Next Step In The Imaginary Fight Against Climate Change: Seizing Private Land

Next Step In The Imaginary Fight Against Climate Change: Seizing Private Land
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As you’re probably already aware, there’s a massive imaginary battle between the NWO and climate change. Anyone who has a little critical thinking knows by now that climate change is something that can only be influenced in a significant way by the Sun, nothing more. Anyway, check out the latest measures that the NWO wants to take in order to tackle climate change.

Fighting climate change by seizing private property

The idea of achieving net-zero carbon emissions, which involves covering vast areas of American land with wind turbines and solar panels, is facing a challenge due to the fact that most of the land in America is still privately owned.

Many Americans are also opposed to having these large industrial installations near their homes. However, this issue may be temporary and could be resolved in the future.

“There is a major effort under the Biden administration to consolidate power over land and resources, because whoever owns the land and resources of a nation, controls the people,” Margaret Byfield, executive director of American Stewards of Liberty, a property rights nonprofit, told The Epoch Times.

After working as a rancher in Nevada, she got involved in a legal dispute with federal agencies for ten years over the control of her land. Unfortunately, she ended up losing the battle.

Nowadays, she is worried about another land dispute that could arise due to the Green New Deal and the renewable energy industry. Experts predict that meeting net-zero goals and building a renewable energy infrastructure will require the conversion of vast areas of land for industrial purposes.

“With current siting practices, an area the size of Texas is required to accommodate the wind and solar infrastructure we need to reach nationwide net-zero emissions by 2050,” said Katharine Hayhoe, chief scientist of The Nature Conservancy (TNC), a renewable energy advocate.

According to TNC’s May report, achieving the goal of net-zero carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by 2050 would require using more than 250,000 square miles, or 160 million acres, of land.

However, the authors of the report are hopeful that land consumption can be reduced to an area the size of Arizona if the renewable industry follows TNC’s “impact reduction” procedures.

These ambitious plans are currently being hindered because 70% or 1.3 billion acres of land in the contiguous 48 states are privately owned, and many owners do not permit the installation of solar panels, wind turbines, power lines, and carbon pipelines.


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Rada Mateescu

Passionate about freedom, truth, humanity, and subjects from the science and health-related areas, Rada has been blogging for about ten years, and at Health Thoroughfare, she's covering the latest news on these niches.

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