After tennis legend Roger Federer issued a statement regarding his relationship with Credit Suisse and the climate change controversy, some the climate activists seem to be pleasantly surprised by his statement, according to the BLICK newspaper.
Greta Thunberg - the Swedish young person having become basic community face of total activities against federal government techniques on environmental modification - joined up with the evaluation against Federer and Credit Suisse when she retweeted a post from activists 350.org Europe.
Shortly before the comments, a dozen climate activists went on trial for crashing a Credit Suisse office in Lausanne, Switzerland and playing tennis there, thereby protesting against the bank's support for fossil fuel extraction.
'We owe it to them and ourselves to listen. "@RogerFederer do you endorse this?"
"As the father of four young children and a fervent supporter of universal education, I have a great deal of respect and admiration for the youth climate movement".
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The stunt was meant to make people aware of the bank's investments in fossil fuels and stop them from "acting like nothing is happening".
In his response, the 20-time Grand Slam champion who is in Melbourne for the Australian Open, said: "I take the impacts and threat of climate change very seriously, particularly as my family and I arrive in Australia amidst devastation from the bushfires". "Roger, do you support them?" their banners read. "I acknowledge tokens of my duty as a private individual, as a competitor and as a business person, and I'm focused on utilizing this advantaged position to discourse on significant issues with my backers". He is also an Economics major from WSU and aims to be a teacher in various universities teaching them to first start pronouncing and writing in better English, unlike himself.
Credit Suisse has said it is "seeking to align its loan portfolios with the objectives of the Paris Agreement" and will not invest in new coal-fired power plants. It added in a statement: "Climate change is one of the most pressing challenges our planet is facing".
ROGER Federer today said he will donate to Australia's bushfire appeal after tennis players pledged hundreds of thousands of dollars to the disaster relief fund. He will be joining Serena Williams, Rafael Nadal and other tennis stars like Naomi Osaka, Caroline Wozniacki, Nick Kyrgios and Stefanos Tsitsipas.
Federer intensified the scrutiny when he released a statement of his own.