A United Nations Climate Change Conference is set to heat up Glasgow from October 31st to November 12th, where it will begin its [12-day] conference. “COP” or Conference of the Parties, represents 197 nations which agreed to the ‘United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change’ in 1992. This year represents the 26th consecutive year.
The first global COP meeting was held in 1995. Now, over two and a half decades later, the group of nations meet to discuss ways to avoid Earth’s temperature from rising by 1.5 degrees Celsius, or 2.7 degrees Fahrenheit, comparing levels pre-industrial revolution (1750).
The list of speakers include world leaders as well as other influential Climate Change enthusiasts.
Data taken from 2020, 2017, 2014, and the period of 2011-2016 show that the four main carbon emitters globally include, China, India, the European Union and the United States.
In 2017, China produced 29% of the annual carbon dioxide emissions worldwide, while America created only 14%.
In 2014, China delivered over 30% of the worlds CO2 emissions, while America was half of that. While the data might indicate more pollution per person, individuals can not produce as much pollution as factories, and the hygiene and maintenance of these factories plays an important role in its amount of carbon emissions.
A five-year trend shows CO2 emissions versus non-CO2 emissions per country/region for G20 countries between 2006 and 2011.
China, the largest contributor to global emissions, vowed to stop funding overseas coal projects, stating its emissions would peak sometime “before 2030,” with total zero emissions “by 2060”.
It was announced Xi Jinping would not be in attendance, however a written statement was uploaded to the conference website.
India, still a developing nation, plans to achieve 40% of its electricity to be run from “non-fossil fuel sources” by 2030, according to Bhupender Yadav.
The European Union –
From 1990 to 2020, the European Union total greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions decreased by 31%, while its economy grew by over 60%.
The European Union increased its nationally determined contribution (NDC) to the Paris Agreement to reduce its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by at least 55% by 2030 compared to 1990, reaching climate neutrality by 2050.
According to the Rodium Group, “Based on preliminary economic and energy data, we estimate that this historic shock to economic activity led to a 10.3% drop in US greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in 2020.”
Jet fuel demand plummeted during the initial lockdowns of coronavirus, contributing to a decline in emissions during that time.
The Rodium Group also referenced the cause of the decline in U.S. emissions being “exclusively from the continued rapid decline of coal-fired power generation, rather than a drop in electricity demand”
Between 2020 and 2019 America saw a 7% decline in all industrial activity, with the most drastic decline in coal mining, at -25%.
In April, President Biden announced a new target for the United States to achieve a 50-52 percent reduction from 2005 levels by 2030 and carbon neutrality by 2050.
Despite the United States’ willingness to participate in the 26th annual conference of parties, the Chinese Communist Party still refuses to participate in gatherings. Joe Biden refuses to acknowledge China’s increasing detachment from Xi’s physical presence within the UN and their Climate “globalist utopia”.
Xi Jinping refused attendance at the COP26, as Xi has not left China since the initial CoV-2 outbreak, which originated from the Wuhan lab, where Chinese media and journalists were suppressed by the Chinese Communist Party before the coronavirus eventually infected the world.
The CCP Avoids The COP
The Chinese Communist Party refused to attend the COP26 conference. Instead, a [vague] written statement was to the conference website of the event. The official list of speakers on the United Nations website still includes Xi Jinping as a speaker.
The CCP letter to the COP26 reads, “After intensive discussions, we reached a consensus that both China and Vanuatu are suffering the negative impacts of climate change”
In the message, Xi Jinping clarified “China holds the view that ‘It is better to help people learn how to fish than to just give them fish.’” suggesting communism teaches people capitalism.
Other key points made by Xi Jinping –
- “In 2020, the Chinese Government officially announced that China would strive to peak carbon dioxide emissions before 2030 and achieve carbon neutrality before 2060.”
- “China has committed to move from carbon peak to carbon neutrality in a much shorter time span than what might take many developed countries, and that requires extraordinarily hard efforts from China.”
- “China has also made ecological cooperation a key part of Belt and Road cooperation”
- “China supports Pacific island countries’ endeavors to transform their development mode”
- “Vanuatu supports China’s leading role in the global response to climate change”
- “Young people are a group of the major stakeholders in addressing climate change”
- “[A]ll youths around the globe, regardless of nationalities, are beneficiaries and should become advocates and doers to tackle climate challenge”
- “We firmly believe that there is only one Earth in the universe which is our shared home.”
- The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has added difficulty to economic and social development to all countries.
- “We must be committed to multilateralism.”
Climate Change aside, should America commit to fund a three to four decade multilateralist effort lead by the Chinese Communist Party?
Should you have a say where your tax dollars go, and how the spending of your taxes is influenced by an oppressive and authoritative foreign atheist government, which thrives on deception and manipulation to surveil, and gain control of its citizens and international competition?
“Wish the conference a complete success!” Xi concluded.
Israel Faces Discrimination
The United Nations who were created to better humanity—and not succumb to self motivated financial profit towards a global agenda—forgot to allow wheelchair accessibility to the COP26 event.
