Greta Thunberg Is Actually Making the Environment WORSE With By Constantly Doing This…

Climate change activist Greta Thunberg has taken the world by storm by being a young animated girl who is seemingly trying to fight climate change – even though it isn't a real thing. She even won TIME magazine's person of the year award even though she didn't get the most votes.

So she's been traveling around the world to various events to speak and has been doing it by boat rather instead of flying on a plane as an effort to reduce carbon emissions.

While that sounds great, her actions are actually doing more harm than good than if she would have just got on a plane.

Consider this vessel that she's sailing on and all the manpower that's required to operate the boat. It's so many that they flew out two crews by plane to come work on the boat. Don't forget that they're going to need to fly back home also. Altogether that's 4 flights.

Then consider where she's sailing to and that she's going to have to sail against prevailing winds, that requires fuel.

Here is what ABC Society said about Greta's catamaran (translated from Spanish)

Anyone who knows some navigation knows that catamarans cannot sail against the wind and only do so if they are fed by carrying winds, that is, fin or stern . To cross the Atlantic at this time of year the prevailing winds are from the east, that is to say that the catamaran would be found in the bow. To save them, he should have headed north on a board that would put him far north of the British Isles so he could turn starboard (right) and head towards the coast of Galicia. November and December, as it has been shown, are two months of great swells in the North Atlantic, which together with the gulf currents is a great effort for fishing and oil tankers that are going to motor…

…This navigation on this type of boat does not last three weeks, that surely does not. For the course that has marked the catamaran’s logbook this navigation was not done, but the north was avoided by the storms and the arrival in Galicia was rejected by changing it to Lisbon. This means that the Australian catamaran Riley Whitelum and Elayna Carausu is either extraterrestrial or has been sailing with its two engines.

Volvo consuming more or less four liters of diesel per hour each of the engines, which with the bad conditions with which they say they found consumption may have been, more or less twice, that is about 16 liters of diesel time . How much have they spent? Check out. How much have they contaminated? Much more than if I had flown from New York to Madrid in a commercial plane.

Photo Credit: Anders Hellberg