The United States has joined twelve other nations from around the world in an agreement to crack down on the agriculture industry to fight “global warming.”
International governments have agreed to sign a pact pledging to target food production by shutting down farms to reduce “methane emissions.”
The thirteen nations signing the Global Methane Pledge are:
- Burkina Faso
- Czech Republic
- The United States
The move seeks to drastically cut meat and dairy supply around the world to allegedly “save the planet” from “climate change.”
The U.S., Australia, Brazil, and Argentina, nations that are signing the pact, are among the world’s largest producers of meat.
On behalf of the United States, Democrat President Joe Biden’s “Special Envoy for Climate” John Kerry has already vowed to sign the pact.
As Slay News previously reported, Kerry insists that farmers must slash food production to meet the “Net Zero” goals of the globalist green agenda.
The signing of the pact was announced earlier this year by the Global Methane Hub.
The Global Methane Hub is an organization dedicated to advancing the green agenda of the World Economic Forum (WEF) as outlined in the Paris Climate Agreement.
In a joint statement, representatives from nations involved in the anti-farming pact celebrated the agreement.
“Food systems are responsible for 60% of methane emissions,” said Marcelo Mena, CEO of Global Methane Hub.
“We congratulate countries willing to take the lead in food systems methane mitigation and confirm our commitment to support this type of initiative with programs that explore promising methane mitigation technologies and the underpinning research of methane mitigation mechanisms to create new technologies.”
“Mitigating methane is the fastest way to reduce warming in the short term,” said U.S. “Climate Czar” John Kerry.
“Food and agriculture can contribute to a low-methane future by improving farmer productivity and resilience.
“We welcome agriculture ministers participating in the implementation of the Global Methane Pledge.”
“We are very pleased that the countries that participated in the conference committed to good practices in livestock not only to adapt to climate change but also to mitigate methane emissions,” said Esteban Valenzuela, Chile’s Agricultural Minister.
“This includes countries from five continents and most of the major cattle-producing countries of the west of the world.”
“I am glad to see the shared commitment by the international community to mitigate methane emissions from agriculture as a means to achieve the goals we signed for in the Paris Agreement on climate,” said Luis Planas, Spain’s Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food.
“To that aim, we must promote investments and transfer of knowledge at farm level to put in practice the best available techniques that allow farmers to curb the emissions and to strengthen their resilience and adaptation to climate change.”
The news comes as unelected bureaucratic organizations, including the WEF, United Nations, and World Health Organization, push their radical green agenda onto sovereign nations.
However, as Slay News recently reported, one of the world’s leading experts has just spoken out to warn the public that the “climate crisis” narrative is a hoax.
Dr. John Clauser, the co-winner of the 2022 Nobel Physics prize and one the world’s leading authorities on quantum mechanics, blasted “climate emergency” claims as a “dangerous corruption of science that threatens the world’s economy and the well-being of billions of people.”
Clauser, who was also awarded the 2010 Wolf Prize in Physics, the second most prestigious physics award after the Nobel, warns that misguided climate science is a hoax that is being driven by “massive shock-journalistic pseudoscience.”