Climate Crisis: Greta Thunberg says UK climate leadership is a ‘lie’

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Sky News published this video item, entitled “Climate Crisis: Greta Thunberg says UK climate leadership is a ‘lie'” – below is their description.

Greta Thunberg says the UK need to stop claiming to be a ‘climate leader’ ahead of the COP26 summit. She says the reports the UK government publish saying they are reducing emissions are not including emissions from travel and trade.

Ms Thunberg was responding to a recent UNICEF report that says almost half the world’s children are living in countries classed as being at extremely high risk of climate change impacts.

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