The Environment

We are all concerned about the environment, we can all learn to look after the world better than we have done.  but we in the UK are not all to blame for something that many in the past have called progress.

We are concerned about net zero agenda and the impact that it is having on the standard of living for many people around the world.

To tackle so called climate change and its negative impacts, world leaders on 12th December 2015 agreed to the Paris Agreement.


What is the Paris agreement?

It’s a climate change accord agreed by nearly 200 countries in December 2015, which came into force on 4 November 2016. The agreement commits world leaders to keeping global warming below 2C, seen as the threshold for safety by scientists, and pursuing a tougher target of 1.5C. The carbon emission curbs put forward by countries under Paris are not legally-binding but the framework of the accord, which includes a mechanism for periodically cranking those pledges up, is binding. The agreement also has a long-term goal for net zero emissions which would effectively phase out fossil fuels.

The Agreement is a legally binding international treaty. It entered into force on 4 November 2016.

The Agreement includes commitments from all countries to reduce their emissions and work together to adapt to the impacts of climate change, and calls on countries to strengthen their commitments over time. The Agreement provides a pathway for developed nations to assist developing nations in their climate mitigation and adaptation efforts while creating a framework for the transparent monitoring and reporting of countries’ climate goals.

This sounds like a control and punishment mechanism to me and I believe the United Kingdom must withdraw from this agreement.


Let’s celebrate our success so far, as the UK has led the way by reducing our emissions since 1990 by about 50%.  Technology improvements will enable us to reduce emissions further and capture emissions. However, we must be smart about which technologies to use.

The Reform UK triple save plan will:

• save emissions
• save and create British jobs
• save households money


We must maintain a range of types of energy supply, so we are not overexposed to any one particular supply; prices, technology, and relative performance will vary over time.  We will boost the solar and wind renewable sector using a new government-owned Renewable Bank; the panels and turbines must be made here in the UK to save and create British jobs.  This will also mean dramatically lower utility costs.

The current Government plans will destroy British jobs, sending them overseas especially to China, and lead to huge increases in domestic bills every year to pay to overseas-owned energy firms. This is both unacceptable and unnecessary.

This too-speedy a transition to renewable energy has driving the current energy market crisis, and the cost of implementing net zero policies will be far too costly on the poorest in our society

While our Government commits hari kari on the UK economy and creates laws and regulations to tie up business in the name of a so called climate change agenda, China is the world’s largest emitter of greenhouse gases with a reliance on coal for energy, The Chinese government has set a 2060 Net Zero emissions target…



With Government forcing companies how to adhere to the net zero agenda or be punished, it is now the C40 groups turn to control the public in the area’s they live.

In my opinion, this is just another mechanism of control for the people to do as we say.  or you will be punished using the lockdown laws currently in place from the so called pandemic.

The Race to Zero is a global campaign to rally leadership and support from businesses, cities, regions, and investors for a healthy, resilient, zero carbon recovery that prevents future threats, creates decent jobs, and unlocks inclusive, sustainable growth.

from the website:-

“Ours is a vision of climate action that is rooted in equity, because we know that climate, social and economic justice can only be achieved together”

It looks like 2023 in going to be a year of massive change in this country towards the climate agenda and the green new deal  – We will just have to wait and see how things play out.


The leadership standards guide below.


55 Councils & Towns across the England, 7 more in Scotland & NI have signed up to this C40 agenda that includes 15 minute cities, those involved have agreed to the below and more –

  1. Publicly endorse the following Principles:

    • We recognise the global climate emergency.

    • We are committed to keeping global heating below the 1.5°Celsius goal of the Paris Agreement.

    • We are committed to putting inclusive climate action at the center of all urban decision-making, to create thriving and equitable communities for everyone.

    • We invite our partners – political leaders, CEOs, trade unions, investors, and civil society – to join us in recognising the global climate emergency and help us deliver on science-based action to overcome it.

You have a choice; you can stand on the sidelines & moan about everything that is wrong with the Country & the dire state of current politics, or, you can get involved and help us to make the changes we all need....

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