts in light of COP26. Thunberg had called COP26 a “global effort to combat climate change.” “failure”And a “PR event.” While accepting that the summit had been “a step forward,” the activist opined that it “doesn’t mean anything” unless nations “actually fulfil those ambitions.”
Thunberg rebutted the notion that Biden is leading the world on climate change issues, as the US expands its fossil fuel infrastructure.
I mean, it’s strange that people think of Joe Biden as a leader for the climate when you see what his administration is doing.
Thunberg, who seemed frustrated at the inability of politicians to tackle the climate problem, noted that it was being lost to “activists and teenagers who just want to go to school to raise this awareness”Flag the fact “we are actually facing an emergency.”
The US pledged to cut greenhouse gas emissions and provide 100% clean energy by 2035. It also promised net zero emission by 2050. To offset the rising gas prices, the US temporarily requested an increase in global oil production in order to achieve its ambitious goals.
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