No Green Reset: Petition Seeks to Challenge Globalists’ Push for Transition to Green Energy
A global movement is gaining momentum as people across the world voice their opposition to the so-called “green reset” proposed by globalists. This controversial plan aims to transition society away from fossil fuels and towards renewable energy sources, but critics argue that it is unnecessary, unwanted, and unacceptable.
In Canada, a recent survey conducted by Environment and Climate Change Canada revealed that a significant portion of the population is experiencing serious anxiety about climate change. In fact, nearly one in five Canadians nationwide reported being “extremely worried” about the issue, with an additional 31% expressing “very worried” sentiments. This means that a startling 49% of Canadians are experiencing significant levels of concern about climate change.
The survey also revealed regional variations in worry levels. Residents of Ontario and British Columbia were found to be the most anxious, with 21% and 20% respectively reporting extreme worry. Meanwhile, 14% of residents in Atlantic Canada and 11% in Alberta expressed similar concerns. Young people under the age of 34 and women were found to be the most anxious demographics, with 24% and 20% respectively reporting extreme worry.
Interestingly, a study conducted by Public Safety Canada found that young adults believe climate change poses a greater threat to their well-being than issues such as drugs, guns, or gang violence. This highlights the significant impact that climate change concerns have on the younger generation. On the other hand, men over the age of 35 were found to be the least worried about climate change.
It is important to note that these anxieties are not solely based on personal opinion. The survey revealed that 72% of respondents believe that climate change has a direct impact on Canada’s health and well-being. In addition, 30% expressed concerns over reduced food and economic security, while 28% feared greater risks of certain diseases as a result of climate change.
This growing concern about climate change has led to a polarizing effect on Canada’s political landscape. The Liberal party aims to capitalize on these anxieties by appealing to the younger generation and pushing for more aggressive action on climate change. On the other hand, the Conservative party offers an alternative for young Canadians who are struggling to pay their bills and view the green transition as unnecessary and burdensome.
In response to the globalists’ push for a green reset, a petition has been launched to challenge this transition to renewable energy. The petition has already garnered over 28,000 signatures, with a goal of reaching 30,000. It serves as a platform for like-minded individuals who believe that the green reset is an unnecessary and unwanted change that will have significant negative impacts on the economy and individual livelihoods.
The concerns outlined in the petition are not only limited to Canada. People around the world are becoming more vocal in their opposition to the green reset, arguing that it is a top-down approach that does not consider the diverse needs and circumstances of different countries and communities. These individuals argue that a more balanced and pragmatic approach is needed to address the complex issue of climate change.
In conclusion, the global movement against the green reset is growing in strength and numbers. A significant portion of the Canadian population is experiencing anxiety about climate change, particularly young people and women. Political parties are capitalizing on these anxieties to appeal to different demographics. The petition serves as an avenue for those who believe that the green reset is unnecessary and unwanted, and it aims to challenge the globalist push for a rapid transition to renewable energy. As the movement gains traction, it highlights the need for a more balanced and pragmatic approach to address climate change that takes into account the diverse needs and circumstances of different communities.