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December 13, 2023
Globalists executed their first major blow to the fossil fuel era
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In Dubai, negotiators from nearly 200 Parties agreed to transition away from fossil fuels in the first climate change deal that targeted the fossil fuel industry.
On the final day of the COP28 summit, UN Climate Change Executive Secretary Simon Stiell closed by announcing that the world's first "global stocktake" would begin to ratchet up efforts to end the era of fossil fuels. Then, the summit hall cleared and attendees headed back to the airport to fly home.
The United Nations website stated:
COP28 closed today with an agreement that signals the “beginning of the end” of the fossil fuel era by laying the ground for a swift, just and equitable transition, underpinned by deep emissions cuts and scaled-up finance.
In a demonstration of global solidarity, negotiators from nearly 200 Parties came together in Dubai with a decision on the world’s first ‘global stocktake’ to ratchet up climate action before the end of the decade – with the overarching aim to keep the global temperature limit of 1.5°C within reach.
“Whilst we didn’t turn the page on the fossil fuel era in Dubai, this outcome is the beginning of the end,” said UN Climate Change Executive Secretary Simon Stiell in his closing speech. “Now all governments and businesses need to turn these pledges into real-economy outcomes, without delay.”
It is amusing to see climate change pushers fight to end the fossil fuel era by traveling by plane to discuss the topic, even though one architect of the Paris Accords once said the summit is a "circus" that could be "done from home."
Steven Crowder covered climate change in an interview with Bjørn Lomborg, President of the think tank Copenhagen Consensus Center and former Director of the Danish government's Environmental Assessment Institute in Copenhagen.
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