The 17-year-old Swede said she never engages in party politics but that “the next US election is beyond all that”. She tweeted: “From a climate point of view this is very far from enough and many of you have of course supported other candidates. But, I mean, you fucking know! You just have to organize yourself and get everyone to vote for Biden. “
Mr Trump also sarcastically commented on Ms Thunberg’s speech at a United Nations climate summit last year, in which she angrily denounced world leaders for not addressing climate change by demanding, ‘How dare -you? “.
Ms Thunberg and the Fridays for Future movement were nominated for this year’s Nobel Peace Prize, which was awarded to the United Nations World Food Program on Friday.
Mr Trump focused on dismantling former President Barack Obama’s climate agenda to free the energy and automotive industries from the costs of regulations designed to protect health and the environment, while Mr Biden is committed to creating new green infrastructure.
The Biden campaign has accused the Trump administration of ignoring science on topics ranging from climate change to the coronavirus pandemic.
But his stance on fossil fuels and fracking has come up in both the First Presidential Debate and the Vice Presidential Debate as Mr. Trump’s campaign attempts to use him to describe Mr. Biden as “too liberal.” “.
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Mr Biden has repeatedly said he will not pursue the fracking ban, although he will oppose new permits to drill on federal lands.
Hydraulic fracturing is a key issue in areas such as western Pennsylvania and eastern Ohio, where the technique has led to a boom in power generation over the past decade.
Mr Biden also tried to strengthen his position with the environmental lobby last week when he called for a global effort to offer $ 20 billion to end Amazon deforestation and threatened Brazil with “no economic consequences”. specified if he did not “stop demolishing the forest”.
In response, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro criticized Mr. Biden for making cowardly threats against Brazil’s sovereignty.