Greta Thunberg comments on Joe Biden’s climate policy. In doing so, she sharply criticizes the US president.
- US President Joe Biden rejoined the Paris Climate Agreement shortly after taking office.
- Nevertheless, he does not do enough for climate protection, thinks Greta Thunberg.
- More about the 46th President of the USA in den Biden-News.
Washington DC – One of the first acts of the incumbent US president Joe Biden was the re-entry into the Paris Climate Agreement. Under the leadership of his predecessor Donald Trump, the United States withdrew from the agreement. Climate activist Greta Thunberg nevertheless expresses sharp criticism Joe Biden.
Greta Thunberg: Joe Biden’s measures against climate change not “nearly enough”
In an interview with the American news channel MSNBC it was Greta Thunberg asked what grade she Joe Biden in its endeavors to combat climate change. She refused to give a grade but made it clear that it would not be good. “You’d better look at the science and whether its strategies are in line with the Paris Climate Agreement. And then you can clearly see that, according to scientific guidelines, it’s not nearly enough. “
When Greta Thunberg was asked what the government was under Joe Biden should do what has not already been done, replied the climate activist von Fridays for Future: “Treat the climate crisis like a crisis. They have said themselves that it is an existential threat and they should treat it accordingly, which they don’t. You treat climate change as just one of many political issues among others. ”
Greta Thunberg: Recognize the climate crisis as a crisis
She appealed to the US government, the citizens of the US to fully visualize the situation. “What we need is attention and we need to get public opinion to treat the crisis like a crisis. Because if people do not identify the crisis as such, then of course they will not put pressure on the elected leaders. So i would Joe Biden say to present the situation as it actually is. “(Marvin Ziegele)