Planet Earth

published : 2023-12-10

UN's Bold Call for Americans to Reduce Meat Consumption and Transform Every Aspect of Life

COP28 Climate Change Conference Sets Ambitious Agenda for a Sustainable Future

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The UN's Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) is set to release a policy recommendation urging Americans to limit their meat consumption in an effort to combat climate change.

Amid concerns over the impact of human-created greenhouse gas emissions, the FAO argues that reducing meat consumption could help mitigate extreme climate change.

However, it's essential to critically examine the evidence supporting such claims and consider the broader picture.

Despite claims that methane emissions from livestock significantly contribute to climate change, data from the EPA shows that methane accounts for only a small proportion of total greenhouse gas emissions, with agriculture-related methane emissions making up an even smaller fraction.

Over the past three decades, total U.S. methane emissions have been declining, particularly in industrial sectors, including agriculture.

Although there has been a modest increase in agriculture-related methane emissions in recent years, this rise has been offset by reductions in other sectors.

A photo of a lush green field with cattle grazing peacefully, highlighting the connection between agriculture and climate change. [taken with Nikon D850]

Moreover, China's methane emissions have soared over the same period, vastly outweighing any potential reduction from Americans cutting back on meat consumption alone.

Therefore, even if Americans were to completely stop eating meat, the impact on global temperatures would be negligible.

The UN's push for limiting meat consumption seems to reflect an agenda driven by extreme environmentalists who have infiltrated various UN agencies.

Looking ahead, the UN's upcoming 'Summit of the Future' in 2024 aims to transform every facet of life through an international agreement known as 'Our Common Agenda'.

The proposed goals include the development of a global code of conduct for the internet and social media, bans on 'misleading' information, the implementation of a global ESG social credit scoring system, and extensive environmental programs.

While these objectives may appear noble, they carry significant implications for human flourishing and economic prosperity, particularly in highly developed nations like the United States.

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Surprisingly, the current U.S. administration has expressed support for many of these goals, aligning itself with the UN rather than defending American interests.

As the UN continues to expand its influence and power, it is crucial for America to have a president who will stand up to global elites and environmental radicals, safeguarding the nation's prosperity.

The UN's trajectory in recent years has veered off course, and it is imperative that we reassess its motivations and actions.

By critically examining the evidence and avoiding the allure of sensationalism, we can ensure a more balanced and effective approach to addressing global challenges.