FUTURE PLANS FOR THE NON-ELITE: no meat or dairy, little clothing, no cars, almost 0 air travel, etc.

New ways of measuring cities’ climate footprints show that C40 cities consumption-based emissions contribute to 10% of global greenhouse gases. 

This report explores how cities consumption-based emissions need to reduce to avoid a climate breakdown and focuses on six sectors – food, construction, clothing, vehicles, aviation and electronics – where leaders, businesses and the public can take action to change consumption habits, significantly cutting greenhouse gas emissions. 

The research sets out science-based targets for cities for GHG emissions reduction that are consistent with the 2015 Paris Agreement ambitions, and identifies key previously untapped opportunities for cities to address the impact of urban consumption whilst delivering multiple other benefits for their citizens. It also maps how urban stakeholders can work together to deliver these changes.

The report is a black button to the right on the page —>  Arup.com

It’s a 68 page PDF.

LINK: https://www.arup.com/-/media/arup/files/publications/c/arup-c40-the-future-of-urban-consumption-in-a-1-5c-world.pdf

Below are screenshots from the PDF linked from above.

If you notice while reading the above, “C40 cities” are mentioned quite a bit.

Who happens to fund the “C40 cities” agenda? There’s a lengthy list but to name a few: Bloomberg, ARUP (the group responsible for the report above), Open Society (Soros), Clinton Foundation, The World Bank, etc. Here’s a list:
[link to www.c40.org (secure)]

C40 Cities in a nutshell:

look at these C40 cities (NA):

Austin, United States
Boston, United States
Chicago, United States
Houston, United States
Los Angeles, United States
Miami, United States
Montréal, Canada
New Orleans, United States
New York City, United States
Philadelphia, United States
Phoenix, United States
Portland, United States
San Francisco, United States
Seattle, United States
Toronto, Canada
Vancouver, Canada
Washington, DC, United States

They have other cities labeled that will come after the C40 cities.

Innovator Cities

Cities that do not qualify as Megacities but have shown clear leadership in environmental and climate change work.
An Innovator City must be internationally recognized for barrier-breaking climate work, a leader in the field of environmental sustainability, and a regionally recognized “anchor city” for the relevant metropolitan area.
3. Observer Cities

A short-term category for new cities applying to join the C40 for the first time; all cities applying for Megacity or Innovator membership will initially be admitted as Observers until they meet C40’s year-one participation requirements, for up to one year.

A longer-term category for cities that meet Megacity or Innovator City guidelines and participation requirements, but for local regulatory or procedural reasons, are unable to approve participation as a Megacity or Innovator City expeditiously.

Think about when they banned cigarettes in restaurants. It started first in LA and NYC. Then went statewide while other states followed. They same with other things.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C40_Cities_Climate_Leadership_Group

While they take everything away slowly, they will push virtual reality more and more. That is how they think they will keep the people happy, digital opium and brainwashing.

“Cows cooped up for the winter are being fitted with virtual reality goggles — so they think they are outside in a summer field.

Read NYP: https://nypost.com/2022/01/07/cows-stuck-indoors-for-winter-are-getting-virtual-reality-goggles-to-feel-like-theyre-outside/

And the bamboozled bovines appear to be happier and producing more milk.”

Some say that “In the end it will look a lot like the world of THX1138.”

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