Swedish girl suing global warming countermeasures meeting in front of the United Nations August 31 7:53
A 16-year-old Swedish girl who has been attracting worldwide attention to combat global warming held a meeting for the first time after arriving in New York, calling for immediate action to prevent global warming.
A 16-year-old Swedish girl, Greta Thunberg, who calls for measures against global warming, spends two weeks on a yacht powered by solar panels to attend the United Nations Global Warming Summit in September. Crossed the Atlantic Ocean and arrived in New York on the 28th of this month.
Greta continues to appeal for global warming countermeasures by closing school every Friday in Sweden, and the movement that has spread to young people around the world through SNS is called “Friday for the Future”.
On Friday 30th, Greta held a meeting with local young people in front of the United Nations headquarters in New York, saying that “Climate change is a crisis. Let's act now.” "We can change the future" and raised a voice.
A local 17-year-old woman who attended the meeting said, “I was moved by her actions. We want to unite the younger generation and appeal the importance of global warming countermeasures for the future.” I was talking.
After giving a speech at the United Nations Global Warming Prevention Summit on the 23rd of next month, Greta will participate in the COP25 Global Warming Countermeasures Conference held in Chile, South America in December.