18-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg announced that she will attend the Climate Change Conference, which she previously stated she would not attend, after the Climate Change report released today.
Greta Thunberg, who has been on the agenda of the world as a climate activist since her childhood, has received the first dose of COVID-19 vaccine in the past weeks. for an equitable distribution of vaccines around the world. had called. Stating that he will not attend the United Nations Climate Change Conference as long as this injustice continues, Thunberg seems to have changed his decision.
Thunberg, the 18-year-old activist, made some statements after the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Report released today. that the whole world should study this report While stating that he will attend the conference in order to draw attention to the details published in the report.
In the published report, it was announced that climate change has accelerated, spread and intensified.
The Climate Change Report, published on 9 August, revealed the rapidly developing consequences of global warming. In the report, it was stated that with global warming, the already warmed air will get warmer, the warm seasons will be longer and the cold seasons will be shortened. The report, which describes climate change as “man-made”, also describes the general The temperature will rise by 1.5 degrees 10 years earlier than expected, i.e. by 2030. is stated. Unfortunately, the report also shows that avoiding this change is now impossible.
Thunberg: “We must treat a crisis as a crisis”
Greta Thunberg, who has given various conferences as a climate activist from a very young age, made some statements on Twitter after the published report. Speaking about the forest fires in Turkey and the floods that caused loss of life in China and Germany, Thunberg said that people’s awareness of climate change has increased, but This process progresses very slowly. expressed.
Thunberg’s statement included the following statements; “There were no surprises in the published report. It just shows us what thousands of previous reports and studies have revealed, namely the urgency of the situation. The report comes across as the soundest and most cautious summary of science. It doesn’t tell us what to do. We look at the scientific evidence in this report. “It’s entirely up to us to make decisions based on decisions and be brave. We still have a chance to escape the worst, but for that we have to start treating the crisis as if it were a crisis.”