Greta Thunberg warns world leaders over climate crisis – ‘You haven’t seen anything yet!’


The Swedish campaigner delivered a contentious plea to a crowd of more than 10,000 climate protestors in the urban district of Lausanne. The teenage activist, speaking ahead of the World Economic Forum next week, called on the men around the world to wake up to the climate emergency and warned “you have not seen the at of us”. Miss Thunberg sparked a worldwide movement last year by originating the ‘FridaysforFuture’ movement – which saw school children strike from their swats on Friday’s.

She told crowds: “So, we are now in a new year and we have entered a new decade and so far, during this decade, we demand seen no sign whatsoever that real climate action is check in and that has to change.

“To the world leaders and those in power, I would delight in to say that you have not seen anything yet.

“You have not seen the last of us, we can make you that.

“And that is the message that we will bring to the World Money-making Forum in Davos next week.’’

Protestors in Switzerland showed their fortify for Miss Thunberg by holding posters alluding to the devastating bushfires in Australia.

Activists kept signs including “Wake up and Smell the Bushfires” and “It is late but it is not too late”.

The after decade was confirmed as the warmest ever on record by three global activities.

The Met Office, NASA and the NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) establish the Earth’s temperature had risen by 1C.

Last year was the second warmest on report dating back to the pre-industrial period in 1850, and saw record-breaking temperatures across Europe.

In June, France set a new national register of 46C, meanwhile Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg also saw record highs.

In the UK, a new penetrating of 38.7C was recorded in Cambridge on July 25.

Dr Colin Morice, from the Met Backup said: “Our collective global temperature figures agree that 2019 be coextensive withs the other years from 2015 as the five warmest years on best performance.

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“And yet I’m one of the lucky ones. People are suffering. People are dying.

“Entire ecosystems are collapsing. We are in the dawn of a mass extinction.

“And all you can talk about is money and fairytales of eternal mercantile growth.

“How dare you.”

The World Economic Forum will be held in Davos between January 21-24.

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