Greta Thunberg, the teenage guru of the environmental alarmist crowd, has been awarded the 2019 Nordic Council Environment Prize. Her response to this recognition is less than gracious. She is saying thanks, but no thanks, to the council.

The Nordic countries, in her opinion (or the opinion of her adult handlers), are not stepping up as they should. She scolded the Nordic Council member countries in an Instagram post explaining why she will not be accepting the prize. Her message is that Nordic countries are all talk and not enough action on environmental issues.

“The Nordic countries have a great reputation around the world when it comes to climate and environmental issues,” she said in a written message on Instagram. “There is no lack of bragging about this. There is no lack of beautiful words. But when it comes to our actual emissions and our ecological footprints per capita — if we include our consumption, our imports as well as aviation and shipping — then it’s a whole other story.”

She also added that she is currently traveling in California preaching her message of environmental doom and gloom so she’s unable to physically accept the prize. And, being an emotionally-driven teenager, she delivered an ultimatum – she’ll not accept such a prize until Nordic countries do as she demands, or something.

Thunberg said it was a great honor to be recognized, but she will decline the award until Nordic countries take the action she sees as necessary to change the world. She said there is a large gap between what science says is necessary and the politics that run the Nordic countries, and she sees no signs of the changes required.

“Until you start to act in accordance with what the science says is needed to limit the global temperature rise below 1.5 degrees or even 2 degrees celsius, I — and Fridays For Future in Sweden — choose not to accept the Nordic Councils environmental award nor the prize money of 500,000 Swedish kronor,” she wrote.