The Grand Tour is set to return with a brand new special titled The Grand Tour: Presents Seamen. The group’s latest venture will see Jeremy Clarkson take off in a boat across Vietnam and Cambodia alongside Richard Hammond and James May. However, the three found it difficult to navigate the Mekong river, finding parts of it had dried up all together.
The difficulties in filming in the dried up remains of Tonlé Sap lead Clarkson to make somewhat of an epiphany when it comes to the existence of global warming.
However, he still slams the idea that global warming is a manmade issue, making a number of jibes at young climate change activist Greta Thunberg.
Speaking to Express.co.uk along with other media outlets, he discussed his discoveries about climate while filming in Cambodia.
The host revealed that while aiming to film in the rainy season of Cambodia, their trip was “hot and sunny” grinding the boats to a halt as they became beached at some points.
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The Grand Tour season 4: Jeremy branded Greta Thunburg 'foolish' claiming 'scientists will solve it' (Image: AMAZON PRIME VIDEO * GETTY)
The Grand Tour season 4: The trio made a number of discoveries about climate change on the trip after the river dried up in the rainy season (Image: AMAZON PRIME VIDEO)
However, the Grand Tour host won’t be becoming an activist anytime soon as he went on to make a huge swipe at Greta Thunberg.
He said: “We have simply said here’s an example of it. What do you want me to do now get in a carbon fibre yacht and go and shout at Donald Trump?”
Speaking of Greta, he said: “There’s that