"How dare you continue to look away and come here and say you're doing enough when the politics and solutions needed are still no where in sight".
U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres, who has been making a push to end new coal plant construction by 2020 to curb greenhouse gas emissions, did not want countries supporting the expansion of coal production to have allotted speaking time at the climate summit, so as a result, the leaders of Australia and Japan will reportedly also not be addressing the summit.
Merkel announced Germany would double Germany's contribution to a United Nations fund to support less developed countries to combat climate change to 4 billion euros from 2 billion euros. "We've known the science for 30 years and yet still", Helps said. President Trump is not participating in the highly anticipated worldwide gathering.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said her country would double to €4bn (£3.5bn; $4.4bn) it financial commitment to fight global warming.
He used kayaking as an analogy to climate change, explaining that balancing on a kayak is very hard, but if you lose your balance, you fall into the water.
"We'll be watching you", Thunberg told leaders at the Climate Action Summit in NY.
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres said Monday that reversing climate change "will require fundamental transformations in society", such as taxes for pollution and other measures. And that's why many of them are calling for this to be done every week until they see us adults taking this issue seriously.
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"We have broken the cycle of life", said Emmanuel Faber, chief executive of French food group Danone, who announced a "One Planet" initiative with a group of 19 major food companies to transition towards more sustainable farming.
Unlike her usual speeches, Thunberg became visibly emotional before the summit.
Or, as someone said at Friday's rally on the Capitol steps: The world will go on, but we will not be able to live on it. In a rousing answer regarding her message to world leaders, Thunberg took them to task for the global inaction regarding the climate crisis. They are telling us it's not too late to save their futures. But officials have also been careful to manage expectations and say today's summit is also a run-up event to the 2020 United Nations climate summit that the UK will host in Glasgow.
Monday's complaint focuses on a little-known "optional protocol" that came into effect in 2014 that allows children to file a complaint to the Committee on the Rights of the Child if they feel their rights are being denied.
While he said the climate emergency was a race the world was losing, it is a race that could be won, and urged leaders to "lace up our running shoes and win the climate race for us all".
Soaring average global temperatures from 2015 mean the last half-decade is on course to take the dubious record, according to a damning report.
The corridors of the United Nations were filled Saturday with young people in formal suits and ties, dresses, and traditional wear from their home countries, and others wearing simple t-shirts and jeans.
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