Watch: Greta Thunberg’s ‘Fridays for Future’ releases video mocking large expenditure on Mars exploration

Watch: Greta Thunberg’s ‘Fridays for Future’ releases video mocking large expenditure on Mars exploration

The video, titled ‘1%’, takes a jibe on the governments all over the world spending billions on area exploration when the identical cash could possibly be used on Earth to sort out the local weather disaster

Watch: Greta Thunberg's 'Fridays for Future' releases video mocking massive expenditure on Mars exploration

The video launched by Fridays For Future forward of the touchdown of the Perseverance rover. Screenshot from YouTube

Civil society motion Fridays For Future, in a current video, launched a satirical tourism advert focusing on the obsession over NASA’s Perseverance rover touchdown on Mars.

The video, titled ‘1%’, takes a jibe on the governments all over the world spending billions of {dollars} on area exploration when the identical cash could possibly be used on Earth to sort out the local weather disaster.

The ‘commercial presents footage of the pink planet and its distinctive landscapes because the narrator says, “After greater than 5 million years of human existence on Earth, it’s time for a change.” In a typical tourism advert style, the narrator describes the pink planet as, “Mars a 56 million sq. miles of untouched land, breathtaking landscapes, and unimaginable views. Mars, an untainted planet, a brand new world. We are able to start once more. Mars presents the final word freedom.”

Fridays For Future Los Angeles mentioned in a press launch that the satirical tourism advert was launched forward of the arrival of NASA’s Perseverance Rover on Mars to awaken the 99 p.c of people who must keep on Earth and sort out the local weather disaster, in line with a News18 report.

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