The United Nations (UN) is demanding that America issue a road map to eliminating meat consumption among the public.
The unelected globalist agency is due to issue its own road map for when it expects all Western nations to drastically reduce meat consumption to fight so-called “global boiling.”
The UN is expecting member states to submit plans for slashing public meat consumption before completely eliminating traditional animal-based products from the food supply.
The push is being led by the UN’s Food & Agriculture Organization (FAO), which oversees the agency’s food policies.
The FOA will publish its so-called global food systems’ road map during the upcoming COP28 climate summit in Dubai.
The event begins this Thursday and will continue for nearly two weeks until mid-December.
The FAO’s first-of-its-kind document will call on nations that “over-consume meat” to place drastic limits on their consumption.
The road map is part of a broader effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in order to comply with the “Net Zero” goals of the UN and the World Economic Forum (WEF), Bloomberg reported.
The UN expects nations to submit their plans for restricting their citizens from consuming meat.
UN member states will be required to demonstrate how they plan to gradually reduce meat consumption over time until it is entirely eradicated.
Jeremy Coller, the chair and founder of the FAIRR Initiative, an investor network that works with financial institutions to promote climate-friendly agriculture worldwide, singled out the agriculture industry for “failing” to tackle the so-called “climate crisis.”
“The failure of leading meat and dairy companies to reduce emissions underlines the urgent need for more policy focus on the food and agriculture sector,” Coller said in a recent statement.
“Food system emissions deserve a place at the top of the table, alongside energy and transport, as they represent an estimated third of greenhouse gas emissions and 40% of methane,” he continued.
“Investors hope the first-ever publication of a food and agriculture road map at COP28 this month will catalyze the transition to 1.5 degrees and a more sustainable food system.”
In addition to issuing guidelines for reducing meat consumption in the West, the FAO is expected to highlight how farmers should adapt to “erratic weather” and tackle their emissions produced from food waste and use of fertilizer, according to Bloomberg.
The recommendations, which the U.S. COP28 delegation may sign onto, will not be binding.
Overall, the road map will seek to guide policy on lowering the climate impact of the global agriculture industry, which has rarely received such attention at past UN climate conferences.
Past COP summits have been far more keen to address emissions generated from the global power, transportation, and manufacturing sectors.
“We already have solutions to tackle climate change, and many of these solutions, whether it is agroforestry, restoration of soils, sustainable livestock, or fisheries management, have multiple benefits as they can also support the sustainable use of biodiversity, as well as help with food security — multiple benefits from the same solutions that only agriculture and food systems offer,” Kaveh Zahedi, the director of the FAO Office of Climate Change, said last week.
The UN has, for years, called for individuals to ditch animal-based diets, which it says “have a high impact on our planet.”
Instead, members of the general public should instead consume plant-based foods which can allegedly reduce a person’s annual carbon footprint by up to 2.1 tons, according to the UN.
The American agriculture sector accounts for just 1.4% of global emissions and has implemented a wide range of solutions, making it the nation’s lowest-emitting economic sector.
Nevertheless, the farming industry has increasingly become a target for green agenda globalists.
“America’s farmers and ranchers are climate heroes, reducing emissions while providing abundant and affordable food, fiber, and fuel,” House Agriculture Committee Chairman Glenn Thompson (R-PA) said in a statement.
“Regulating producers out of business in the U.S. will not effectively address global climate change, but export production to foreign countries with hostile regimes and worse emissions profiles while harming food security and affordability,” he added.
“Simply put, the world needs American farmers and ranchers more than the UN.”
According to the American Farm Bureau Federation, U.S. farmers are getting more than three times the production compared to what they put in.
Emissions have significantly declined in pork and beef production.
In May, meanwhile, Thompson joined a group of fellow House Republicans in rebuking Democrat President Joe Biden’s “climate czar” John Kerry over his comments singling out food emissions.
They called on Biden and Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack to disavow the comments which were delivered at the Department of Agriculture’s AIM for Climate Summit earlier that month.
As Slay News reported, Kerry called for farmers to stop producing food to comply with the WEF’s “Net Zero” goals.
In a fearmongering speech, Kerry demonized farmers and framed the industry as an alleged threat to humanity.
“A lot of people have no clue that agriculture contributes about 33% of all the emissions of the world,” Kerry remarked at the time.
“We can’t get to Net Zero, we don’t get this job done unless agriculture is front and center as part of the solution.
“So all of us understand here the depths of this mission.”
“Food systems themselves contribute a significant amount of emissions just in the way in which we do the things we’ve been doing,” he continued.
“With a growing population on the planet – we just crossed the threshold of 8 billion fellow citizens around the world – emissions from the food system alone are projected to cause another half a degree of warming by mid-century.”
The news comes after Slay News reported last week that Canada has now started to replace traditional meats with insect-based “food” products in order to allegedly “save the planet.”
The far-left Canadian government has been caught pumping millions of dollars in taxpayer money into plans to eliminate traditional meat for public consumption and replace it with insect-based “foods.”
As part of the plan, Canada’s WEF-controlled leadership has funneled $10 million into building the largest cricket-processing plant in the world.
The plan was exposed in leaked documents from Canada’s Ministry of Innovation.
The Ministry justified the funds by stating that crickets are a superior source of nutrition over plant-based foods and beef, chicken, and pork products.
“… Farming of insects, rather than animals, for protein uses less feed, water, and land and produces higher quality protein compared to plants,” the document states.
The ministry also indicated that the government is funding additional plans to “automate large-scale production of cricket protein” for public consumption.