by Mish
October 29, 2022

from MishTalk Website


The UN's global warming hoopla has nothing to do with climate, but rather with stampeding the world into 'Sustainable Development,' aka Technocracy.


Virtually none of goals have been met after already spending hundreds of billions in misplaced activities.


The answer?

Throw more money at it - except the UN doesn't have any money of its own.

So, it demands massive new funding from the sucker nations that already support it.


UN Seeks $4 to 6 Trillion Per Year

to Address Climate.

The UN has an 'interesting' report

on investments needed to address

climate change...

Scaremongering Continues

The Guardian reports UN finds 'no credible pathway to 1.5ºC in place'

The UN environment report analyzed the gap between the CO2 cuts pledged by countries and the cuts needed to limit any rise in global temperature to 1.5ºC, the internationally agreed target.


Progress has been "woefully inadequate" it concluded.


Current pledges for action by 2030, if delivered in full, would mean a rise in global heating of about 2.5ºC and catastrophic extreme weather around the world.


A rise of 1ºC to date has caused climate disasters in countries from Pakistan to Puerto Rico.


If the long-term pledges by countries to hit net zero emissions by 2050 were delivered, global temperature would rise by 1.8ºC. But the glacial pace of action means meeting even this temperature limit was not credible, the UN report said.


A study published this week (The Closing Window - Climate Crisis calls for rapid Transformation of Societies) found "large consensus" across all published research that new oil and gas fields are "incompatible" with the 1.5ºC target.




What Would It Cost?


Hooray...!  'Only' $4 trillion to 6 trillion per year...



"A global transformation from a heavily fossil fuel-

and unsustainable land use-dependent economy

to a low-carbon economy is expected to

require investments of at least US$4–6 trillion a year,"

stated the UN report.

(page 69 of 100).


Q: US$4-6 trillion a year for how many years?

A: Based on figure ES.6 (lead chart) least eight years.


Q: What Percent of GDP?

A: 4 to 9 percent for developing countries, and 2 to 4 percent for developed countries.

And developing countries will gladly fork over up to 9 percent of GDP every year for eight years.

Yeah, right....!

Meanwhile, the EU is burning more trees and coal.


Burning trees is magically deemed 'environmentally neutral'...