Must Not be that Much of a Climate Emergency

in #foodprices2 months ago

This video was originally published 26/9/2019

We have been led to believe that this year is the biggest climate emergency and the biggest runaway greenhouse effect on par with an extinction-level event because of CO2. So how is it that only three of the world’s top 10 banks signed the UN climate goals commitment? It is also interesting that this coalition of 130 global financial firms are smaller than the world’s top 10 biggest banks. The coalition is called UN’s Principles for Responsibility Banking pledge, which represents a total of $47 trillion in assets. This is not even half of what the Green Deal would be just for the United States alone.

Additionally, it was stated in the bottom paragraph, that other banks are interested but they still have to agree and then map out plans by 2023.

That is really intriguing because 2023 is the same year I anticipated the massive global food shortages to begin. You might want to keep the 2023–2024 harvest season on your calendar.

In that regard, I believe this publication of Steve Quayle with Celeste Bishop Solum, (Year Zero) A Convulsive Time on Our Planet, is very timely and gives a good blueprint of how the US government foresees the movement of food shortages through the planet, and how they are labeling them by yearly intensity.

So, you should keep your eyes open for the new lexicon change, because “Year Zero” is like a “Patient Zero”. It is expected that this year will be the first wave of crop losses; then from this point forward, it will become worse year upon year.

Anyway, speaking of a climate emergency, China produces 30% of all CO2 emissions globally. So even if you add up emissions from the United States, the EU, India, and parts of Russia, China still emits more. This is why it is very odd that nobody questions China’s emission, yet in the United States only one cow fart is what they need to revamp the entire regulation and taxing system.

Then I found this fascinating schematic of Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions by Economic Sector: Agriculture, which means our food, consumes just a quarter of all the energy input; then we have electricity, transportation, and industry.

Personally, I am a fan of all of these for a lot of reasons. I like to be able to eat every day; I like heat and light at night because it makes me safer; I do not want to walk 20 miles; I like to be able to make videos at night etc..

In line with this, a headline off Breitbart reads: World’s Leading Greenhouse Gas Emitter China Taps Out of Global Climate Strike. Not all eyes are on China.

This biggest CO2 emitter cannot be judged. Isn’t that interesting? Furthermore, protests were not authorized in China, so it is not among the 150 countries participating in global climate strikes. Thus, it is noteworthy that this Guardian article is quoting Zheng Xiaowen, stating that the Chinese youth have their own methods.

That has piqued my interest, so I started digging into that story. It turned out, according to South China Morning Post, that Chinese young people prefer tree planting and other activities than protesting on the streets. By the way, South China Morning Post, is a good resource to look into if you are looking for information on Hong Kong. They do a minute by minute report on protests occurring on weekends, or if there is any weekly blockade or some kind of craziness going on in the city.

Since we are talking about China, do you still remember the last time teenagers were put in control of economy, policy, politics and government?

We already saw what the result was during the Cultural Revolution. This one in the photo was a teacher who did not want to kowtow to the narrative, so he was removed.

Meanwhile, these are the 10 countries with the largest reductions and increases in CO­2 emissions by millions of tons from 2017, since I could not find a later date for this type of charting. As shown, the US has the most reduction in terms of their emissions out of anybody, yet why is all the pressure still on us to reduce our economy?

When you look at the bottom, you can see a lot of the increases that nobody wants to talk about, such as China, India, Turkey, the EU, Iran Indonesia, Spain, Canada, Russia and South Korea. Is it because it will be too inconvenient if they shrink their economies? Those are the growth engines of our planet and, you cannot stop the economy nor the industry. What they are trying to impose in the US are all façades.

This are among the topics that my co-author Bill Porter and myself talk about in Climate Revolution: The Grand Solar Minimum Understand, Prepare, Adapt and Thrive. NEW ADAPT 2030 Climate Revolution

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