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Saturday, May 25, 2024

Greta Thunberg’s New Book Bashed for Hypocritical Carbon Footprint

'What's the carbon footprint of the book, dearie? Or is what you're doing so important that such niceties simply don't apply?...'

(Dmytro “Henry” AleksandrovHeadline USA) Greta Thunberg, who is famous for her climate change alarmism, recently published her latest piece of propaganda, The Climate Book, and was immediately criticized for her hypocrisy.

The book is a collection of essays from fellow climate crazies in the fields of meteorology, engineering, oceanography and history who want to convince the reader that the planet is going to burn pretty soon if people are not going to do anything, according to Express.

“I have gathered the wisdom of over one hundred contributors to highlight the many different crises we face and equip us with the knowledge we need to avoid a climate disaster,” Thunberg wrote on Twitter.

However, Thunberg’s life motto is “rules for thee but not for me,” and people on Twitter didn’t wait for a second to point that out, including Jordan Peterson.

A musician @FiveTimesAugust also criticized Thunberg.

“How are these books shipped? Truck? Plane? Electric Car? What’s the carbon footprint to get from warehouse to bookstore? How many trees to make the boxes they’re packed in? “How much oil is used in the machinery to print the books? So many questions…” he wrote.

Thunberg’s book is comprised of five sections that cover various aspects related to “climate change,” including how it works, how it impacts the planet, its effects on people, what actions have been taken so far and what still needs to be done.

The book includes 105 guest essays that cover a wide range of topics, like ice shelves, economics, fast fashion, extinction of species, water shortages and the importance of respecting the sustainable practices of American Indians.

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