WWF Only Global Poverty Can Save The Planet
In October 2011 the WWF produced a report entitled Positive Energy how renewable electricity can transform the UK energy market by 2030.
If the WWF plan were to be implemented then the UK electricity market would be transformed, with only politically correct Green approved energy generation, rolling power cuts would be the order of the day, because, of course reliable gas and nuclear electricity generation would be illegal.
The WWF now have a new plan to save the planet, in line with the sustainable development meme from next months Rio+20 Earth Summit:
Extremist green campaigning group WWF – endorsed by no less a body than the European Space Agency – has stated that economic growth should be abandoned, that citizens of the world’s wealthy nations should prepare for poverty and that all the human race’s energy should be produced as renewable electricity within 38 years from now.
Most astonishingly of all, the green hardliners demand that the enormous numbers of wind farms, tidal barriers and solar powerplants required under their plans should somehow be built while at the same time severely rationing supplies of concrete, steel, copper and glass.
The WWF presents these demands in its just-issued Living Planet Report for 2012. It’s a remarkable document, not least for the fact that it is formally endorsed for the first time by the European Space Agency (ESA) – an organisation which would cease to exist in any meaningful form if the document’s recommendations were to be carried out.
The WWF and all the other players in the Climate Change scam are against any form of progress, regression to the drudge and poverty of 18th Century living standards is their dream.
The report then assumes that global resources in general are limited, which is easily achieved by measuring them in terms of “biocapacity” expressed in hectares of Earth surface, and further stipulating that no resources can come from beyond Earth (which seems an odd idea for a major space agency to endorse, but there). WWF goes on to assign numbers showing how much of these hectare-resources everyone is using, their “ecological footprint”.
In these terms, the only people on Earth who are living within their means are those in the poorest nations – their “footprint” exactly matches the “biocapacity” in their countries (doubtless a coincidence) offering a picture of the sort of life all human beings could aspire to in a WWF-run world.
The WWF plan will be received with rapturous applause by the 50,000 hypocrites who will fly to Rio, jump in to limos and be driven to their air-conditioned hotel rooms.
Posted on May 18, 2012, in Anthropogenic Global Warming, Biodiversity, Church Of Climatology, Climate Change, Global Warming, Green Lies, Renewables, Sustainable Development, Wealth Redistribution and tagged Green global poverty, WWF. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.