While the world seems to be cooling, the appallingly dishonest Club of Rome is still shamelessly pushing “Global Warming” lies.
Rising carbon dioxide levels will most likely cause the global average temperature to rise two degrees by 2052, the Club of Rome think tank has said in a report.
Failure to come up with a coordinated solution to address the issue of global warming will lead to a dangerous warming of the Earth’s climate, the report published by Norwegian academic Jorgen Randers says. The paper, titled “2052: A Global Forecast for the Next Forty Years” even raises the possibility that humankind might not survive if it continues on its path of over-consumption and short-termism.
With the world population predicted to reach a peak level of 8.1 billion by 2042, global consumption and demand will only be growing, causing even more greenhouse gas emissions and deforestation.
Most of the population surge is set to take place in developing nations. In fact, Randers predicts that the economies of developing countries such as China, India, Brazil and South Africa will continue to grow, while those of the United States and Europe, on the other hand, will likely stagnate.
“This growth will improve living standards for many, but it will come at a cost for the global climate,” Randers noted, as quoted by Reuters.
And here is the real reason behind this propaganda
One of the main conclusions of the report was that governments would be unsuccessful in their attempts to mitigate or prevent global warming.
“We need a system of governance that takes a more long-term view,” Randers said “It is unlikely that governments will pass necessary regulation to force the markets to allocate more money into climate friendly solutions, and must not assume that markets will work for the benefit of humankind.”
So what is clearly needed, according to comrade Randers, is some sort of super authority that can tell governments what to do. Some sort of authority to regulate and control world markets.
World government anyone?
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