With digital ID and CBDC, it would be easy to turn carbon footprint measurement into enforcement under a social credit system.
The World Economic Forum’s (WEF) carrot or stick approach to climate policies is virtually the same as it was for COVID.
From COVID contact tracing and vaccine passports to carbon footprint tracking and measuring, the end goal is practically identical — to develop the technological foundation to track and trace every person and object on the planet in order to incentivize, coerce, or otherwise manipulate individual human behavior.
Take the latest WEF Annual Meeting of the New Champions, aka “Summer Davos,” that took place in China last month as the latest example of unelected globalists trying to nudge people towards changing their behavior by tracking the carbon footprints of the products they use.
Speaking during a session called “How to Stay Within Planetary Boundaries — Carrot or Stick?” Ma Jun, the director of the Chinese NGO Institute of Public and Environmental affairs, said that the Chinese people were aware of tangible things like air and water pollution that they could experience with their own senses, but were less aware of climate issues (i.e. their carbon footprints), which were less tangible, but that measuring carbon footprints could be the solution.
“[China] is still lagging behind regions like Europe […] which can support very, very tough public policy on climate” WEF Summer Davos — So the CCP can round up Uighurs for “re-education” camps & adopt Orwellian COVID measures, but it can’t support “tough” climate polices? pic.twitter.com/zizp73cJ3e
— Tim Hinchliffe (@TimHinchliffe) July 11, 2023