The United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is set to announce their outline of actions governments must take toward the goal of “halting global warming” which, if agreed to, could have staggering negative impacts on American sovereignty and individual freedoms.
The latest climate report is the third installment of a three-part series that the IPCC has compiled making it the sixth such assessment in the global organization’s history. The first two parts were released earlier this year and contained the typical dire warnings of impending doom.
As reported, following the last IPCC report in 2014, “The panel’s report described major additional risks in the decades to come, particularly between the years 2040 and 2100,” and in summary, “Climate change and related extreme events will significantly increase ill health and premature deaths from the near- to long-term.”
195 governments & scientists are meeting virtually to approve the Summary for Policymakers of part 3️⃣ of IPCC’s Sixth Assessment Report on #climatechange mitigation assessing options & solutions for reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
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— IPCC (@IPCC_CH) March 31, 2022
Citing scientific-based “climate change policies” and “Sustainable Development Goals” composed by volunteers neutral to those policy choices, the reality is the U.N. has been anything but neutral in their posturing on this issue.
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres made clear Friday that this report was not meant to be just a resource to consider, but a mandatory rubric that “every business, investor, city, state and region” must obey.
Net-zero promises must be matched by concrete #ClimateAction.
— António Guterres (@antonioguterres) March 31, 2022
“To avert a climate catastrophe, we need bold pledges but matched by concrete, measurable action,” Guterres said as he announced his “Expert Group.”
“Tougher net-zero standards and strengthened accountability around the implementation of these commitments can deliver real and immediate emissions cuts,” he said.
“Governments have the lion’s share of responsibility to achieve net-zero emissions by mid-century. Especially the G20,” the announcement stated. “But we also urgently need every business, investor, city, state and region to walk the talk on their net-zero promises.”
While the press release discusses the alleged “worsening climate crisis” in the favored language of activists, quantifying “a race against time to limit global heating to 1.5 degrees” with a “gender-balanced” team “from a diverse group of countries and regions,” the reality is that the governing body is openly pushing to end fossil fuels.
Our addiction to fossil fuels is killing us.
People and ecosystems are being clobbered by climate change.
We need urgent, transformative efforts from all countries to eliminate coal & stop expanding oil & gas exploration to keep warming to 1.5 degrees.
— António Guterres (@antonioguterres) April 1, 2022
“We need urgent, transformative efforts from all countries to eliminate coal & stop expanding oil & gas exploration to keep warming to 1.5 degrees,” Guterres wrote on the day of his announcement as he claimed fossil fuel “addiction” is “killing us.”
IPCC Vice-Chair Professor Jean-Pascal van Yspersele explained that the report is meant to protect the objectives of the Paris Accords that former President Donald Trump famously withdrew the United States from.
Like the previous reports of #IPCC, this new #ClimateReport devoted to mitigation (how can we reduce greenhouse gas emissions to protect climate and respect the objectives of the #ParisAgreement) will be an essential reference for the years to come.
— Prof. Jean-Pascal van Ypersele (@JPvanYpersele) April 3, 2022
Claiming that the treaty, which was not ratified by Congress, gave the United States, “the ability to invest in ourselves and build an equitable, clean energy future, and, in the process, create millions of good-paying jobs and opportunities around the world,” President Joe Biden neglected to address the negative impact it would have on our economy as we are witnessing now with the reduction in oil supply with no infrastructure to support the change.
He also failed to indicate that after Trump withdrew from the climate agreement, greenhouse gas emissions fell to their lowest level since 1983 while oil and gas production grew enough to attain status as a net exporter of energy.
The report is expected to be released late Monday after an initial deadline for Friday was unattainable with negotiations stretching into the weekend.
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