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Smart Masks for Cows? Gates Invests $4.7 Million in Data-Collecting Faceware for Livestock malterwitty Fri, 03/24/2023 - 15:58

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation this month awarded a $4.8 million grant to ZELP, which claims its artificial intelligence mask technology for livestock will reduce methane emissions and curb climate change.

But Biden’s primary concern lies not with stopping the ongoing financial crisis and alleviating economic suffering. He just wants to brag about the billions his regime has flushed down the toilet combatting “climate change.”

In my first year in office, we protected more lands and waters than any president since John F. Kennedy.

We’ve also made the largest investment to fight climate change – ever.

Today, we’re building on that momentum by protecting additional natural wonders

This week, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released a new report. Unsurprisingly alarming, the report aimed to turn up the heat on governments, the business world, and every one of us to do more about the energy transition. Decarbonization, the report said, had to move faster and more dramatically. Yet that wasn’t the only document that made the headlines this week.

In a stunning, but not altogether surprising statement, America’s top Navy official declared that “fighting climate change” is a “top priority” for the U.S. Navy. Navy Secretary Carlos Del Toro announced this last week not at the Pentagon or the U.S. Naval Academy, but at a conference in the Bahamas. 

“Adjustments” must be made to the state’s green agenda programme after the Netherlands’ pro-farmer party won the country’s recent election, a senior government party figure has said.

Pieter Heerma, the parliamentary leader of the Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA) party, has said that “adjustments” must now be made to green agenda restrictions after the victory of the FarmerCitizenMovement (BBB) party.

How many more times are we going to be told that it is our ‘last chance’ to avert climate Armageddon, before we work out that actually, no, we are not going to be wiped out like the dinosaurs?

On Monday, the publication of the latest report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) was greeted with the usual hysteria which we have become used to with these publications.

Soaring demand for biodiesel, renewable diesel, and biojet fuel has primarily been concentrated in the US, Europe, Brazil, and Indonesia. 

However, the global palm oil market could struggle to meet demand. Their production levels stagnate, with Indonesia and Malaysia responsible for 85% of global supply. 

"In periods of supply shortages, the necessary rationing of demand must not take place only on the shoulders of the food consumers.

"This is a lesson we have to learn from last year," Mielke said.

However, some Twitter users were skeptical of the report, with National Review contributor Pradheep Shanker writing that he would "believe environmentalists truly believe this as soon as they start demanding we build every nuclear reactor we possibly can to avert this crisis."

A federal judge blocked the Biden administration from implementing environmental regulations redefining how water sources are protected, but which opponents have argued were an example of overreach.