Governments are being argued to close all airports and end public air travel in order to meet the global “climate target” by 2050.
Professor Norman Fenton obtained a copy of the report that was produced to advise the UK government on what measures it will need to take to meet its “net zero” goal.
The meet the already-established goals of the climate agenda, governments will need to close small airports by 2030, with the rest closed and all air travel banned by 2050.
The report also states that internal combustion engine cars must be banned by 2030, with all highway use, including electric vehicles, restricted to 60 percent of the level today.
Aside from travel, the report also targets the food supply and urges governments to ban the sale of beef and lamb.
1. Reminder of what ‘net zero’ really means. This graphic from UK Govt FIRES project. Key points: all airports except Heathrow, Belfast & Glasgow to close by 2030. NO FLYING at all by 2050. No new petrol/diesel cars by 2030; by 2050 road use restricted to 60% of today’s level. pic.twitter.com/0s0dI9kAHK
— Prof Norman Fenton (@profnfenton) April 9, 2023
Prior to his retirement, Dr. Norman was the Professor of Risk Information Management in the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science at the Queen Mary University of London.
Following his post, which went viral, Norman was invited to appear on Laura Ingraham’s Fox News show to discuss the bombshell report.
The report, assembled by a team of academics at Oxford University and Imperial College London for the British Government, states that to obey the law of the Climate Change Act, the public will be required to stop doing anything that causes emissions, regardless of its energy source.
This means that all UK airports will be ordered to close, eating beef and lamb will be banned, and construction of new buildings must cease, in order to meet the legal commitment of zero emissions by 2050.
The report says that all airports should close between 2020 and 2029 with the exception of Heathrow, Glasgow, and Belfast.
These major airports would close between 2030 and 2049.
In one of the most incredible reports about UK climate policy to date, the academics also call for eating beef and lamb to be banned.
The public will also be forced to turn their heating down at home and wear more clothes to keep warm instead.
To meet the green agenda goals, the report states that the national consumption of beef and lamb must drop by 50% between 2020 and 2029.
Then between 2030 and 2049 beef and lamb will be “phased out”.
The report also confirms that construction of new buildings must cease by 2050:
The underlying point is that any asset which uses carbon will have essentially zero value in 2050.
This in turn may encourage greater use in the run up to 2050 – for example, putting up new buildings at a much faster rate for the next 30 years, knowing that construction must then halt.
The report was released in November 2019 and was authored by “UK Fires,” a collaboration between the Universities of Cambridge, Oxford, Nottingham, Bath, and Imperial College London.
Entitled “Absolute Zero,” the report is a research collaboration in which the authors reveal what the UK must do to meet its legal requirement to reach net zero emissions by 2050.
However, the timeline of events may speed up significantly because the UK government enshrined a new target in law in April 2021 to slash emissions by 78% by the year 2035.
The authors of the report state the key messages are as follows:
In addition to reducing our energy demand, delivering zero emissions with today’s technologies requires the phasing out of flying, shipping, lamb and beef, blast-furnace steel and cement.
They also state this on jobs and locations:
There are two key implications for how we live our lives: first, buildings will become much more expensive because the restrictions on building which generate substantial scarcities; second, transport will become much more expensive because the limits on air travel will generate excess demand for other forms of transport.
Those who are starting secondary school now, in 2019, will be 43 in 2050. Thinking about what education is appropriate for a very different set of industries is a key question.
Should we still be training airplane pilots? Or aeronautical engineers?
And they state this on the implementation of the requirements:
The changes in behavior to achieve Absolute Zero are clearly substantial. In principle, these changes could be induced through changing prices and thus providing clear incentives for behavior to change.
The alternative is that the government prohibits certain types of behavior and regulates on production processes.
The report has emerged amid increasing efforts to crack down on public freedoms in the name of fighting “climate change.”
As Slay News reported last year, the World Economic Forum (WEF) argues that restrictions during the pandemic prove that “billions” would also comply with “climate lockdowns.”
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