Israel’s Energy Minister, Karin Elharrar, who has muscular dystrophy and uses a wheelchair, was initially barred from entry to the event, due to “inaccessibility”.
Despite raising trillions of dollars for globalist profit, the United Nations Climate Change Conference could not afford to build special accessibility options for the event.
After arriving at the airport, Karin posted an encouraging tweet, before being denied access to the event.
Following her rejection from the event, the Energy Minister posted a disheartening tweet on Twitter, displaying the priorities of the United Nations Climate Change Conference.
In the world we promote a common struggle in the climate crisis. It is sad that the UN, which promotes accessibility for people with disabilities, in 2021, does not provide accessibility to its events.
Hopefully the lessons learned will be produced so that tomorrow the promotion of green energies, the removal of barriers and energy efficiency will be the things I will deal with.
Eventually, this oversight was resolved, as Karin posted a reassuring tweet, stating she received an apology.
This instance of neglect of the United Nations’ own attendees, reveals a closer perspective into the priorities of this multilateral summit, and it doesn’t appear to be humanity.
Some blame U.S. economic success for America’s current carbon footprint. Biden, agreeing with international criticism, apologized on behalf of America to the world. Others disagree, stating America is pledging more than its international allies, warning we may not be able to economically sustain these long term commitments.
Mohamed Nasheed –
“The United States is the richest country on the planet. They of course have emitted more carbon than anyone else.” said Mohamed Nasheed, the former president of the Maldives.
Joe Biden –
“I guess I shouldn’t apologize,” Joe Biden said, “but I do apologize for the fact the United States, in the last administration, pulled out of the Paris Accords and put us sort of behind the eight ball.”
Rachel Kyte –
“I don’t think you can solve the climate crisis on your own as a nationalist leader,” said Rachel Kyte, a former United Nations official.
Tasneem Essop –
“We’ve just experienced the worst part of humanity’s response to a global crisis,” said Tasneem Essop, executive director of Climate Action Network, an activist group. “And if this is going to be the track record for addressing the global climate crisis, then we are in trouble. I’m hoping this is a moment of reflection and inflection.”
Dan Jorgenson –
“Because of the global nature of this threat,” the Danish environment minister, Dan Jorgenson, said, “you will see countries, in their own interest, work with countries they see as their competitor.”
Kate Larson (Rhodium Group) –
“If the ultimate goal is zero emissions, then the metric we really care about is how quickly countries can get to zero,” said Kate Larsen, a director at Rhodium Group, an energy research and consulting firm.
Senator John Barrasso –
Senator John Barrasso of Wyoming, said Biden was “unilaterally committing America to a drastic and damaging emissions pledge” impacting the U.S. economy, while “America’s adversaries like China and Russia continue to increase emissions at will.”
Boris Johnson –
“We are in roughly the same position, my fellow global leaders, as James Bond today,” Boris Johnson said. “The tragedy is this is not a movie, and the doomsday device is real.”
Greta Thunberg –
“This is not a drill. It’s code red for the Earth. Millions will suffer as our planet is devastated” – Greta Thunberg via Emergency Appeal for Climate Action.
Climate Change Activists –
England’s Red List Countries
The COP26 takes place in Glasgow England, countries must follow the “Red List” due to high infection rates of coronavirus.
According to gov.uk, Red Listed countries exist to warn citizens “If you live in England, you should not travel to countries or territories on the red list.”
At the time of the conference, all countries were removed from this “Red List”.
England’s Travel Restrictions
England, host of the COP26 conference, has a process for both vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers, which start before even entering the country.
If Vaccinated – Before Arriving in England
- Book and pay for a COVID-19 test – to be taken before the end of day 2 in England. The date of arrival is day 0.
- Complete a passenger locator form – to be completed in the 48 hours before you arrive in England
- If COVID-19 test is positive, you must take a PCR test to confirm the positive result, and must self-isolate until the results of the PCR test come back.
- If PCR test is positive, traveler must isolate for 10 days
If Unvaccinated – Before Arriving in England
- Take a COVID-19 test – to be taken in the 3 days before you travel to England
- Book and pay for two COVID-19 PCR tests [day 2 and day 8] – to be taken after arrival in England
- complete a passenger locator form – to be completed in the 48 hours before you arrive in England
- If PCR test is positive, traveler must quarantine for 10 days after last testing. Test day is day 0.
Could this year’s COP26 be impactful towards the reduction of our global emissions, and the global temperature? Or, will Climate Change continue to be used to launder our tax-dollars on behalf of invisible progress?
Will saving our planet ultimately sink our American economy, as despite our progress we contribute ~15% towards global emissions. Is setting an example worth weakening our currency and economy?
Why does Xi Jinping still refuse to leave China? Does Xi not trust Glasgow’s health safety regulations and guidelines, or does he not want to answer specifics outside of his “2020 statement”?
As America sets an example on the Climate initiative, will our international competitors—like the Chinese Communist Party—become teammates, or use this opportunity as an economical and technological advantage? Could the COP26 mark the “beginning of the end” of Climate Change, or the American economy?