Greta Thunberg vows to go 'net zero on swear words' after COP26 chant

Greta Thunberg vows to go ‘net zero on swear wordsand to ‘say something niceif she turns the air blue after chanting ‘you can shove your climate crisis up your a***’ COP26で

  • Greta Thunberg has taken to Twitter to declare she is now ‘net-zero’ 罵倒について
  • This week she was filmed singing ‘You can shove your climate crisis up your a**e
  • She also spoke about people being ‘p****d offduring an interview with the BBC
  • Activist has vowed to ‘say something niceevery time she uses bad language
  • グレタ・トゥーンバーグ, who has turned the air blue while campaigning in グラスゴー, has today promised to go ‘net-zero’ 罵倒について.

    The teenage activist spoke about people being ‘p****d off’ 抗議によって、また「あなたはあなたの気候危機をあなたのa ** eに押し上げることができます’ while outside COP26.

    But the 18-year-old Swede, 彼女が旅行するところはどこでもPRアドバイザーとサポーターが同行します, 今日、彼女の悪い言葉の使用を補うために、冗談めかして誓約しました.

    彼女は「ネットゼロ」になることを約束しました’ – 彼らが環境に引き起こす害のバランスをとることを目的とする人々によって一般的に使用される用語 – 「いいことを言うことで’ 彼女が誓うたびに.

    Twitterで500万人のフォロワーに誓約を発表, 18歳は言った: 「私は、冒とく的な言葉や不適切な言葉でネットゼロにすることを決定したことを発表できてうれしく思います。.

    「私が不適切なことを言う必要がある場合, いいことを言ってそれを補うことを誓います。’








    グレタ・トゥーンバーグ, who has turned the air blue while campaigning in Glasgow, has today promised to go 'net-zero' on swearing

    グレタ・トゥーンバーグ, who has turned the air blue while campaigning in Glasgow, has today promised to go ‘net-zero’ 罵倒について

    The teenage activist spoke about people being 'p****d off' by protests while on the BBC and was also filmed singing 'You can shove your climate crisis up your a**e' while outside COP26

    The teenage activist spoke about people being ‘p****d offby protests while on the BBC and was also filmed singing ‘You can shove your climate crisis up your a**e’ COP26の外にいる間

    The Swede has pledged to go 'net-zero' - 彼らが環境に引き起こす害のバランスをとることを目的とする人々によって一般的に使用される用語 - by 'saying something nice' every time she swears

    The Swede has pledged to go ‘net-zero’ – 彼らが環境に引き起こす害のバランスをとることを目的とする人々によって一般的に使用される用語 – 「いいことを言うことで’ 彼女が誓うたびに

    それは、10代の運動家が、「気候危機を押し上げることができる」という詠唱で主要な抗議者を撮影した後のことです。’ 月曜日の彼女の集会から新たに出現したビデオのCOP26で.

    フェスティバルパークの外, ミス・トゥーンバーグは情熱的で口汚いスピーチをしました, デモ参加者に伝える: 「インサイドコップ, 私たちの未来を真剣に受け止めているふりをしている政治家や権力者だけがいます… もう何とか何とか何とか, 彼らがそこで行っているf ***はもうありません!’

    世界中の政府の長が地球を破滅から救うために何ができるかについて話し合ったとき, スウェーデンのエコ活動家は、彼女が仲間の活動家を詠唱したとき、迫り来る自然災害の責任を彼らに真っ向から負わせたようでした。: 「あなたはあなたの気候危機をあなたのa ***に押し上げることができます」.

    Forty officers are called in to seize a giant inflatable Loch Ness Monster near COP26 summit

    周り 40 警察, including officers from Scotland Yard, swooped today to seize a giant inflatable Loch Ness Monster near COP26.

    グラスゴー police were joined by Metropolitan Police officers and some from Merseyside on the raid. They were backed up by coastguard personnel.

    The target was the ‘Loch Ness Debt Monster’, a 13ft high and 26ft long inflatable which had been commissioned by campaigners pressing COP26 to ease debt for poorer nations.

    The giant toy had being situated beside the River Clydewith permissionon private land owned by The Govan Wetlands Project since yesterday.

    It was about half a mile from the venue for the summit, and campaigners had no plans to take it up the river. But police swooped at breakfast time and ‘arrestedthe toy.

    One police officer told MailOnline: ‘Step away from the monster. Anybody who obstructs will be arrested.But another joked: ‘We haven’t got a cell big enough for it.

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    スコットランドの出席者は、「あなたはあなたのルールをあなたのa ***に押し上げることができます」と歌うことを提案するように見えました’ ミス・トゥーンバーグが「ピクニック」の人気メロディーに自分のスピンをかける前に「ピクニック」.

    ミス・トゥーンバーグがエアブルーに変わったのは、1週間で2回目でした。, BBCで罵倒語を出した後.

    活動家は、エコ熱狂者のインシュレート・ブリテンによる最近の抗議について尋ねられたとき、アンドリュー・マーからインタビューを受けていました。.

