UN Chief claims fossil fuels are 'incompatible with human survival'
The United Nations' 2022 climate summit hosted a reported 400 private jets.
The United Nations secretary-general didn't mince words when addressing how he feels about the oil and gas industry this week.
António Guterres lashed out at the fossil fuels industry following a meeting with civil society groups, the Associated Press reported. The industry, he said, is "trading the future" for money. Guterres urged them to move "away from a product incompatible with human survival."
"The problem is not simply fossil fuel emissions... It’s fossil fuels – period," he continued said.
Despite Guterres' passionate rebuke of fossil fuel usage, the United Nations reportedly owns an entire fleet of aircraft, and is known for hosting a lavish annual climate summit that draws as many as 400 private jets, according to Breitbart News.
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