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Watch: UN Climate Envoy ambushed at DAVOS by reporter about gigantic carbon footprint of attendees


FOUND: Davos’ private airport and carbon tonnes of climate hypocrisy


UN Special Envoy for Climate Action Mark Carney pushes my microphone away, trying to avoid scrutiny over his blatant hypocrisy in being a part of such a huge carbon footprint in Davos. Full Davos Coverage:

The World Economic Forum (WEF) is meeting this week in Davos, Switzerland, where the annual conference of the world’s elites, oligarchs, celebrities and politicians meet to discuss their plans for humanity.

WEF REPORTS: Rebel reporters find Davos private airport and carbon tonnes of climate hypocrisy

Topics of discussion this year include globalization of the economy, the next pandemic (you knew there would be another!), digital identity, cyber security and the war in Ukraine, as well as the perennial topic of climate change.

“Imagine the environmental benefit of taking two million cars off the road every year… introducing the Katingan Mentaya Project,” the WEF tweeted just days before the fleet of private jets from around the world converged on the Swiss mountain town, ballooning the population from 10,000 to 30,000 for the few days of the conference.



Rebel News U.K. correspondent Lewis Brackpool, as part of a special Rebel News investigation team in the normally sleepy Swiss town, located the closest private airport to Davos. Engadin Airport is where the WEF members fly in and usually take a private helicopter to the WEF conferences.



A no-fly zone has been set up over Davos during the annual WEF meetings.


Background on Mark Carney: 

Peter Foster: Mark Carney, man of destiny, arises to revolutionize society. It won’t be pleasant – What Carney ultimately wants is a technocratic dictatorship justified by climate alarmism

UN Climate Envoy Mark Carney: Climate crisis deaths ‘will be worse than Covid’ – ‘It will be the equivalent of a coronavirus crisis every year’Mr. Carney, who was the Bank of England governor up until last year, and the head of the Bank of Canada before that, is now the United Nations envoy for climate action and finance. Carney told the BBC that while there were parallels between the Covid-19 pandemic and climate change, damage to the environment and ecosystems has the potential to cause many more deaths.