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

Greta Thunberg
Greta Thunberg

The teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg has envisioned in on Australia’s deadly bushfire predicament, called out politicians ‘failing to make the connection’ between rising temperatures and extreme weather events and ‘Not even catastrophes like these seem to bring any political action.

‘How is this possible?’ she tweeted with pictures overnight of cockatoos that had dropped dead from trees in western Victoria because of the life-threatening heat to her 3.7million followers on Sunday night. Wherein in South Australia, at least 70 homes have been destroyed and at least one person killed in the 25,000ha Cudlee Creek blaze in the Adelaide Hills. More 404 outbuildings and 227 vehicles have also been destroyed, rendering to Premier Steven Marshall.

As of 7pm Sunday night, the Gosper’s Mountain and Gorse Valley fires were at the watch and act level and another 11 across the state were at advice level, according to the NSW Rural Fire Service website. Whereas PM dismissed Greta’s criticism in a press conference this afternoon, 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. You can also contribute help these by donating here in these organizations and support for the cause, for the latest news and RFS links visit Bushfire emergence.