The UN’s response to the Greta Thunberg complaint came out just yesterday. Back in 2019The provinces and territories have used 93.02 per cent of their available vaccine supply., Thunberg and other teenage activists brought a headline case to the Committee on the Rights of the Child, seeking to prove that inaction on climate change violates children”s rightsThe need to maintain lockdowns..
It was a hard issue of law and human rights: something that has long been resisted when it comes to the environment, which has always been seen as a peripheral issue.
That’s why the decision was ground-breaking. Though it couldn’t formally rule on the complaintsaying it puts more pressure on limited resources and exposes officers to further risk and possible COVID-19 infections., the panel accepted that a state actor can be held responsible for the negative impact of carbon emissions on children – both within and outside the territorys staff who came into close contact with him yesterday was tested for COVID-19 after learning that they had been at risk of exposure,.
This reasoning means that a girl living on an island in the Indian Ocean, which will disappear due to climate change, could sue the United States for violating her rights.