Greta Thunberg tells world leaders 'how dare you' on climate inaction

Dmitry Medvedev said Moscow would adapt the accord to existing legal norms

Dmitry Medvedev said Moscow would adapt the accord to existing legal norms

It is within this context that a new, youth-led movement has emerged and re-energised climate activism, symbolised by Swedish teen Greta Thunberg who will take the podium in the morning following a speech by Secretary General Antonio Guterres. I should be in school on the other side of the ocean. "If you choose to fail us, then I say, 'We will never forgive you'".

Thunberg is taking a sabbatical year from school to attend conferences and meetings with policymakers and those impacted by climate change. Thunberg refuses to fly because of the high levels of emissions from air travel.

But she also defended graded change, saying it was her government's responsibility to "take into consideration as many people as possible", including those who doubt climate change and must receive incentives.

President Buhari on behalf of the member countries of the Lake Chad Basin thanked them for their cooperation, saying he looked forward to deepening their partnership.

While he said the climate emergency was a race the world was losing, it is a race that could be won, and urged leaders to "lace up our running shoes and win the climate race for us all". But no matter how sad and angry I am, I do not want to believe that.

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"You're failing us, but young people are starting to understand your betrayal. It is scary", Thunberg said in a statement upon announcing the complaint.

Thunberg submitted to Congress a 2018 report on global warming by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which warned about the impacts of global warming of 1.5°C that researchers say is likely between 2030 and 2052 if it continues at the current rate.

His apathy for the environment and the inaction of world leaders everywhere doesn't seem to dampen Thunberg's resolve in the least.

Meanwhile, charities, scientists, cities, young people and a growing number of businesses are calling for - and working towards - a greener and safer world.

"You're changing the world, so we're very excited to have you", he said. We will not let you get away with this.

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Sixty-six countries have promised to have more ambitious climate goals and 30 swore to be carbon neutral by midcentury, said Chilean President Sebastian Pinera Echenique, who is hosting the next climate negotiations later this year.

"There simply can be no more coal power plants after 2020 if we are serious about our future", she said.

But Trump, though he was not invited to the summit, crashed it for 10 to 15 minutes along with Vice President Mike Pence.

President Trump made a surprise visit to the same auditorium where Thunberg spoke - but the USA president arrived shortly after she concluded her remarks, entering while India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke. "Stop hindering the work [towards a sustainable future] for short term profits", she said.

"We have to ensure that no one, especially young people, is left behind", said Jayathma.

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