"our home continues to burn" "For more than a year and a half - said Greta - we have sacrificed our right to education to protest your inaction. In September, 7 and a half million people took to the streets to ask you to join in the face of scientific data to give you a secure future; then, in November 2019, the Eu Parliament has declared the disaster the environment and the climate. You said that the Eu would have been the leader in the face of climatic challenges, but when your children have set off the fire alarm, are ye come out, you breathed the air, and you realized that your home was burning and that was not a false alarm. Then what did you do? You finished dinner, watched a movie, and you went to sleep without even having to call the fire department. This is a behavior that is foolish. If the house burns does not expect any year to put out the fire and yet that is what we proposed today by the Commission". "Zero emissions in 2050? A yield" that is why, in the face of this debacle, the 2050 is a goal too far away, because it is acceptable. Explains Greta: "In the moment in which the Eu has this law on the climate, with zero emissions by 2050, indirectly you admit yield: renounce the agreements of Paris, to your promises, and the ability to do everything they can to give a safe future for your children."
Today I'm addressing the European Commission and the European Parliament in Brussels. #ClimateLaw #FridaysForFuture pic.twitter.com/lfhxLG6BXW— Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) March 4, 2020
Greta Thunberg: the Eu-zero emissions in 2050? It is not the objective but made
"The european Union must be the leader: you have the moral obligation to do so, in addition to the opportunity" to be the "true leader on climate change". B
04 March 2020 Wednesday 16:01
"The european Union must be the leader: you have the moral obligation to do so, in addition to the opportunity" to be the "true leader on climate change". Back to the office Greta Thunberg , cutting in front of the Environment committee (Envi) of the european Parliament in Brussels, on the occasion of the presentation of the Climate Law. The session welcomed with a banner that reads: "Välkommen Greta Thunberg" ("Welcome, Greta Thunberg"), and Greta once again does not mince words to make people understand that the climate emergency, not to hesitate and that the european Union has the moral obligation to lead the change.