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Guyana President Irfaan Ali Has Heated Exchange With BBC Reporter Over Climate Change, Gas Exploration

The President of Guayana, Dr. Irfaan Ali, had an interesting exchange with a BBC reporter over the issue of climate change. Guyana is a country in northern South America nestled between Venezuela and Suriname. They have a coastline rich in unexplored oil and natural gas deposits. The government has expressed a desire to explore and harvest these resources to benefit their local economy in various ways. However, some people, namely the green energy crowd, do not want this to happen. The BBC reporter cited Greenpeace, who says the best way for the Earth to move forward is to leave all “fossil fuels” in the ground. Dr. Ali strongly rebuked this assertion and lecture from the reporter in a glorious interview.

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What Gives You The Right To Lecture Us: Guyana President Schools BBC Reporter

‘Are you in the pockets of those who damaged the environment?’: Guyanese president rips into BBC reporter – Firstpost

‘I Am Going To Lecture You On Climate Change’: Guyanese President Confronts BBC Journalist, Calls Out Western Hypocrisy

Guyana President shuts BBC interviewer down on carbon emissions question: ‘This is the hypocrisy…’. Viral video

Guyanese President says ‘I would lecture you on climate change’ to BBC journalist when discussing country’s oil reserve | Trending – Hindustan Times

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