A group of negotiators in Montreal say they have finalized an agreement to halt and reverse the destruction of nature by 2030. Sounds good, until you learn that this group is part of the COP15 United Nations biodiversity conference. Those who attended the summit have agreed to four goals which include protecting 30 percent of the world’s land, water, and marine areas by 2030.
Of course, to do this they need 200 billion dollars- because as you know, the deep state is broke. There is also a pledge to reduce subsidies deemed harmful to nature by at least $500 billion by 2030, while having developed countries provide $20 billion per year by 2025, and $30 billion per year by 2030.
All-in-all the final price tag was somewhere around 700 billion dollars.
The agreement came after nearly two weeks of negotiations among 196 countries that are part of the UN biodiversity convention. They were seeking a new deal to halt what they call the human destruction of nature and to begin restoring what has already been lost.
The truth is, this conference is a joke and their “biodiversity” plan will never happen.
Even if this group’s efforts were sincere, there’s no way the globalists at the United Nations would ever allocate billions of dollars to restore the earth.