UN COP25 ‘Climate’ Summit Promises More ‘Global Governance’
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Climate Depot | 12/2/2019 | Marc Morano
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Globalists and promoters of the man-made global-warming hypothesis have high hopes to advance “global governance” during the upcoming United Nations 25th Conference of the Parties (UN COP25) in Madrid in December. Described by organizers as the “COP of Action,” the summit will “enact the demands from the streets” and from the “children” on supposedly fighting climate change, organizers said.

Among other goals, the UN and most of its member governments are seeking to finalize rules for an emerging global “carbon market.” Under the controversial plan, humanity will pay for emissions of the gas people exhale, commonly known as carbon dioxide or CO2, as part of Western governments’ plans to reduce their people’s emissions of the essential-to-life gas.

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Another key item on the agenda is “climate financing,” organizers said. After all, totally restructuring the economy of the world, as leading UN officials claim is required, will take a lot of money.

However, with climate skeptic President Trump still in the White House and the U.S. government in the process of leaving the UN “climate” regime, the feasibility of those grandiose schemes remains uncertain at best. Indeed, even Democrat lawmakers, who typically make an appearance at the UN “climate” summits to show solidarity with their leftist allies, are staying away this time.

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But organizers of the summit made clear that they have big plans to advance global governance and “green” policies at the planetary level. “COP25 is the first summit of a new cycle,” boasted Spanish “Minister for the Ecological Transition” Teresa Ribera, who is playing a key role organizing and running the upcoming UN summit.

“We already have a global governance framework: The Paris Agreement and its Rulebook, added last year in Katowice during COP24,” Ribera continued. “In Madrid, global climate negotiations are entering a new phase, with a focus on reaching more ambitious climate action...
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