Panel of Third Graders to dictate World Climate Change Policy
WASHINGTON, D.C.—At a panel on climate change held yesterday, the Senate brought in a group of excited third graders for ideas on fighting climate change.
"These kids have ideas and they are passionate, so we must listen to them," said Sen. Brian Schatz of Hawaii. "There are no possible downsides to taking kids who have been told the world is ending by the public school system and allowing them to dictate national policies on important issues."
Here are the top 4 suggestions on the 3rd graders list.
Bribing the climate with cookies and candy
Putting the climate on time-out
Just ignoring climate change and playing Fortnite
Building a giant magnet and sucking up all the bad climate stuff
The UN has a proposal in place to fly them to Davos for a more in depth conversation.