In his speech to the high-level General Debate at the General Assembly on Tuesday, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson declared that it is time for mankind to grow up and take responsibility for the damage we are inflicting on the planet.
In a speech, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has told world leaders at the United Nations that humanity has to “grow up” and tackle climate change, saying humans must stop trashing the planet like a teenager on a bender.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson pushed the world to ‘grow up’ and tackle climate change during his annual United Nations address to world leaders and contradicted Muppets character Kermit the Frog by saying: ‘It is easy to be green.
What people are saying?
Robert Patman Boris Johnson’s belated flip-flop on the dangers of climate change is welcome, but it is not convincing. The climate threat has been with us since 1988 but Johnson and many of his Conservative party colleagues remained in denial until Johnson became party leader in 2019.
Acidic Savior There’s too much money involved for it to happen. Between big oil and big tech the necessary change to slow it is nothing more than a pipe dream. Do they care? Of course not. They’re rich. They won’t be alive when things get really bad. They see it as a problem for the future.