The first rule of environmentalism is “environmentalism for thee, not for me”.
As corporations join the environmentalist agenda, raising prices for everything in order to cut in the ‘green’ scammers, there’s a central hub setting the party’s agenda for Corporate America.
The Science Based Targets initiative, or SBTi, helps businesses develop a timetable for action to shrink their climate footprint through some combination of cutting greenhouse-gas pollution and removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
For a fee, this team of several dozen analysts and technical experts will work with companies to set and publicize targets for cutting their share of emissions…
In addition, SBTi has raised concerns about potential conflicts of interest, most conspicuously by earning money from the companies it evaluates. It charges companies for its services, with prices ranging from $1,000 to $14,500, depending on the company’s size and the complexity of its climate targets. In 2021, it also raised $36 million from the Bezos Earth Fund
I wonder what the climate target for a mega-yacht is?
Much like Amazon, Jeff Bezos’ $500 million superyacht offers every bell and whistle imaginable, from A to Z.
The 417-foot schooner first left Rotterdam in the Netherlands for sea trials in February…
Not only did the Koru sail into harbor, so did its support vessel, Abeona, a mega-boat in its own right, the luxurious fast-launches used to move between the two — and aerial support in the form of his girlfriend Lauren Sanchez’s personal helicopter.
The elites pushing ‘warmunism’ on us don’t believe it. We’re going to live under climate targets, they’re not. We won’t have enough food and we won’t be able to buy a house, and their mega-yachts will have their own mega-yachts. All of this is being done to force us back to feudalism, eliminate the middle class and crush the concept of popular rule under the guise of a climate crisis that its biggest boosters barely bother to disguise their disbelief in.
Go look at Jeff’s mega-yacht, Bill’s 5 private jets, Al Gore’s lifestyle or the rest of the Davos crowd. And if you still believe that there’s a “climate emergency”, you’re a sucker.