Questions for Greta

Questions for Greta

A lot of people have an issue with Greta Thunberg simply because she's an environmentalist. I'm not one of those because the environment and Outside [wildlife's home] is everything there is. Anyone trying to fight and defend Nature and the environment is a good soul in my book.

However, the sting is always in the tail, and when it comes to Thunberg much of the criticism is justified. My issue with her is that when I take the time to listen to her words of wisdom, I find they are empty. Anyone can stand on a soap box and criticise this and that but at the end of the day someone is going to raise their hand and ask the simple question "So, what's your solution?". The problem with Thunberg is that she has no answers.

Take her recent appearance at the nonsense COP26 event in Glasgow in November 2021:

'Cop26 is a failure': Greta Thunberg rallies climate activists in Glasgow, AdTube, 5th of November 2021.

Listen to what she has to say and see if you can find any (even one) answer or solution to the world's human-made environmental damage.

I would like nothing more than 10 minutes with Thunberg to ask the following basic questions:

Question: Greta, what's your alternative to oil and gas?

Answer: Err...

Question: Greta, what's your answer to the 51 trillion pieces of ocean plastic?

Answer: Err....

Question: Greta, what shall we use instead of the plastic "man made" fibre clothing you wear?

Answer: Err...

Question: Greta, how are you to heat your home in winter 100% renewably?

Answer: Err, ...

Question: Greta, if we are to move away from petrol/diesel to batteries how are we to solve the massive environmental damage in countries such as Chile that produce lithium?

Answer: Err, ...

Question: Greta, if we are to move away from petrol/diesel to nuclear how are we to solve the 1km deep holes from where the radioactive material is mined?

Answer: Err, ...

Question: Greta, in 2010 the 62 trillion spam emails sent consumed 33 billion kWh of electricity and added 20 million tonnes of CO2. What's your solution to reducing this?

Answer: Err, ...

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She's braindead.