Mark Carney’s Beef

Posted On Jan 25, 2022 By Addison Wiggin

Just a few months ago, Mark Carney was promising that his Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net Zero had $130 trillion in private commitments to fight global warming. Today it’s unclear if any of that money has been mobilized… or if it even exists. The same can be said of a lot of promises made at the United Nations Climate Change Conference — COP26 — last November. That’s probably a good thing, though… because a lot of the actions in the queue will affect actual people. Let’s, for a moment, consider the Global Methane Pledge. The United States and 104 other countries agreed to cut methane gas emissions by 30% by 2030. Sounds good on paper. Sounds good in press releases. Sounds good for election campaigns. Reaching that goal, however, will mean targeting one of the biggest producers of methane — cows and other chattel. The stench from a dairy farm as you pass by… that’s a greenhouse gas being released into the air… by multiple beasts in unison.


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