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Greta Thunberg sets sail for Madrid’s COP25 onto a catamaran

Greta Thunberg declared on Twitter on Wednesday.

Thunberg is on a 48ft catamaran named La Vagabonde, using an Australian couple that is traveling the world with their newborn child by ship and posting in their expertise on YouTube.

Thunberg has been traveling the US and assembly climate activist groups across North America since August. She arrived in New York on a different sailboat that had awarded her a carbon-neutral elevator from Europe.

She’s been to many US states including New York, California, North Dakota, Iowa, Virginia, every Friday linking the Youth for Climate Friday marches from town she had been in, while also appearing on national TV, providing speeches in the U.N., also assembly celebrities and public figures included with the climate motion.

She won’t fly to protest the high degree of CO2 made by commercial flights, which considerably contributes to climate change.

Thunberg had originally intended to remain in America more, slowly making her way into South America, where Chile was anticipated to sponsor the COP25 assembly.

But following a wave of protests erupted from the capital, Santiago, the nation announced that it could no longer host the discussions, and Spain provided Madrid as an alternate place.

This abandoned Thunberg needing a boat journey back to Europe.

“It ends up I have traveled around the world, the incorrect way”, she tweeted, including: “If anybody can help me locate transportation I’d be so grateful.”

Greta Thunberg declared on Twitter on Wednesday.

The 16-year-old climate activist is sailing to Madrid from Virginia in the US to attend the COP25 climate conference in Spain, which starts in December.

Thunberg is on a 48ft catamaran named La Vagabonde, using an Australian couple who are traveling the world with their newborn child by ship and posting in their expertise on YouTube.

Thunberg has been touring the US and assembly climate activist groups across North America since August. She arrived in New York on another sailboat that had awarded her a carbon-neutral elevator from Europe.

She’s been to many US states including New York, California, North Dakota, Iowa, Virginia, every Friday linking the Youth for Climate Friday marches from town she was in, while also appearing on national TV, giving speeches at the U.N., also assembly celebrities and public figures involved with the climate movement.

She won’t fly to protest the high level of CO2 made by commercial flights, which greatly contributes to climate change.

Thunberg had originally intended to remain in America much longer, slowly making her way to South America, where Chile was expected to host the COP25 meeting.

But following a wave of protests erupted in the Chilean capital, Santiago, the country announced that it could no longer host the discussions, and Spain provided Madrid as an alternative place.

This left Thunberg in need of a boat ride back to Europe.

“It ends up I’ve traveled around the world, the wrong way”, she tweeted, adding: “If anyone can help me locate transport I would be so grateful.”

“We sail for home!” Greta Thunberg declared on Twitter on Wednesday.

Thunberg is on a 48ft catamaran named La Vagabonde, with an Australian couple that is traveling the world with their newborn child by boat and posting about their experience on YouTube.

Thunberg has been traveling the US and assembly climate activist groups across North America since August. She arrived in New York on another sailboat which had awarded her a carbon-neutral lift from Europe.

She’s been to several US states including New York, California, North Dakota, Iowa, Virginia, every Friday linking the Youth for Climate Friday marches in the city she had been in, while also appearing on national TV, giving speeches at the U.N., and assembly with celebrities and public figures involved in the climate movement.

She refuses to fly to protest the high degree of CO2 produced by commercial flights, which greatly contributes to climate change.

Thunberg had originally intended to stay in America more, slowly making her way into South America, where Chile was anticipated to host the COP25 assembly.

But after a wave of protests erupted in the capital, Santiago, the country announced that it could no longer host the talks, and Spain offered Madrid as an alternate venue.

This abandoned Thunberg needing a boat ride back to Europe.

“It ends up I’ve traveled halfway around the world, the wrong way”, she tweeted, including: “If anybody could help me find transportation I would be so grateful.”

“We sail for home!” Greta Thunberg announced on Twitter on Wednesday.

The 16-year-old climate activist is drifting to Madrid from Virginia in the US to attend the COP25 climate conference in Spain, which starts in December.

Thunberg is on a 48ft catamaran called La Vagabonde, using an Australian couple that is traveling the world with their newborn child by boat and posting in their expertise on YouTube.

Thunberg has been traveling the US and assembly climate activist groups across North America since August. She arrived in New York on a different sailboat which had given her a carbon-neutral lift from Europe.

She has been to several US states including New York, California, North Dakota, Iowa, Virginia, each Friday joining the Youth for Climate Friday marches from the city she had been in, while also appearing on national TV, giving speeches in the U.N., also meeting celebrities and public figures included in the climate motion.

She won’t fly to protest the high level of CO2 made by commercial flights, which greatly contributes to climate change.

Thunberg had originally planned to remain in America much longer, slowly making her way to South America, where Chile was expected to sponsor the COP25 meeting.

But following a wave of protests erupted from the Chilean capital, Santiago, the nation announced that it could no longer host the talks, and Spain offered Madrid as an alternative venue.

This left Thunberg needing a boat journey back to Europe.

“It ends up I have traveled around the world, the incorrect way”, she tweeted, including: “If anyone could help me locate transportation I would be so grateful.”

“We sail for home!” Greta Thunberg announced on Twitter on Wednesday.

The 16-year-old climate activist is sailing to Madrid from Virginia in the US to attend the COP25 climate conference in Spain, which starts in December.

Thunberg is on a 48ft catamaran called La Vagabonde, with an Australian couple who are traveling the world with their newborn child by boat and posting about their experience on YouTube.

Thunberg has been touring the US and meeting with climate activist groups across North America since August. She arrived in New York on another sailboat which had given her a carbon-neutral lift from Europe.

She has been to several US states including New York, California, North Dakota, Iowa, Virginia, each Friday joining the Youth for Climate Friday marches in the city she was in, while also appearing on national TV, giving speeches at the U.N., and meeting with celebrities and public figures involved in the climate movement.

She refuses to fly to protest the high level of CO2 produced by commercial flights, which greatly contributes to climate change.

Thunberg had originally planned to stay in America much longer, slowly making her way to South America, where Chile was expected to host the COP25 meeting.

But after a wave of protests erupted in the Chilean capital, Santiago, the country announced that it could no longer host the talks, and Spain offered Madrid as an alternative venue.

This left Thunberg in need of a boat ride back to Europe.

“It turns out I’ve traveled halfway around the world, the wrong way”, she tweeted, adding: “If anyone could help me find transport I would be so grateful.”

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