Two groups that usually overlap are about to come into direct confrontation over the culture of zero carbon. Both climate and animal rights activists have been known to make sure their voices are heard through protests that are not always peaceful. Climate change activists are unfairly targeting farmers for having emissions-producing cattle, and governments are tightening legislation that restricts farming.
Farmers in Norway have been protesting for months that the government plans to eliminate about 30% of farmland to cut carbon emissions. Northern Ireland is currently considering eliminating over one million cattle and sheep in order to meet its 2050 emissions targets.. The Ulster Farmers’ Union (UFU) estimates that 500,000 cattle and 700,000 sheep will die. According to a separate analysis, five million chickens will need to be slaughtered by 2035.
While animal rights activists would like to do away with agriculture and create Lenten worldthey won’t be happy when they realize that those setting the climate change agenda are planning to kill these animals rather than let them live out their days on taxpayer-funded farms.
Activity aside, we are in the midst of a food crisis. In first world countries, the cost of food has risen sharply over the past year. It is possible that some of the products you have selected are no longer available or are often out of stock. However, people are rapidly dying of starvation in the less developed parts of the world, and there is not enough food or funds to save everyone. Actually, The World Bank estimates that world hunger peaked in 2021 with 193 million people facing food insecurity, an increase of 40 million compared to 2020. Our model shows that this cycle will continue to grow.
Meanwhile, those who, for various reasons, are fighting to save the world will come into direct confrontation with each other. The left will become increasingly divided into leftists against the socialists and nullify the plans for the Fourth Industrial Revolution.