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Now they’re coming for your coffee – World Economic Forum ‘agenda contributor’ Hubert Keller in Davos: ‘Every time we drink coffee, we are basically putting CO2 into the atmosphere’

Meterologist Brian Sussman:


Flashback: Reuters Claims Global Warming Is Making Coffee Worse—It’s Not

Flashback: Coffee Farming Getting Easier, Not Harder, under ‘Climate Change’

Flashback: Climate Change will make coffee extinct or something like that

Flashback: World’s coffee under threat, say experts! (And The BBC Believes Them)

Next Loony Liberal Crusade: They Want to Take Your Coffee Away – by  – This outrage comes from Hubert Keller, who was listed as an “agenda contributor” at the Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland, according to The New York Post. In the viral video, Keller claims that coffee production results in tonnes of CO2 being released into the atmosphere. “Basically, the coffee that we all drink emits between 15 and 20 tonnes of CO2 per tonne of coffee. So, we should all know that this is — every time we drink coffee, we are basically putting CO2 into the atmosphere,” he said. “Most of the coffee plantation,” he continued, “most of the coffee’s produced through monoculture, and monoculture is also affected by climate change. The quality of these nature assets is deteriorating quite rapidly.” …

Tim Hinchliffe was right on when he pointed out that the WEF panel said that the coffee industry is “fragmented.” Hinchliffe perfectly explained what that really means. “They’re going after coffee farmers. When he says production is ‘fragmented,’ he’s saying it has yet to be captured by corporations & centralized. The coffee farmers in the globalist-termed ‘global south’ are to be stripped of their livelihoods in the name of climate justice,” he wrote. Hinchliffe is exactly right. It isn’t really an end to coffee that these fascist elitists want. They want to keep coffee — at least for themselves. What they want is the 100 percent control of the coffee industry. And every other industry, for that matter.

Your gas car, your meat & now — your houseplants?! Wash Post: ‘Indoor houseplants come with a cost to the planet’ – ‘Trucks that transport plants spew carbon emissions…& synthetic fertilizers are made from petroleum’

Washinton Post: “Greening indoor spaces can also come at an environmental cost. The trucks that transport plants spew carbon emissions, plastic pots, and synthetic fertilizers are made from petroleum and the harvesting of soil components like peat can tear up slow-forming habitats. …

“A lot of major nursery suppliers are located in Florida and in California,” Susan Pell, the director of the U.S. Botanic Garden in Washington, D.C., said. Depending on where you live, that can be a long way for a plant to travel in the back of a truck — and a lot of carbon emitted along the way.

Sustainable soils: One of the least sustainable soil components is peat, a rich brown substance formed from partially decayed plant matter at the bottom of bogs and other wetlands….But peat, which is a precursor to the formation of coal, releases carbon dioxide when it is harvested — and it’s not easily renewable.

Pell has a few tips for minimizing the environmental harm of indoor gardening…also recommends cutting down on petroleum-based fertilizers, which create carbon emissions during their production.