Greta, “I don't speak” appealed to hear the voices of young people in developing countries December 9 22:34


16-year-old Greta Thunberg, who spread the movement of young people seeking global warming countermeasures globally, held a press conference with young people in developing countries at the UN conference held in Spain, COP25. He called for stronger countermeasures because developing countries are already experiencing serious damage.

Sweden's 16-year-old Greta Toonberg visited the COP25 venue in Spain on September 9 and held a press conference with young people participating in campaigns for global warming countermeasures around the world.

At the beginning of the press conference, many media rushed to Greta, “I do n’t speak today. I think it ’s my responsibility to make use of media interests. "I want to give them the opportunity of today's conference" and appealed to listen to the voices of young people in developing countries who attended the press conference together.

After this, a man from the Marshall Islands said that many people in their own country had only 2 meters above sea level, and that many people were being displaced due to rising sea level. I want you to know if it ’s going to happen. ”

Also, a 22-year-old woman from Uganda in eastern Africa said, “How much more life will we lose and take action? For us, who have little greenhouse gas, warming is racial discrimination in the environment. ”And called on developed countries to strengthen their countermeasures because developing countries were seriously damaged by greenhouse gases emitted by developed countries.

The COP25 will be attended by the Minister of the Environment of Japan from the 10th, and a ministerial meeting will begin.