The World Economic Forum (WEF) is calling for the end of private car ownership in the name of saving the world from climate change by reducing the need for green tech resources.
“We need a clean energy revolution, and we need it now,” the WEF begins its article.
According to the WEF, critical metals, such as cobalt, lithium, and nickel — all of which are used in “clean energy technologies” — are in short supply. And while the WEF says recycling old tech that uses these metals could lessen the impact of shortages, it’s simply not enough.
Top of the list of solutions for how the WEF thinks we should proceed is to “Go from owning to using.”
In 2018 WEF made predictions for 2030,
“You’ll own nothing
And be happy”
“Meat will be a special treat”
Today WEF pressures farmers to do that,
The WEF created this… pic.twitter.com/SuXBkrr7nF
— Josephine Cashman (@Josieamycashman) July 15, 2022