G Reta Thunberg, a 16-year-old climate activist and musician arrived in New York via a solar-powered yacht.
This is exciting news for many climate activists as Tunberg made waves by choosing to travel to the United States, where she would attend the United Nations Summit, taking a neutral carbon boat across the Atlantic. the ocean.
At the very least, unlike other supposed climate activists, it follows its environmental directives. Is that correct?
Well, not exactly.
According to a report by from the Associated Press, this maritime stunt will actually require flying people to the US just to sail the boat back. By itself, this makes Tunberg's trip almost useless. The sun explains:
However, reports in Germany have revealed that two people will have to launch in America to bring the ship back to Europe.
Some news sources claim that two more will be flown out to meet Greta, but these reports have not yet been confirmed. "
Hey, it's hard to be a climate activist. Megan Markle and Prince Harry, who said the couple would not have many children due to climate change came under fire for flying in four private jets in less than two weeks despite calling for a global carbon footprint
The thought process among so many active climate activists seems to be: Reduce your carbon footprint, plebe! Now, how long does my private jet leave? Tunberg's supporters are likely to remain oblivious to the actual carbon footprint of the plane on its transatlantic voyage.
The sun reports that a fan on Twitter said that "she was fighting characters."
Of course. Symbols may look good, but they do not limit carbon emissions beyond the hashtag advertised by self-made celebrities.