United Nations Demands $150 TRILLION to Fight ‘Climate Change’

The United Nations (UN) is demanding that taxpayers around the world cough up a staggering $150 trillion to fight “man-made climate change”  – a fabricated “crisis” that the unelected globalist organization helped to create.

The UN made the demands in a new report published by its Department of Economic and Social Affairs.

The agency claims that it needs global governments to commit to handing over $5.3 trillion per year to the bureaucratic agency.

According to the report, the UN needs $150 trillion in order to “save the planet” from “global warming” by complying with the “Agenda 2050” goals of the World Economic Forum (WEF).

In its report on the World Economic Situation and Prospects for 2024, the UN reiterates its 17 Sustainable Development Goals.

However, the “goals” are deeply aligned with Marxism and appear to have little to do with actually protecting the environment.

The widely criticized goals are often used as inspiration for many Western nations’ diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) legislation, as well as policies related to climate change.

“Gender Equity,” “Sustainable Cities and Communities,” and “Quality Education” are among the 17 goals.

Also included are “Affordable and Clean Energy” and “Climate Action.”

It is under these categories that the United Nations suggests astronomical amounts of funding in order to reach its goals.

The organization’s climate action goals are referred to as “global climate finance,” which it reveals reached a whopping $803 billion annually in 2020.

This was reportedly a 12% increase compared to prior years.

However, just a few years later the global organization has decided that this figure is nowhere near enough.

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The report stated that the enormous sum “still falls short of the levels needed to limit warming.”

“Fossil-fuel-related flows exceeded climate financing for adaptation and mitigation in 2020,” the report warns.

However, despite pushing for Marxist ideology to fight climate “inequity,” the report fails to call out China – the largest polluter in the world by a very large margin.

The full report revealed the true desired number; an estimated $150 trillion by 2050. This equates to $5.3 trillion annually to “combat climate change and its impacts,” the report read.

The funds are supposedly needed to transition energy and infrastructure.

The report also complained that the terms of the Paris Climate Agreement of 2015 have not been adhered to by participating countries.

“The pledge by developed countries to provide $100 billion in climate finance annually by 2020 was never fully met, with funding totaling only $89.6 billion in 2021,” the report explained.

The United Nations has also recommended other gigantic budgets to reach the WEF’s “Net Zero” goals to comply with “Agenda 203o.”

An estimated $35-40 billion was suggested to allow for socialist-style universal electricity access.

The global consortium was not shy about dealing in make-believe sums of money throughout the 2024 report.

The word “trillion” in relation to dollars was mentioned 52 times in the document.

Despite the never-ending climate funding, the document also alleges that “conflict and climate change” caused havoc for the lives of millions.

However, the organization also claims to be worried that it jeopardized the UN’s “progress towards sustainable development.”

READ MORE: UN Calls for Public to Live in Mud Huts to Meet ‘Net Zero’ Goals

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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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