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How did world leaders react to Greta Thunberg outburst and has it achieved anything?

Now that the young Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg has had her say at the United Nations Climate Change summit, we ask the question; What did world leaders think of her extraordinary outpouring of fury seemingly aimed directly at world leaders who looked on with both admiration, and it has to be said shock?

Furthermore, we must also ask will it make any difference, all will world leaders now that the conference is over, just continue to sweep the growing problem of both “Climate Change” and its effect on “Global Warming” under the carpet something which it would seem they have been doing for many years?

First of all I have to say I have total respect for the young Swedish activist, and feel it is so tragic that our own children have to teach us adults about the dangers of a problem, which quite frankly, has been staring at us in the face, for over 50 years, I myself have felt the utter contempt some deniers have for “Climate Change” activists, through two separate informational “Global warming” websites I run “Global Warming Media” and “World Global Warming,” quite frankly some of the comments are both derogatory and quite honestly frightening, so I write this opinion-based narrative with entirely open eyes, knowing that I will receive many outrageously worded comments.

OK, down to the business in-hand: While it was nice to see that the summit held at the UN offices in New York closed with some feeling of cautious praise, not only for its apparent achievements but also as they put it “their condemnation for its failures,” not often will you hear politicians or world leaders admitting that they have failed, on the other hand you got a distinct feeling that, OK, that’s over lets just all go home and carry on with our own agendas, something these so-called leaders have done time after time again.

So what did these leaders say were going to do once they got back home?