G7 to focus on ecology / Boris Johnson criticized for traveling by plane rather than train to Cornwall Summit
The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Boris Johnson, has been criticized for his decision to travel to Cornwall, where the G7 summit takes place by plane and not by train, in a forum that will mostly talk about climate change and the challenge of reduction. of carbon consumption in developed countries.
Dozens of environmentalists have "bombarded" Johnson's social media profiles to point out what has been described as "hypocrisy" because just hours after pledging a "fairer, better and more ecological" world. , did not utilize the public rail network, but flew his prime plane to a destination no more than two hours from London.
"This is how serious Johnson is about climate protection. "He flew to Cornwall," reads the reaction of Zarah Sultana, a Labor MP.
Recall that one of the main issues to be debated at this G7 summit is the establishment of a global minimum of 25% for corporate taxes in order to raise the funds raised for green investments and the transition to a "green" economy.