16-year-old Swedish girl sued for warming in Washington September 14th 9:29
A 16-year-old Swedish girl and local high school students visiting the United States for the United Nations Global Warming Prevention Summit met in the capital, Washington, and called for the implementation of global warming countermeasures as soon as possible.
A 16-year-old Swedish girl, Greta Thunberg, said that every Friday she stayed at school and continued to appeal for global warming impacted the younger generation through social media and was named “Friday for the Future” It is spreading around the world as an exercise.
This month, Greta visited the United States to attend the United Nations Global Warming Prevention Summit in New York, and held a meeting on the 13th of the usual Friday in the capital Washington, on measures to combat global warming.
About 1,000 local high school students participated in the rally, and the youth marched with signs that wrote, “Action before it's too late!”
When he arrived in front of the White House, he complained to the public that “President Trump should take serious measures against global warming”.
Greta also said, “Thank you for acting with me. Please participate in the next meeting,” and called for the participation of youth meetings scheduled around the world on the 20th of next week.
A 13-year-old woman who participated in the meeting said, “Greta has increased the willingness of young people to act against global warming.
Greta will speak at the United Nations Global Warming Summit on 23rd of this month.