Climate Change Evil Agenda


Is this Phenomenon Real?
United Nations Climate change refers to long-term shifts in temperatures and weather patterns, mainly caused by human activities, especially the burning of fossil fuels.

Amir Tsarfati: Climate Change: A New World Religion?
 
(In case this video gets removed off of You Tube, I have posted a PDF copy
of the entire interview at the bottom of this page. Click on it to down load)

YouTube Video

Premiered Oct 29, 2022 Climate change - What is it? How is it affecting the world today? Is there an ever-present climate crisis, or is there an agenda masquerading as a crisis as a means to promote a new and growing religion? Join Professor Yonatan Dubi & Amir Tsarfati as they examine the science and engage in a much-needed discussion surrounding the topic of the alleged climate crisis in "Climate Change: A New World Religion?"
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Coming: One World Religion Elites Propose Climate Change 10 Commandments On Mt. Sinai!


https://rumble.com/v1xxmby-coming-one-world-religion-elites-propose-climate-change-10-commandments-on-.html
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Dive into this and see if you don't think it's a way to control the populace and rule the world?

What is the Paris Agreement?

The Paris Agreement is a legally binding international treaty on climate change. It was adopted by 196 Parties at COP 21 in Paris, on 12 December 2015 and entered into force on 4 November 2016.

Its goal is to limit global warming to well below 2, preferably to 1.5 degrees Celsius, compared to pre-industrial levels.

To achieve this long-term temperature goal, countries aim to reach global peaking of greenhouse gas emissions as soon as possible to achieve a climate neutral world by mid-century.

The Paris Agreement is a landmark in the multilateral climate change process because, for the first time, a binding agreement brings all nations into a common cause to undertake ambitious efforts to combat climate change and adapt to its effects.
How does the Paris Agreement work?
NDC explainer

Implementation of the Paris Agreement requires economic and social transformation, based on the best available science. The Paris Agreement works on a 5- year cycle of increasingly ambitious climate action carried out by countries. By 2020, countries submit their plans for climate action known as nationally determined contributions (NDCs).
NDCs

In their NDCs, countries communicate actions they will take to reduce their Greenhouse Gas emissions in order to reach the goals of the Paris Agreement. Countries also communicate in the NDCs actions they will take to build resilience to adapt to the impacts of rising temperatures.
Long-Term Strategies
To better frame the efforts towards the long-term goal, the Paris Agreement invites countries to formulate and submit by 2020 long-term low greenhouse gas emission development strategies (LT-LEDS).

LT-LEDS provide the long-term horizon to the NDCs. Unlike NDCs, they are not mandatory. Nevertheless, they place the NDCs into the context of countries’ long-term planning and development priorities, providing a vision and direction for future development.
How are countries supporting one another?



The Paris Agreement provides a framework for financial, technical and capacity building support to those countries who need it.
Finance

The Paris Agreement reaffirms that developed countries should take the lead in providing financial assistance to countries that are less endowed and more vulnerable, while for the first time also encouraging voluntary contributions by other Parties. Climate finance is needed for mitigation, because large-scale investments are required to significantly reduce emissions. Climate finance is equally important for adaptation, as significant financial resources are needed to adapt to the adverse effects and reduce the impacts of a changing climate.
Technology

The Paris Agreement speaks of the vision of fully realizing technology development and transfer for both improving resilience to climate change and reducing GHG emissions. It establishes a technology framework to provide overarching guidance to the well-functioning Technology Mechanism. The mechanism is accelerating technology development and transfer through it’s policy and implementation arms.
Capacity-Building

Not all developing countries have sufficient capacities to deal with many of the challenges brought by climate change. As a result, the Paris Agreement places great emphasis on climate-related capacity-building for developing countries and requests all developed countries to enhance support for capacity-building actions in developing countries.
How are we tracking progress?




With the Paris Agreement, countries established an enhanced transparency framework (ETF). Under ETF, starting in 2024, countries will report transparently on actions taken and progress in climate change mitigation, adaptation measures and support provided or received. It also provides for international procedures for the review of the submitted reports.

The information gathered through the ETF will feed into the Global stocktake which will assess the collective progress towards the long-term climate goals.

This will lead to recommendations for countries to set more ambitious plans in the next round.
What have we achieved so far?

Although climate change action needs to be massively increased to achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement, the years since its entry into force have already sparked low-carbon solutions and new markets. More and more countries, regions, cities and companies are establishing carbon neutrality targets. Zero-carbon solutions are becoming competitive across economic sectors representing 25% of emissions. This trend is most noticeable in the power and transport sectors and has created many new business opportunities for early movers.

By 2030, zero-carbon solutions could be competitive in sectors representing over 70% of global emissions.


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Bill Gates Caught Admitting ‘Climate Change

Is WEF Scam’ to Inner Circle

(click on the link below, not the picture)

https://rumble.com/v1zydwm-bill-gates-caught-admitting-climate-change-is-wef-scam-to-inner-circle.html

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2018: Climatologist Dr. Roy Spencer Completely Debunks Climate Change Agenda w/ Statistics

(click on the link below the picture, not the picture)


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Full History of the WEF, UN, the Climate Change Hoax, Covid-19 and the People Who Wish to Rule Us

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Mark Aldrich,
Jan 19, 2023, 6:43 PM
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