1. City Infrastructure
3. Freshwater Resources
4. Aboriginal Communities
6. Insurance: Adapting Building Codes for Climate Change
7. Insurance: Tools to Promote Adaptation by Existing Homeowners
8. Insurance: Aligning the Price of Insurance With the Risk of Damage
Example p. 19:
. . . The housing market is extremely
competitive, so it is natural that regulators and
builders are hesitant to support code changes that
increase the costs of construction . . .
Related post and my comments:
Stinks of Agenda 21: Climate Change Adaptation Project says: ‘Many, many’ Canadian homes could become uninsurable
Expanding on that post, my view is that most people except the very wealthy and very resilient will tend to be pushed deliberately towards less expensive housing in the cities and more dependence on government programs.
This is the same as Smart Growth (part of Agenda 21)–and in the cities they will be more dependent on government, more restricted in their activities and under greater surveillance and control. The “green belt” areas become larger and larger and come under the ownership of those who fund the “Green” movement.
All of these resources are to be taken out of the hands of ordinary people eventually. Those in charge do not believe in property rights for you and me.
You’ll only hear the term as a token from guilt-ridden “conservatives” as they gradually start to wake up to what is happening and their consciences start to bother them about being part of the system. Let’s hear more desperate tokenism from conservatives. At least that’s a start.
It’s called A-G-E-N-D-A-2-1, signed in 1992.
Also called C O M M U N I T A R I A N I S M
Sort of like: a mixture of F A S C I S M and C O M M U N I S M
You know, like NOT HAVING ANY “PROPERTY RIGHTS”
BEING GROPED AT AIRPORTS
DRONES EVERYWHERE COUNTING HOW MANY SHEDS WE HAVE
NOT HAVING ANY FREE SPEECH
NOT HAVING ANY FREE PRESS
In which they recruit most of the unemployed to the security services and hand the rest of us a broom–or coupons–in exchange for being sterilized. That sort of thing.