Marc Morano: “Putin is the UN’s new Climate Hero. Will Vladimir Putin now get a Nobel Peace Prize like Al Gore did in 2007 in service of the climate?”
AP: The head of the U.N. weather agency says the war in Ukraine “may be seen as a blessing” from a climate perspective because it is accelerating the development of and investment in green energies over the longer term — even though fossil fuels are being used at a time of high demand now. …
Petteri Taalas, secretary-general of the UN’s World Meteorological Organization: “From the five- to 10-year timescale, it’s clear that this war in Ukraine will speed up our consumption of fossil energy, and it’s speeding up this green transition.” “So we are going to invest much more in renewable energy, energy-saving solutions…“So from climate perspective, the war in Ukraine may be seen as a blessing,” Taalas added.
Climate Depot’s Morano’s comment: “So the head of the UN’s World Meteorological Org. said the quiet part out loud — that he believes Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is helping save the Planet! Putin is the UN’s new Climate Hero. Will Vladimir Putin now get a Nobel Peace Prize like Al Gore did in 2007 in service of the climate? The UN joins many other climate campaigners in cheering on the chaos, calamity, and hardship that wars, shortages, and disruption cause the world. See:Former Obama U.S. Treasury official Mark Mazur says quiet part out loud: ‘We don’t want lower prices for fossil-fuel buyers, we prefer higher prices’ to achieve ‘climate change goals’
As the UN now openly admits, high energy prices and shortages are NOT the unintended consequences of the Green New Deal-style policies, they are the INTENDED consequences. In short, there is no better way to increase the politicians’ and bureaucrats’ power than by exploiting war, tragedy and chaos. Skyrocketing energy prices are exactly what the climate and environmental agenda demand and has demanded for the past 50-plus years. From President Obama to President Biden, higher energy costs have been the plan to soften up Americans and the economy to prepare them for accepting less in order to impose the progressive energy-restricted vision on society. Endless wars, high energy prices and shortages will condition Americans and Europeans to accept a ‘new normal’ in energy that is entirely due to following the climate agenda.” See:Collapse of energy, food, transportation systems prompt calls for government nationalization of industries – Echoes 1930s push for Great Reset style reforms
Flashback: The Atlantic: ‘On Top of Everything Else, Nuclear War Would Be a Climate Problem’ – Laments even ‘nuclear winter…would not reverse the effect’ of man-made warming