Meanwhile Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison's international holiday has sparked outrage amongst climate activists.
"Like the rest of the population, I’m worried and scared," said 17-year-old Amy Lamont from Sydney.
"Their bodies may never be found."
A picture from University of Washington's archives has people joking the teen climate activist is a time-traveler here to "save us."
“It is time to honestly and bravely address one of the major causes of these fires, climate change.”
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The latest protests are planned to roll through Asia and Europe before culminating in a rally in Canada, where Greta Thunberg is scheduled to speak.
'If Scott Morrison wants Australian kids to feel less anxious, he should start showing some leadership and come up with a plan to phase out coal'.
“How dare you!” Teen climate activist Greta Thunberg went after world leaders at the United Nations climate action summit.
"You have stolen my dreams and my childhood with your empty words," the 16-year-old told the United Nations gathering.