And now, the UN is trying to morph into a global food police as they try and expand their regulatory power to include food production!
Morano: "This is nothing more than regulatory lifestyle controls by the UN. They are empowering themselves with this report...This is an open call by the United Nations for activist policies in taxes and regulation. And we have seen activists come out with ideas like the meat patch, like a nicotine patch, which would induce allergies to people so they won’t eat meat. It’s getting whackier and whackier."
"What's interesting is back in the 1970s, they predicted a food catastrophe based on the global colling scare."
Climate activists cheer UN report: 'We need a radical transformation, not incremental shifts, towards a global land use and food system that serves our climate needs.'
Climate Depot's Marc Morano Note: Get ready! UN coming after your burgers & steaks to save the planet. This is yet another report from UN IPCC intended to empower UN bureaucrats to centrally plan our lives for no impact on the climate.
Still not willing to put in a meat patch to stop your cravings for meat? Well, there is a solution to that too. If you don't care about stopping eating meat, you can take drugs to make you care! Liao proposed "pharmacological enhancement of altruism and empathy…could increase the likelihood that we adopt the necessary behavioral & market solutions for curbing climate change." He envisions a way to induce an allergy to meat, to help people reduce their consumption of animals.
Gizmodo: "This weekend’s mass shooting in El Paso, Texas,...Patrick Crusius, the 21-year-old suspect police took into custody after the shooting, is believed to have uploaded a four-page white nationalist document This isn’t the first time right-wing or fascist figures have pulled from environmentalism to further their cause. Some thinkers within Hitler’s National Socialist party espoused the idea that “[o]nly through a re-integration of humanity into the whole of nature can our people be made stronger,” though the relationship of the Nazis and environment is a bit more complicated than that."
Climate Depot Response: The wacky world of warmism strikes again. This is just the latest in a round of racially charged climate conflicts and identity politics within the 'global warming' movement. Climate Change activism is increasingly being divided into gender, racial and age categories.
By Dr. Joel N. Myers, AccuWeather Founder and CEO: "Although average temperatures have been higher in recent years, there is no evidence so far that extreme heat waves are becoming more common because of climate change, especially when you consider how many heat waves occurred historically compared to recent history."
So 37 of the 50 states have an all-time high temperature record not exceeded for more than 75 years. Given these numbers and the decreased frequency of days of 100 degrees or higher, it cannot be said that either the frequency or magnitude of heat waves are more common today."