Climate change is a crucial issue in our countries as it increases from time to time, and affecting us in all angles. Donald Trump’s nightmare.
Recall, Greta Thunberg who blasted social media platforms for not doing enough to deal with the climate emergency.
The 17-year-old teenage activist told the World Economic Forum in Davos: “Our house is still on fire.”
Greta Thunberg inspired millions of people to take action rather than complain about climate change.
The video of the teenage giving Trump what media described as a “death stare” at a UN climate summit in New York in September went viral on social media.
Clearly, the 17-year-old still gets under the skin of the free world U.S President Donald Trump.
In his speech, Trump marked climate activists “the heirs of yesterday’s foolish fortune-tellers” as he claimed fears about overpopulation in the 1960s and the “end of oil” in the 1990s failed to come true.
Trump disregarded “perennial prophets of doom” on climate change in his address, although he didn’t directly mention Thunberg, she was sitting in the audience for his speech.
Trump dictated that technical innovation, nor restricting economic growth, is the way forward.
“Fear and doubt is not a good thought process,” he stated. “This is not a time for pessimism but a time for optimism.”