Fifteen-year-old youth climate activists Jean Hinchliffe and Harriet O’Shea Carre are disappointed Prime Minister Scott Morrision did not attend the UN Climate Change Summit in NY this week. SBS - Published
Jason Momoa Makes UN Climate Change Address In a speech, the 40-year-old detailed the effect of global warming on the Earth's oceans. Jason Momoa, via United Nations The former 'Game of Thrones' star..
**Not for use on social media** Sixteen-year-old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg finally opened up about her viral moment of staring at US President Donald Trump when he arrived at this week's..
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Climate activist Greta Thunberg gave US President Donald Trump quite the stare at the UN's climate summit in New York. Many supported her look of disdain on Twitter, before Mr Trump went on the claim..
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PM MODI ADDRESSES UN CLIMATE SUMMIT, TRUMP-MODI TO MEET IN NEW YORK ON TUESDAY, TRUMP TALKS KASHMIR: 'HEARD AN AGGRESSIVE STATEMENT FROM INDIA', GRETA THUNBERG MAKES STINGING SPEECH AT CLIMATE SUMMIT..
Environmental activist Greta Thunberg criticises the inaction of politicians on climate change in a speech to the United Nations. The emotional speech comes after the UN failed to deliver ambitious new..
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Following a global wave of climate strikes, activist Greta Thunberg spoke briefly at the first UN Youth Climate Summit Saturday.
We showed that we are united, and that we young people are unstoppable...
The Prime Minister, who chose not to attend the UN climate summit in New York, instead argued for a sweeping change to rules that apply to China. Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
More than 50 global leaders have appeared at a major United Nations climate change summit in New York. Scott Morrison was not among them. Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The Age •Brisbane Times
A report to be presented to the UN climate change summit in New York shows the world has just experienced its five hottest years on record. Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
Joining students marching through Canberra, former chief scientist Penny Sackett said the movement might be more effective than 25 years of UN climate summits. Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald