Greta Thunberg ‘to moderate’ language after being criticized for yelling rudeness during protests against COP26

From October 31 to November 12, the United Nations Climate Change Conference 2021 on Glasgow, Scotland, so the young Swedish activist, Greta thunberg has taken the opportunity to demonstrate against the Actions and agreements that are being taken in it.

The 18-year-old is in the Scottish capital to lead the demonstrations against the political leaders participating in the Summit and pressure them to take important measures to prevent the heating global and its ravages worldwide.

Last monday, Greta thunberg gave a controversial speech near the headquarters of COP26, in which he assured that the true environmental fight was outside the Offices and not inside. Later he organized a song that caused outrage for many of those present in which they chanted the message: ‘they can put their climate crisis up their butt’.

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Given this, reactions They did not wait so much on social networks as within the Summit between the politicians present, who together invited her to limit her language rude, well not that vocabulary not appropriate for someone his age. The young activist Swedish did not take long to respond and this Wednesday, through his account Twitter published a message assuring that he will ‘try to’ reduce ‘the rudeness and compensate it with nice words, by way of derision.

Thunberg wrote: “I am pleased to announce that I have decided to stop swearing and swearing. In case I say something inappropriate, I promise to make it up to you by saying something nice.”

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COP26 Glasgow

Last Tuesday, 124 countries, including Mexico, signed an agreement to fight against deforestation, restore forests and create policies that promote sustainable development around the world to 2030. According to the secretaries of the UNIn the next few days, more governments could join another series of agreements in favor of the welfare and care of the environment.

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