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Climate Summit Failed - VG

Climate Summit Failed – VG

PROSTEST: Climate activist Greta Thunberg speaks on the main stage in George Square as part of the Friday for Future Scotland rally during the COP26 summit in Glasgow.

Goes strong against the climate summit in Glasgow. “A two-week celebration of business as usual,” she told thousands of protesters on Friday night.


Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg, 18, said on Friday that the Glasgow climate summit, COP26, had failed.

Agence France-Presse and many foreign media reports.

Along with several thousand other young climate protesters, she scrambled into Glasgow on Friday to protest what they believe is a lack of climate efforts from world leaders.

The comments came as I later took to the stage in Glasgow in front of thousands of young protesters on Friday night.

Thunberg spared the powder in his mention of the summit, where world leaders gathered to agree on common goals to combat global warming.

Thunberg is highly critical of the climate summit and the leaders in attendance.

– Leaders do nothing. Apparently, Thunberg told the audience that their main goal was to continue fighting for the status quo BBC:

Greta Thunberg also described the #COP26 summit as “a two-week celebration of business as usual”.

– We are tired of “such and such and such and such.” I told the thousands of young protesters present that our leaders do not lead.

She went on to say that COP26 has been called “the most unique COP26 ever”.

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According to the BBC, the climate summit has been described as a “global greenwash”, a “failure” and a “public relations exercise”.

She also said she was tired of empty promises.

ENGAGED: Climate activists Greta Thunberg and Vanessa Nackett spoke to young protesters on Friday after marching through the streets of Glasgow.

Also earlier in Glasgow, the Swedish teenager took a hard line against world leaders.

At the COP, politicians and people in power only pretend to take our future seriously. The climate activist below said they are pretending to take people already affected by the climate crisis seriously Demonstration in Glasgow earlier this week.

Before concluding Friday’s speech, Thunberg thanked everyone for their participation in the rally.

A demonstration is also scheduled in Glasgow on Saturday. Then the organizers hope to have 50,000 participants.

Thunberg encouraged spectators to show up for tomorrow’s rally as well.

COP26 runs until November 12, but the summit itself, which brought together world leaders, is over.