REPORT: Captain of Greta Thunberg’s sailboat foils ‘zero emissions’ plans by flying to US

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BY TEAM DML / DECEMBER 2, 2019 /

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Greta Thunberg’s plan for carbon-free travel was contradicted when her sailboat captain flew across the Atlantic Ocean to pick her up.

Thunberg, 16, has been on a tour of North America to raise awareness for climate change. As part of her pledge to cut back carbon dioxide emissions to save the planet, Thunberg vowed not to travel by air to limit her carbon footprint while she tours.

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The plan for “zero emissions” travel was subverted when Thunberg’s yacht captain, Nikki Henderson, 26, flew to the United States from England, burning roughly two or three tons of carbon CO2 in the process. Thunberg and her father, who has traveled North America throughout his daughter’s activist tour, could have flown aboard the same flight and burned just as much CO2.

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Thunberg’s group has been traveling for 21 days. They are expected to make land by Tuesday.


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