The goal is not to improve the condition of humanity in general, but to improve the bank accounts and status of the globalists attending this conference.
The 27th Conference of the Parties (COP27) of elite globalists is now gathering in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, to decide how to best use ginned-up climate crisis narratives to extract wealth and power from the United States are redistribute it . . . mainly among themselves.
Former Vice President Al Gore is at the event, touting his newest pet project and trying to regain relevancy. He joined with Google’s nonprofit arm to back the nanny-state Climate TRACE project. The goal is use a satellite database to track “individual emitters” of life-essential carbon dioxide and other gases.
Until now, most emissions inventories have been based on self-reported, often years-late data that relied on rough estimates, opaque methods, and inaccessible reporting. Government officials, scientists, investors, executives, and activists need better data to support the creation of policies, programs, and campaigns aimed at limiting global temperature rise to 1.5°C as agreed to under the Paris Climate Agreement.
That’s where Climate TRACE comes in. We’re harnessing technologies like artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to analyze over 59 trillion bytes of data from more than 300 satellites, more than 11,100 sensors, and numerous additional sources of emissions information from all over the world. The result is a groundbreaking approach to emissions monitoring… one that is independent, transparent, and timely.
The usual slew of “global experts” are involved.
Each economic sector on the platform is tracked using its own methodology, managed by team leads and checked by other experts not involved in creating the technique. Several of these individual methodologies have already been peer-reviewed, and the team expects to put more and more of its work through that rigorous process.
“I like to think of it as Wikipedia with more sensors,” said Gavin McCormick, executive director of the research nonprofit WattTime and a Climate Trace co-founder.
Perhaps these globalists should aim the satellite at themselves. Reportedly, there were over 400 private jets that flew to Egypt for this conference.
Climate delegates were accused of hypocrisy after 400 private jets arrived in Egypt for COP27.
Numerous posts on social media criticised delegates for travelling by private jet to the UN climate summit.
Posts and reports included various estimates for the number of such planes bringing delegates to the gathering in the beach resort of Sharm el-Sheikh.
Climate Action Against Disinformation, a group that analyses trends in false information on social media, said in a report on Thursday that narratives of supposed ‘hypocrisy and elitism’ were one of the main focuses of climate-sceptic messages during COP27.
Also, how are these elites going to count something like the Nord Stream 2 in their precious climate alarmist calculations?
The Nord Stream pipeline leak was responsible for what is probably the largest single methane emission ever recorded, according to new measurements of the leak.
The Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipeline systems were built to bring natural gas from Russia to Europe beneath the Baltic Sea. On 27 September, large blasts punched holes in three of the pipes in what government leaders around the world have called an act of sabotage.
Finally, I defy the satellites to gather data on China and then enact any meaningful consequence to the Chinese government when it ignores the senseless emission goals.
The U.S. is suddenly open to making rich nations pay reparations to countries suffering the ravages of climate change — but only if China ponies up, too.
The about-face comes after years of Washington serving as the bulwark of wealthy countries’ resistance to making such payments, and would set up China as the new climate bogeyman. It would also challenge Beijing’s assertion that China should still be seen as a developing nation.
Paying developing nations that suffer from climate-driven disasters and rising temperatures is one of the most contentious issues in global climate negotiations, which resume this weekend at a major conference in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt.
China should contribute its own funds to the cause, U.S. Special Envoy John Kerry told reporters late last month, “especially if they think they’re going to continue to go on to the next 30 years with increasing their emissions.”
I wish them tons of good luck in making China pay one dime.
So much money and energy squandered on chasing down gas molecules, which could be better spent in retooling energy platforms to include more nuclear power. However, as the goal is not to improve the condition of humanity in general, but to improve the bank accounts and status of the globalists attending this conference, I understand why they are excited about “Climate TRACE.”DONATE
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