    彼女は言いました: 「明確にするために, 誰もけがをしない限り, それなら時々あなたは何人かの人々を怒らせる必要があると思います.

    'お気に入り, 例えば, 摩擦がなければ、学校のストライキ運動はそれほど大きくなることはなかったでしょう。, 一部の人々が怒られなかった場合。’

    しかし、記録された分水界前の放送局は視聴者からの苦情を促しました, 一言で: 「グレタはただ「p *** edoff」と言ったのですか’ 流域の数時間前にBBCで? ライブではありません, BBCが編集しなかった理由がわかりません。’

    別の主張: ‘Erm “p *** ed off” Ofcom pre-watershedによると、受け入れられません。;

    しかし、3番目のツイート: ‘Greta saying “p *** ed off” BBCで – あなたの女の子に良い – あなたのポイントを乗り越える。’

    10代の運動家は、今夜、ニューヨークタイムズ紙の「NewsTravelsFast」というタイトルのハイブロウ気候イベントで講演する予定です。 – 気候変動の報道におけるメディアの役割。’

    彼女はペンシルベニア大学のマイケル・マン教授と一緒に話している, レベッカ・ブルーメンシュタイン紙の副編集長であり、ウガンダの気候正義活動家であるヴァネッサ・ナカテ.

    その間, 周り 40 警察, including officers from Scotland Yard, swooped today to seize a giant inflatable Loch Ness Monster near COP26.

    グラスゴー police were joined by Metropolitan Police officers and some from Merseyside on the raid. They were backed up by coastguard personnel.

    The target was the ‘Loch Ness Debt Monster’, a 13ft high and 26ft long inflatable which had been commissioned by campaigners pressing COP26 to ease debt for poorer nations.

    The giant toy had being situated beside the River Clydewith permissionon private land owned by The Govan Wetlands Project since yesterday.

    It was about half a mile from the venue for the summit, and campaigners had no plans to take it up the river. But police swooped at breakfast time and ‘arrestedthe toy.

    One police officer told MailOnline: ‘Step away from the monster. Anybody who obstructs will be arrested.But another joked: ‘We haven’t got a cell big enough for it.








    周り 40 警察, including officers from Scotland Yard, swooped today to seize a giant inflatable Loch Ness Monster at COP26

    周り 40 警察, including officers from Scotland Yard, swooped today to seize a giant inflatable Loch Ness Monster at COP26

    Glasgow police were joined by Metropolitan Police officers and some from Merseyside on the raid. They were backed up by coastguard personnel

    Glasgow police were joined by Metropolitan Police officers and some from Merseyside on the raid. They were backed up by coastguard personnel

    The inflatable had being situated beside the River Clyde with permission on private land owned by The Govan Wetlands Project since yesterday

    The inflatable had being situated beside the River Clyde with permission on private land owned by The Govan Wetlands Project since yesterday

    It was about half a mile from the venue for the summit, and campaigners had no plans to take it up the river. But police swooped at breakfast time and 'arrested' the toy

    It was about half a mile from the venue for the summit, and campaigners had no plans to take it up the river. But police swooped at breakfast time and ‘arrestedthe toy

    Senior police officers told activists from the Jubilee Debt Campaign 'Nessie' was being seized under section 20 of the police and fire reform act

    Senior police officers told activists from the Jubilee Debt Campaign ‘Nessiewas being seized under section 20 of the police and fire reform act

    Senior police officers told activists from the Jubilee Debt Campaign ‘Nessiewas being seized under section 20 of the police and fire reform act.

    JDC executive director Ms Heidi Chow said: ‘I think that was completely overreaction, and over policing for a non violent harmless stunt to raise the issue of debt to address the climate crisis.

    ‘This is a sad reflection of the way that debt is being sidelined in the main COP26 negotiations. They told us that waterways are all restricted because of COP26.

    Loose Women star Kaye Adams says she was stopped and questioned by plain clothes police officer at COP26 for acting ‘surreptitiously

    Loose Women star Kaye Adams said she was stopped and questioned by a plain clothes police officer at the Cop26 climate conference in Glasgow yesterday for allegedly 'acting surreptitiously'

    Loose Women star Kaye Adams said she was stopped and questioned by a plain clothes police officer at the Cop26 climate conference in Glasgow yesterday for allegedly ‘acting surreptitiously

    Loose Women star Kaye Adams said she was stopped and questioned by a plain clothes police officer at the Cop26 climate conference in Glasgow yesterday for allegedly ‘acting surreptitiously’.

    The Scottish-born TV personality, 58, had been filming crowds outside the site of the UN-run global summit on her Instagram story when she was apparently approached by an undercover officer.

    ‘Just slightly concerned to be stopped and questioned by a plain clothes police officer who thought I was dodgy’, Ms Adams wrote on the Instagram story while she was being quizzed.

    She later tweeted: ‘Just got stopped and questioned by a plain clothes police officer near #COP26 for actingsurreptitiously”. Never been accused of that before!’

