The World Economic Forum is an anti-human, despotic, self-elected club for megalomaniacs and Malthusians. They will not rest until their goals of depopulating the planet by freezing us to death and starving us by killing traditional agriculture and replacing it with factory grubs and fake meat (North Korean model), they will surveil us through phones, financial transactions, street cameras, home spyware, computer spyware, etc and reward or punish us through access to a social credit system that will control our calorie intake, physical exercise, our alcohol, drug and tobacco use, how we drive and where and even – where we live.
Here is their take on coal, a commonly found fuel in the USA and an industry that employs in excess of 100,000 people.
Limiting how much coal countries can burn is considered an urgent priority for restraining global heating. After all, coal is the most carbon-rich of all fossil fuels and its combustion has contributed the most to planetary warming. For the first time in international talks, negotiators agreed to “phase down” coal use to prevent global temperature rise exceeding 1.5°C in the 2021 Glasgow Climate Pact.
Coal’s primacy in climate negotiations is partly because of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which has devised pathways to halting warming at 1.5°C. These scientific assessments prioritise the rapid phasing out of coal burning not only for the fuel’s carbon intensity and the need to head off CO₂ accumulation in the atmosphere, but also because cost-competitive alternatives are available in the form of solar and wind farms.
Researchers also stress the importance of decarbonising the power sector early in the green transition to enable other sectors, such as transport and industry, to run on clean electricity from the grid.