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Greta says “I want to apply pressure” to participate in COP25


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Greta-san, “I want to apply pressure” to participate in COP25, December 4: 4:13

Greta Toonberg, a 16-year-old activist who appeals to combat global warming, crosses the Atlantic Ocean by ship from the United States and arrives in neighboring Portugal to participate in COP25, a UN conference on global warming countermeasures held in Spain Did. Mr. Greta expressed his willingness to work at COP25, stating that he would like to put pressure on those who have power to prioritize global warming issues.

Greta left Virginia port in the eastern United States on the 13th of last month and crossed the Atlantic Ocean on a sailing ship for about 3 weeks.

Then, on the evening of the 3rd, on the third night of Japan time, we arrived at the port of Lisbon, the capital of Portugal.

Greta gave a speech in front of those who gathered without showing the fatigue of a long trip, and said, “Thank you for welcoming.

In addition, “I want to put pressure on those with power to prioritize the issue of global warming. We will continue to make efforts to reach the voices of future generations and people from developing countries,” activities at COP25 Showed a willingness.

Mr. Greta decided to go to Chile in South America where he had stayed in the US from August and COP25 was scheduled to open, but since Chile gave up holding it, it suddenly became a new venue. I decided to aim for Spain.

After spending a few days in Lisbon for a few days, Greta decided to go to Spain to join COP25 and participate in a demonstration scheduled for Madrid on the 6th to appeal for measures to combat global warming.

Source: nhk

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