Tote pants singer Campino commented on Friday's future climate movement around Greta Thunberg – as well as the real opinion of his opinion.
- Greta Thunberg wants to attend the World Conference on Climate Change in Madrid in November.
- Dead Pants singer Campino talks about the meaning of Fridays for the future,
- The well-known German musician appeals to the conscience of the citizens.
Madrid – Greta Thunberg is currently in the United States, from where it was originally designated to 2019 World Climate Conference I wanted to travel to Chile in December. Meanwhile, however, the venue was changed a second time: after it was scheduled to take place in Brazil, Chile also canceled. Instead, the UN meeting will take place in the Spanish capital of Madrid.
The Swedish climate activist is looking for a climate-friendly path back to Europe to attend the 25th edition of the United Nations Conference (2 – 13.12.). Time flies – and the Swede received, among other things, an immoral offer from a German airline.
Friday for the future and climate protection: Campino appeals to consumer behavior
Meanwhile, Greta gets Thunberg huge support And that too for countless celebrities. After recently meeting with environmental activist and actor Leonardo DiCaprio, Germany is also very popular for the efforts of 16-year-olds.
After recently singer Max Herre expressed praise for the climate activist, Campino Another party of the well known musician: the "Toten Hosen" singer explained in one dpa interviewthat he thinks is "huge", "what could move this little person through his energy and commitment".
Campino, whose real name is Andreas Frege means, it is late that the Climate change problem At the center of the social debate is moving: "Those who still ignore this can no longer help," explains the 57-year-old. At the same time, the icon of German music appeals to citizens and explicitly to consumer behavior: "Everyone can contribute something to it. Everyone can ask how much Clothing and flights he needs. "He recently expressed a WDR editor on Tagesthemen – and was criticized for his comment a few times sharply.
Greta Thunberg: School jumping? No problem for Campino
His son was an advocate of the climate movement "Fridays for the future" and participated in demos in Berlin. "If he had a problem with that, I'd fight for him," says Campino loitering for a good cause.
We are ignoring natural climate solutions.
– Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) November 10, 2019
Some acquaintances, however, have a more critical opinion about Greta Thunberg's climate movement: cabaret artist Dieter Nuhr has already expressed several negative points about the climate activist. Although his theses are shaking legs.
Greta Thunberg rarely gives interviews, but a Swedish reporter was surprised by the climate activist. It's about eating disorder and Merkel's selfies. Also, Greta Thunberg has an amazing relationship with Shirin David, as nordbuzz.de * reported.
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Greta also commented on US President Donald Trump. With her sometimes drastically expressed doubts about climate change, Greta Thunberg believes she has achieved just the opposite of what she wants to achieve. "He is so extreme and says such extreme things that I think somehow that's what woke people up," Swedish climate activist from Hampton, Virginia, told AFP. The 16-year-old wants to travel from the US East Coast Wednesday (local time) in a sailboat on the return trip to Europe.
"When he was elected, I told myself that people will wake up now, that people need to wake up," said Thunberg. "So maybe he helped." Thunberg has caused a stir since the beginning of its climate strike, Sextays for Future, about a year ago. Meanwhile, the 16-year-old has become a global icon in the fight against climate change and has mobilized millions of people around the world.
The GroKo therefore opposed the: the Bundestag decided on Friday submitted by the government's climate protection law. Whether warming up, refueling, commuting or flying: everyone will notice something.
* nordbuzz.de is part of Ippen's national digital editorial network.
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