July 13, 2017
Not only is it good for the environment, but you’ll have lots of money and fun too
Have you felt bad about existing today, goyim?
After all, you should.
Your clothes and shoes are made by slave brown children, your food is produced by raping mother earth, your privileged gaze has dehumanized and microaggressed countless oppressed minorities, your car and refrigerator are killing polar bears, your grandpa turned Anne Frank into a lampshade, your parents voted for Trump, your beef farts too much… No matter how you look at it, you should be ashamed of having been born.
Luckily for you, Swedish scientists have found a way you can make up for all of this! The best thing you can do when you suck as much as you do is to make sure there are as few of you as possible, preferably none!
Researchers in Sweden have listed the top four things people can do to reduce their carbon footprint.
The report in the journal Environmental Research Letters described a “missed opportunity” to let people know the most effective steps they can take to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, a primary driver of global warming.
“We found there are four actions that could result in substantial decreases in an individual’s carbon footprint: eating a plant-based diet, avoiding air travel, living car free and having smaller families,” said lead author Seth Wynes of Lund University in Sweden.
Do I have to spell it out for you?
Seth Wynes, of Lund University.
“For example, living car-free saves about 2.4 tonnes of CO2 equivalent per year, while eating a plant-based diet saves 0.8 tons of CO2 equivalent a year.”
Avoiding airplane travel saves about 1.6 tonnes of CO2 equivalent per trip.
By far the biggest action was having one less child, which saves an average of 58.6 tonnes of CO2-equivalent emission reductions per year, the report said.
“A US family who chooses to have one fewer child would provide the same level of emissions reductions as 684 teenagers who choose to adopt comprehensive recycling for the rest of their lives,” it said.
I wonder how many carbon emissions we’d prevent by just hanging everybody stupid enough to believe in this man-made climate change crap. Rope can be reused too, so we can check the recycling box as well.
These four steps were identified from an analysis of 39 peer-reviewed papers, carbon calculators and government reports that calculate how individual lifestyle choices may reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
When researchers looked to see which anti-carbon actions were promoted in Canadian textbooks and government communications in the United States, Australia, Europe and Canada, they found a general focus on “incremental changes with much smaller potential to reduce emissions”.
So they did it only in White countries, all of which already have sub-replacement birth rates, catastrophic ones in many cases. This is just a cohencidence, I’m sure, not some plan to wipe out the White race.
None of the Canadian textbooks mentioned limiting family size as a way of reducing one’s carbon footprint.
Streamlining the message from schools and from governments could make major steps toward reducing greenhouse gas emissions beneath the levels needed to keep the planet under 2C of climate warming, researchers said.
“There are so many factor that affect the climate impact of personal choices, but bringing all these studies side-by-side gives us confidence we’ve identified actions that make a big difference,” said Wynes.
“Those of us who want to step forward on climate need to know how our actions can have the greatest possible impact.”
The best thing you could do for the environment would be to round up all the kikes and turn them into soap. Then, maybe people could do something about the pollution that is making countless sick, instead of the jewy “Look goyim, that polar bear is sad so you have to sterilize yourself.” Climate change is actually real, but it’s not man-made and it’s not a catastrophe. It’s something that’s always happened, and something that will always happen.
As for the “consensus” among scientists, well… Most of these people can’t make an accurate prediction of what the weather will be like a few days from now, let alone a few decades. Combine that with the fact that anyone going against the man-made climate change narrative will lose funds, be harassed, be ridiculed, and there are even people calling for “deniers” to be arrested. What we call scientific research today is not really something credible.
BTW, weren’t we supposed to be in the middle of an ice age right now?
The (((space elf))) lied.