Duplicitous world leaders have agreed on a plan to combat so called man-made climate change, ignoring evidence contradicting the idea that global warming is man-made, thus pushing forward an agenda for a New World Order by imposing more control on citizens worldwide.
Politicians representing 190 nations have agreed to regulate the emission of gases that they say scientists have claimed causes global warming.
Even though scientists have refuted the claims that global warming is man-made, politicians have gone ahead and agreed on tough economic reforms that the public will have to burden.
The deal calls for wealthy economies such as the U.S. and the European Union to shoulder more of the burden, including a pledge to channel at least $100 billion a year to poor countries to help them respond to climate change.
The deal also requires action for the first time from developing nations, including large emitters such as China and India, to find ways to lower the trajectory of their emissions growth, even as they attempt to lift hundreds of millions of people out of poverty.
“This is a good agreement,” said Prakash Javadekar, India’s environment minister. “This means that [everyone] will act to mitigate the challenge presented by climate change.”
Governments hope the deal will spur a tectonic shift in global economic development, pushing countries away from burning fossil fuels and toward a host of newer technologies, including solar panels, wind-power turbines, electric cars and more energy-efficient buildings.
“In the coming decades the world will have to say goodbye to coal, oil and gas,” said German Environment Minister Barbara Hendricks.
The agreement is also supposed to help poorer nations build new kinds of infrastructure, from levees to cyclone-resistant homes, that will protect them from rising sea levels, increased storm intensity and other effects that scientists link to climate change.
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Governments have pledged to limit the world’s warming from the dawn of the industrial era to “well below” 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit) and to “pursue efforts” to limit warming to 1.5 degrees.