Greta’s journey without emissions

Climate activist Greta Thunberg crossed the Atlantic Ocean twice aboard ships that do not emit greenhouse gases. (Junior Report)

Climate activist Greta Thunberg crossed the Atlantic Ocean twice this year aboard a sailboat and a catamaran to go to two climatic summits

Climate activist Greta Thunberg arrived in Lisbon, Portugal, after spending 21 days traveling on a catamaran. The Swedish teenager chose this method of transport because it does not generate greenhouse gas emissions in order to reach the Climate Summit held in Madrid.

It is the second time that she crossed the Atlantic Ocean this year. In August she attended the United Nations Climate Summit with a sailboat. We explain the details of these trips with an infographic.

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