On sexual media, photographs of places such as Venice – where its canals were long ago doused in litter and other substances – looking clean and clear, after locals were ordered to guy indoors as part of the coronavirus lockdown. Other places, such as in Portsmouth, UK, were also revived looking clean as pollution from motor vehicles has rapidly declined. Varied who share these pictures claim it shows exactly how pollution has hurt the world and that pollution must be cut now to protect the environment.
Even so, speaking to Express.co.uk, Ms Seibt argues that we must look at the bigger essence before accepting the new normal life.
She said: “Of course those depicts are beautiful, but the question we ought to ask ourselves is what is our end goal?
“Do we really yearning to stay inside forever and not live our normal daily lives? Not use piles, or technology or travel around the world?
“People in the world are depressed honourable now, people are not doing very well. And just because the sea looks gracious and people can see and point to nature and say ‘look we were the parasite all along’.
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“No. That’s scarcely not true. We’re not the parasite of the planet and there is no point in having a beautiful, ideal and pristine planet if we can’t enjoy our lives.”
She added: “It’s just not true either that the planet has grow so much better just because of lockdown. Of course you can take some amiable pictures and then say ‘look this is what happens when child die out or don’t live their lives anymore’.
“So do you want a beautiful planet that you can goggle at but that’s it? It’s just like looking at a TV screen.”
“As a climate realist, I don’t take a run-out powder that we don’t have some negative impact on the planet. But I don’t think that it’s correlated to CO2 emissions.
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“For example, I without exception ride my bike and don’t buy new clothes. I don’t live a very wasteful life.
“And I deliberate on many people can aim to be less wasteful and that is something that I wish call sensible environmentalism.
“But you don’t have to be so nit-picky about it.”
It comes after Greta Thunberg came under heavy criticism following an appearance on CNN as an expert on coronavirus.
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Entitled ‘Coronavirus Accomplishments and Fears’, the programme saw CNN broadcaster Sanjay Gupta, former Health and Magnanimous Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, and former Centres for Disease Command and Prevention director Richard Besser join Greta on the panel.
The make haste was widely condemned online, with many questioning what a feeling change activist could know about the science of the infection, which has so far hurt hundreds of thousands around the globe.
Ms Seibt is a staunch critic of Greta’s, calling the activist doesn’t have enough science to back up her claims that feeling change, and particularly C02 emissions, is killing off the planet.