Bill Gates Pushes Plan to Chop Down 70 Million Acres of Trees to ‘Fight Global Warming’

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates is funding a new effort that seeks to chop down a staggering 70 million acres of trees in an effort to allegedly “fight global warming.”

Gates’s organization, Breakthrough Energy, has plowed $6.6 million into the project led by Kodama Systems.

The move will see 70m acres of forests, mostly in the Western United States, cut down.

After the trees have been chopped down, they will be buried.

According to the project organizers, “scientists” say “burying trees can reduce global warming.”

Kodama claims that burying the trees will prevent them from allegedly “spewing” carbon back into the air.

The coordinators of the project are choosing to reap the salable carbon offsets by burying the biomass in dry & oxygen-free “earthenvaults.”

The trees will be buried instead of being used for conventional means, like timber for housing.

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Gates has been pushing several controversial schemes that claim to fight “climate change.”

As Slay News previously reported, Gates has been funding efforts to block out light from the Sun to fight “global warming” by cooling the Earth.

The plan involves blocking the Sun’s rays from reaching the Earth using solar geoengineering.

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The scheme would lower the planet’s temperature and allegedly combat “global warming.”

Despite the obvious risks with such a plan, the U.S. government is currently investigating stratospheric geoengineering.

Gates previously backed a similar major project at Harvard using balloons to deploy aerosols into the atmosphere to block sunlight.

However, the Gates-funded tests were put on hold after some pushback.

READ MORE: Germany Funneled Billions to Bill Gates for ‘Population Control’ Programs

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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