Devilville: Former James Bond star Pierce Brosnan praised Saturday's top 10 climate activist Greta Tunberg, but warned her to protect her.
Brosnan described Thunberg as "a magnificent young woman. I wish all success."
But according to AFP's comment on the Deauville film festival, a 66-year-old Irish actor added that "she should be careful and protected."
Brosnan cited Thunberg's case, urging people to work locally on environmental issues. He said that in many cases he starts with children.
"Greta with that influence can have a strong impact on young people."
Tunberg, just 16 years old, sat outside the Swedish Parliament in August 2018, exemplifying the climate change movement, demanding that politicians reduce carbon emissions and curb global warming.
She is currently in New York and offered a lift on a racing yacht after she refused to fly due to carbon emissions associated with air travel to the UN Summit on Carbon Emissions.
Toonberg was criticized and abused in an uncompromising attitude.
He and his wife directed the award-winning documentary "Poisoning Paradise" on Hawaii's pesticide industry, where she lives.
The film focuses on "GMO (GMO) (GMO), agriculture in which BASF Monsanto's impact on agriculture has a great impact on the community."
"Unfortunately, there are presidents who think there is no climate change," Brosnan said. "Donald Trump is" rolling back many environmental movements. "
Brosnan asked about the politics of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. "The world is in a sorry state between him and Trump. What happened in the UK is really a shame. Problems may arise in the future."
Brosnan played James Bond four times between 1995 and 2002, then passed the baton to current bond Daniel Craig.
He was in Deauville, on the north coast of France and paid tribute to his career.