Greta Thunberg weighs in on Australia’s fire ‘catastrophe’

Greta Thunberg
Greta Thunberg

Greta Thunberg the climate activist recently tweeted to her 3.7 million followers about Australia’s deadly bushfire dilemma, as she called out to politicians to take action, after being convinced that they are failing to take any action on rising temperatures and extreme weather events as many people and the environment suffers.

‘How is this possible?’ was her statement with pictures of how nature was destroyed by life-threatening heat with the reference of the overnight of cockatoos that had fallen dead from trees in western Victoria because of the disaster.

South Australia has suffered the most as 70 homes have been demolished and one person killed in the Adelaide Hills. 227 vehicles and 404 outbuildings have also been destroyed. The condition in the Gorse Valley fires and Gosper’s Mountain were at threats and another 11 crossways the state were at assistance level.

The PM dismissed Greta’s criticism in a press conference, saying he was concentrated on Australia’s interests. “Australia and the Australian Government will set our policies created on Australia’s national interests, on what Australia needs to do,” Mr. Morrison told reporters in Mudgee.