World leaders who deny climate change should go to mental hospital – Samoan PM

Posted In Climate Change, News

Rising sea and severe coastal erosion, Anegada, British Virgin Islands. Photo courtesy of: © Andrew Cooper


The prime minister of Samoa has called climate change an “existential threat … for all our Pacific family” and said that any world leader who denied climate change’s existence should be taken to a mental hospital.

In a searing speech delivered on Thursday night during a visit to Sydney, Tuilaepa Sailele berated leaders who fail to take climate change seriously, singling out Australia, as well as India, China and the US, which he said were the “three countries that are responsible for all this disaster”…

Read Full Article; Guardian UK (08-30-2018)


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