SHARM EL-SHEIKH, EGYPT – The two-week-long United Nations’ Climate Change Conference (also known as COP27) is currently going on in Egypt, where elite world “leaders” discuss how they can force their country’s residents to give up the use of regular fossil fuels so they can change the world temperature by one degree. This is in addition to legacy media’s recent obsession with pushing people to eat bugs.
The Agence-France Presse reported that a source disclosed to them on Thursday, “More than 400 private jets landed in the past few days in Egypt. There was a meeting ahead of COP27, and officials were expecting those jets and made some arrangements in Sharm el-Sheikh airport to welcome those planes.”
A European group advocating for clean transportation, called Transport and Environment, said that a private jet “can emit two tons of carbon dioxide in an hour and is five to 14 times more polluting per passenger than a commercial plane.”
According to the EPA Carbon Calculator, shared on Substack by Peter Imanuelsen, this amount of pollution is equivalent to 254,426,070 miles driven by an average gas-powered vehicle, 237,309 barrels of oil, or 113,406,945 pounds of coal burned.
The conference has been interrupted by actual climate change activists, Bloomberg reported, which is a common occurrence at these events. However, they’re normally described as “lively” protests, when they’re in countries where protests are allowed. Egypt is not one of those countries, and, according to Bloomberg, there have been many negative incidents where protesters are thrown out in the street in the middle of the night.
An estimated 33,000 attendees are at the conference, where we can only speculate millions of dollars are being spent on lodging, food, transportation, etc., in a country where “thousands [of political prisoners] languish in jails, often without proper trial.”
UN Secretary-General Antonia Guterres of Portugal on Monday said, “Humanity has a choice: cooperate or perish.”
Joe Biden has promised $11 billion per year in American funds to international efforts in combating climate change, starting in 2024. This is quadruple the amount that America has pledged in the past. “To meet our global responsibility,” Biden announced, “my administration is working with our Congress to deliver more than $11 billion a year to international climate finance to help lower-income countries implement their climate goals and ensure a just energy transition.”
The White House issued a press release on Friday saying that Biden “is delivering on his Day One promises, positioning the United States to achieve our ambitious climate goals.” The release goes on to brag about all the money the Biden administration has thrown at climate change, including $100 million to the Adaptation Fund, “over $150 million in new support to accelerate the President’s Emergency Plan for Adaptation and Resilience (PREPARE) efforts across Africa,” $20 million “to accelerate PREPARE’s work in Small Island Developing States,” $10 million to “support the launch of a new adaptation center in Egypt,” $2 million to the Resilience and Adaptation Mainstreaming Program, $3.5 million in support for “the Least Developed Countries Initiative for Effective Adaptation & Resilience, which is helping African countries like Uganda, Malawi, Gambia, and Burkina Faso to enhance access to adaptation finance for the most vulnerable, $5 million to the “Migration Multi-Partner Trust Fund to support climate-affected vulnerable migrants,” and oh so much more.
The White House was sure to include gender issues in the massive spending promised for climate, including $6 million for launching a new “Climate Gender Equity Fund,” which is in partnership with Amazon and “will leverage private sector contributions to help provide women climate leaders with technical skills, networks, and capital to develop and scale climate solutions.”
There is also a newly announced “Indigenous Peoples Finance Access Facility and new exchanges to empower youth across the world to be leaders on resilience and clean energy in their communities.”