Climate Cult Starts To Crack Doing Something About Food Emissions

These are the same people who took long fossil fueled trips to Dubai to eat all sorts of really nice food, including up-scale burgers, seafood, lamb, and so forth (you can read the whole thing here)

The Climate Summit Starts to Crack a Tough Nut: Emissions From Food

climate cowIt’s hard enough for world leaders to figure out the future of coal, oil and gas in a warming world. What about the future of bread and milk?

The food system accounts for around 30 percent of global greenhouse emissions from farm to fork to garbage dump, and it is a major culprit in biodiversity loss. Small farmers in poor countries, already on the edge of subsistence, are among the most vulnerable to climate hazards. And hunger has risen in the last three years, as the coronavirus pandemic and the Russian invasion of Ukraine have upended the global food and energy supply chain. About 735 million people today are hungry, according to the World Health Organization.
So how do we feed ourselves without further damaging the planet or worsening rising levels of hunger? This year’s United Nations climate summit has confronted this question like never before.

“For the first time there is a broad acknowledgment that the food agenda is aligned with the climate fight across the board,” said Ed Davey of the World Resources Institute, who worked with organizers of the summit, known as COP28, on its food agenda.

Just come out and say you want the Government to control all food production and distribution, limiting what you are allowed to eat.

That sets up potential (food) fights. Changing the way the world eats is fraught with difficulties, arguably as difficult as changing how the world produces energy. Rising food prices can bring down governments. Farmers can be a powerful political lobby in countries as diverse as the United States and India. Changing food habits can be tricky, and the global agricultural commodity trade is huge and influential.

At this year’s climate summit, though, came small but significant steps.

More than two-thirds of the world’s countries endorsed an agreement to retool the global food system, though it’s vague, lacks concrete targets, and is nonbinding. The United Nations food agency issued a landmark report laying out what it would take to align the global food system with the goal to limit average global temperature rise to manageable levels. The United States and the United Arab Emirates together committed about $17 billion toward agricultural innovations to address climate change.

Just comply, Comrades.

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10 Responses to “Climate Cult Starts To Crack Doing Something About Food Emissions”

  1. alanstorm says:

    Let the Warmists stop eating. Problem solved, plus it will eventually raise the average IQ by at least 10 – 20 points.

  2. MrLiberty says:

    Eventually you have to finally realize that their goal is to wipe out the human species. Once you get that through your thick skull, the only response becomes obvious.

    • alanstorm says:

      I agree with them – there are too many people on the planet. The difference is that I think that the excess should remove themselves – which would be the honest thing for them to do – while Leftists believe violent government action against the rest is the answer.

  3. Genocide Joe the commie says:

    I see the Democrat fags are now screwing each other anally in Congress. Just when you think the Democrats can’t stoop any lower by supporting genocide and antisemitism they go and start butt-fuking each other in Congress.

    When will we be be able to get rid of these nasty creatures? Yesterday it was a dance group of communist faggots jumping around the halls of the White House for DOCTOR Jill. And today it’s more fags in costumes banging each other. What is it with leftists? Is there something in their philosophy that makes their brains explode?

  4. Dana says:

    If they ration your food, their wagyu steaks will cost them less.

  5. James Lewis says:

    Of course the people who want to destroy our society say…..

    How reliable are the scenarios that foresee such an increase of the global temperature and its consequences?

    Uncertainties remain in projecting the extent of both climate change and its impacts.

  6. h says:

    The conspiracy obsessed will always find some fantasy to worry about. Food in the USA is cheap. Households typically spend only 10% of their income on food. Even when inflation may have temporarily raised the price up 25%, that only represented an increase of only 2.5% of their budget, Fortunately for capitalism the increase in food costs also produced record breaking profits. And capitalism IS all about the accumulation of capital through profits. Biden’s War On Energy (which only existed in the minds of jl and Teach) also resulted in record high profits for fossil fuel companies

    • Jl says:

      Johnny, Johnny-Brandon campaigned on ending fossil fuels. That would fit under the definition of a “war on energy”, don’t you think? He cancelled the Keystone pipline, 4th edition. He blocked 16 million acres of federal land and water in Alaska from future fossil fuel drilling. He instituted a federal ban on transporting LNG by rail. Massive subsidies and mandates for “renewables”-which is what one would do if they wanted to wage war on fossil fuels. But you’re right, Johnny-it was probably just Teach and I and one or two others who ever thought that…

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