Mnuchin pointed to health and national security issues as equally as important as economic risks from changes in climate. Of course these demands have been completely ignored.
"The problem isn't being treated as the crisis it's", Thunberg added.
"Is she the economist?"
After insisting he was joking, he added at the World Economic Forum in Davos: 'After she goes and studies economics in college, she can come back and explain that to us'.
"They don't have to do anything because they aren't being held responsible", she complained before joining other young people at one of her regular "Fridays for Future" protests in Davos. "If we had been careful we couldn't do what we do".
"We've left our comfort zones to show you that it is time for all of you to leave your comfort zones because it's the uncomfortable things that we do that will be able to save the planet", Nakate said during the panel.
At the end of the press conference, Thunberg and her fellow activists marched through Davos to conduct their regular School Strike for the climate.
The heir to the British throne, who's well-known for his environmental campaigning, was pictured meeting and shaking hands with the 17-year-old Swedish environmental activist following his address.
Asked about her speech, reported the Associated Press, Mnuchin made a dismissive joke. "We put ourselves in the spotlight".
"We have never sought discourse change", said Neubauer, who this month rejected the offer of a board seat at a subsidiary of the German industrial giant Siemens. "From the first day onward, we've striked for actual climate action". We're continuously criticized for this manner.
In a heated exchange with European Central Bank chief Christine Lagarde, Mnuchin said experts are overestimating the financial impact of climate change. "[.] The media really need to actually start speaking about what is needed to be done, not only sensational headlines", said Axelsson.