    When a Twitter user asked: ‘Were you being suspiciously surreptitious?’, the Loose Women panellist replied: ‘Secretive filming apparently. I had my secretive iPhone in my secretive hand.

    Though Ms Adams has been lighthearted about the incident, the policing of Cop26 has come under scrutiny, with an average of 10,000 officers from Police Scotland and forces around Britain on duty every day for three weeksand the UK Government picking up the bill.

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    ‘It appears to me that our Nessie was seized under section 20 of police and fire reform act in suspicion of crime and that crime was simply being placed on restricted waters.

    ‘We were not going to take the inflatable up the river.

    ‘It is a bit ridiculous that there were so many police officers here. There were even some from Norfolk.

    Another activist said: ‘All we want to do is highlight the debt that nations though.

    ‘They seem to have bad talk about it at COP26 so at least we have a debate outside here. They didn’t need to take Nessie though.

    One activist on Twitter said: ‘We came this morning to inflate the Loch Ness Debt Monster and raise the importance of global South debt for the climate crisis.

    Instead the police impounded Nessie and tried to block our message, just like debt is being blocked from the COP26 discussions!’

    It comes as UK chancellor リシ・スナック today unveiled wide-ranging proposals to ‘rewire’ the economy towards reducing global warming.

    The package will see trillions of pounds of assets controlled by the City of ロンドン redirected away from carbon-intensive sectors like coal and oil towards initiatives such as electric car batteries.

    It will also impose requirements on all UK-listed companies to set out proposals to ‘transition’ towards net zero in the coming decades, with firms assessed annually against their published plans.

    Those that fail to make enough progress, or whose plans are deemed too weak, could face sanctions including fines or even removal from the stock exchange.

    Critics of Mr Sunak’s plans fear they could lead to firms quitting the City of London to avoid the red tape.

    The move comes after years of uncertainty for the financial centre in the wake of Brexit and the upheaval caused by Covid-19, which among other factors has seen millions of employees working from home rather than the heart of the City.

    Ministers hope the scheme will lead to a rapid shift away from investment in polluting industries and help drive progress towards the Government’s target of making the UK carbon neutral by 2050.

    The Treasury said the plan would make the City ‘the world’s first net zero-aligned financial centre’.

    But the compulsion is likely to prove controversial with some, and could have big consequences for firms in sectors such as oil, gas and mining – BP, Shell and mining giants Rio Tinto and Glencore are among those listed in London.

    The Confederation of British Industry gave the idea a cautious welcome last night, saying that business was already ‘upping its game’. But the trade body warned it was vital ministers work with colleagues abroad to produce ‘globally consistent’ rules to prevent British-based firms being penalised.

    City veteran Alasdair Haynes, chief executive of stock exchange Aquis, said it was ‘good that climate disclosures are put into companies’ reports and accounts’, but warned: ‘You have to have proportionality.

    ‘A lot of fast-growing companies are facing high costs to complete their reporting, especially when you look at the detail of what’s needed.’

    Biden leads the exodus of world leaders from Glasgow as they jet home after just 48 hours leaving negotiation teams behind to thrash out the details

    ジョー・バイデン last night led the exodus of world leaders from グラスゴー as they jetted home after just 48 hours at the Cop26 サミット.

    Heads of state from across the globe made their exit after an intense start to the week in the Scottish city, but left their negotiation teams behind to continue to thrash out the detail on how to save the world from the perils of 気候変動.

    The US President was among those to depart on Tuesday evening, being pictured boarding Air Force One at Edinburgh airport.

    He waved goodbye to the UK after saying he couldn’t think of any two days when more progress has been achieved in dealing with climate.

    At a press conference before leaving Glasgow, Mr Biden said it was important to step up the pace when it came to tackling global warming.

    ‘Glasgow must be the start of a decisive decade of action so that we can keep 1.5 地域の. We have to keep accelerating our progress,’ 彼は言った.

    Joe Biden last night led the exodus of world leaders from Glasgow as they jetted home after just 48 hours at the Cop26 summit

    Joe Biden last night led the exodus of world leaders from Glasgow as they jetted home after just 48 hours at the Cop26 summit

    The US President was among those to depart on Tuesday evening, after saying he couldn't think of any two days when more progress has been achieved in dealing with climate

    The US President was among those to depart on Tuesday evening, after saying he couldn’t think of any two days when more progress has been achieved in dealing with climate

    ‘For our part, the United States is going to keep raising the ambition and delivering a goal that we are reducing US emissions by 50% から 2005 level by 2030.

    ‘I can’t think of any two days more has been accomplished dealing with climate than these past two days.

    Mr Biden added that Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin had made a mistake in failing to appear at the Cop26 talks.

    彼は言った: ‘We showed up. By showing up, I think we had a profound impact on the way, おもう, the rest of the world is looking at the United States and its leadership.

    ‘I think it has been a mistake, 率直に言って, with respect to China, not showing up.

    ‘They have the lost the ability to influence people around the world and here in Cop. The same way I would argue with Russia.

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