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WEF Study–‘My Carbon’: An approach for inclusive and sustainable cities

‘My Carbon’: An approach for inclusive and sustainable cities was released in September 2022, and you were part of the test group. The WEF-funded “research” states cities account for 75% of all carbon emissions. As countless governments abandoned their morality to the Great Reset, cities are on track to reduce emissions by nearly half in the coming years. They even want to limit our personal carbon allowance, assisted by digital IDs and credit scores. Most notable in this paper is that COVID was merely a ploy to test how well the masses would comply.

They found three major developments:

  1. COVID-19 was the test of social responsibility – A huge number of unimaginable restrictions for public health were adopted by billions of citizens across the world. There were numerous examples globally of maintaining social distancing, wearing masks, mass vaccinations and acceptance of contact-tracing applications for public health, which demonstrated the core of individual social responsibility.
  2. Fourth Industrial Revolution technology breakthroughs – Advances in emerging technologies like AI, blockchain and digitization can enable tracking personal carbon emissions, raise awareness and also provide individual advisories on lower carbon and ethical choices for consumption of product and services. The World Economic Forum’s Scale 360 initiative demonstrates the use of fourth industrial revolution technologies across the whole life cycle of products and services.

There have been major advances in smart home technologies, transport choices with carbon implications, the roll-out of smart meters in providing individual choices to reduce their energy-related emissions, the development of new personalized apps to account for personal emissions, and better personal choices for food and consumption-related emissions. AI can also help strengthen circular economy business models like product as a service models, demand predictions, and smart asset management by combining real time and historical data from products and users.

There is a significant number of programs and applications enabling citizens to contribute towards carbon emissions by providing them in-depth awareness on the choices of personal carbon for food, transport, home energy and lifestyle choices.

These energy efficiency apps give suggestions and statistics regarding greenhouse emissions and offer ways to reduce your personal footprint. Keeping track of energy consumption in the home and motivating people to make lifestyle changes and to contribute your share towards the betterment of the environment.

  1. Raised awareness and ownership for nature and environment – In the last few years, there is an increased awareness and public concern on climate change and specially among youth. The UNDP’s “Peoples’ Climate Vote” reflects that over 64% of people believe climate change is a global emergency. A new Pew Research Center survey in 17 advanced economies found widespread concern about the personal impact of global climate change: 80% of citizens say they are willing to change how they live and work to combat the effects of climate change. Young adults, who have been at the forefront of some of the most prominent climate change protests in recent years, are more concerned than their older counterparts about the personal impact of a warming planet in many public surveys.

The first point mentions that they implemented “a huge number of unimaginable restrictions for public health” and billions of citizens across the world blindly followed their guidance. There could have been a mass outcry or revolution, but the people stayed inside and followed instructions obediently.

The second point shows that a portion of the population is now on-board with the green agenda. People have downloaded apps to track their personal energy consumption, and going back to point one, feel a sense of personal responsibility. We saw numerous countries adopt digital IDs during COVID that restricted the movement of the people.

The third step notes that there is a raised awareness, and additional personal responsibility, for the state of the environment. At the time of the publication, a Pew Research Center poll of 17 advanced economies found that 80% of citizens wanted to change how they live and work to fight the effects of weather patterns. As Nicole Schwab stated in her leaked 2020 interview, the youth are at the forefront of this movement, creating climate change protests throughout the world.

So this all breaks down into changing global economic behavior, cognitive awareness, and social norms. We see with the ESG scores that companies are punished for refusing to comply with the green agenda. The study states there are “incentives to reduce demand and improve efficiency,” but all we have seen are punishments. High gas costs, a loss of energy independence, banning gas and coal-powered items. Cognitive awareness is simply a way of saying brainwashing. They want the masses to believe that everything they do creates a carbon footprint that will certainly ruin the entire planet and cause a mass extinction. “They” fly on private jets throughout the week to discuss how the peasants can become a net-zero-carbon society.

Societal norms, the third noted trend, have allowed the Build Back Better crowd to determine what are considered acceptable levels of emissions. The masses want to obey, so those in power are slowly changing what is normal. Coal or wood-fired ovens? Selfish and harmful to society. Personal vehicles? You’re basically a climate war criminal!

None of the policies they wish to implement are normal. Resistance is NOT FUTILE. I, for one, will never be locked down again. I will not comply to climate lockdowns. I will not abandon my ability to move freely in society. I will not allow myself to be brainwashed to accept personal responsibility for naturally occurring cyclical weather patterns. They may have taken advantage of us during COVID, but hopefully, more people are waking up and seeing the truth – rules for thee, not for me.

Rayna Prime

Rayna Prime

Rayna Prime Editor