Greta Thunberg says there will be “net zero” when cursing.

The 18-year-old Swede was filmed singing “You can shove your climate crisis up your a ** e” with colleagues fighting for climate change to the tune of the famous children’s song “She’ll be coming ’round the mountain “. the first day of the COP26 summit in Glasgow, Scotland.

After some responded to her choice of words, Thunberg posted a smiling response to her five million followers on Twitter on Wednesday morning.

“I am pleased to announce that I have decided to get rid of swearing and bad language. In case I say something inappropriate, I undertake to compensate it with the words something nice. # COP26,” she wrote.

Thunberg spoke at a recent Youth for Climate conference, addressing leaders and hinting that their speech on climate meant “blah, blah, blah”.

Thunberg joined other “Friday for the Future” activists on Monday at a demonstration at the Glasgow Park Festival, near the UN climate summit, where she once again mocked politicians for their inaction on the climate.

She said politicians and delegates gathered at COP talks are “pretending to take our future seriously.”

“Change there will not come from within. It’s not leadership, it’s leadership,” Thunberg added, referring to a group of protesters gathered outside.

“That’s what leadership looks like. We say it’s no more blah blah blah, no more exploitation of people and nature and the planet … No more what the hell are they doing in there,” she continued.

Over the weekend, the environmental activist received a welcome from the rock star when she was attacked by fans at the central station in Glasgow.

Thunberg shows off to cameras and fans after arriving in Glasgow on Saturday ahead of the COP26 summit.

After traveling north by train from London, Thunberg looked in good spirits and raised her thumb to the photographer as she made her way through the station on arrival, surrounded by police and other climate activists.



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