Greta Thunberg joins lawsuit against her own government for ‘insufficient climate action’

This story was originally published by the WND News Center.

Greta Thunberg, the teen climate activist from Sweden whose angry rants against everyone not aboard her green ideology repeatedly have made headlines, now has adopted a new plan: suing her own government.

Thunberg previously has not even been aligned with other climate change worriers around the globe, refusing to attend the United Nations’ recent COP27 climate conference in Egypt.

It’s because she said it fails to effectively push the environmental agenda, which actually has included fretting over global warming and global cooling both within memory.

She also recently fumed as the European Union declared natural gas a green energy source.

Now Bloomberg reports children and young adults including Thunberg have sued Sweden for failing to do enough to “stop climate change.”

The protesters recently marched through the Swedish capital to a court to sue.

According to reports hundreds of people under the age of 26 signed an 87-page claim submitted to Stockholm District Court.

“Sweden has never treated the climate crisis like a crisis,” claimed Anton Foley, of a group called Aurora, which assembled the claims. “Sweden is failing in its responsibility and breaking the law.”

A report explained, “Another activist, Ida Edling, said that Sweden ‘is pursuing a climate policy the research is very clear will contribute to a climate disaster in the future.'”

Thunberg’s government, in fact, hopes for a zero net emissions society by 2045.

Many such lawsuits have been filed in recent years with varying results.

Last year, Germany’s top court said the government had to adjust climate targets to avoid unduly burdening the young.

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