Clean Cooking Transition: Pathways as Seen by Kenyan Villagers | Eco Matser | August 4, 2020 | Inter Press News Service
The Sustainable Development goals on energy speak clear: universal access energy and clean cooking by 2030 (SDG7). . . .
Access to clean cooking solutions remains particularly challenging in Sub-Saharan Africa, . . . Almost four million of people die every year for causes attributable to indoor air pollution, as reported by the World Health Organization (WHO), and most of them use traditional cooking fuels like firewood, charcoal and kerosene.
So what I noticed also as far as statistics is that there are over 845 million “undernourished” people in the world.
Cleaner fuels would be nice but so would being able to eat and survive. That would be a good thing too, right? So these people at the top are constantly interfering with human lives and trying to portray good as bad.
Those traditional fuels are perfectly effective and legitimate–those are fuels that are necessary for all of us. Canadians have used all of them. Demonizing fuels is about creating artificial scarcity and it’s also about getting everyone tied in to “smart” appliances that monitor their activities and energy and product usage.
The only way that quality of life improves for everyone is if people are allowed to live and trade freely–with industry encouraged–but that system is being undermined by the oligarchy at the World Economic Forum with its Great Reset (and its New Deal for Nature). This is about monopoly control over resources and over human lives.
It would be good if everyone was allowed to make progress with their economies and on using cleaner fuels–it would help us in colder climates especially–but there are global agreements to reduce our energy use–to tax us for carbon. So many policies have disrupted the whole world now with COVID-19, and up until now the third world was the main target.
I’m just pointing out that the reason for these environmental policies is to standardize human dependency on a centralized system of control and to make it difficult for people to be independent.
It is a malevolent system sold as something good.
It comes from a billionaire class of “philanthropists.”
I have quoted from the Club of Rome’s book The First Global Revolution about how they worked out a way of making humanity “unite” around an enemy–and they decided to make “humanity itself” into the enemy.
And that is the religious doctrine of “sustainability” (“too many humans”) that has been unleashed on the world today–especially under COVID-19.
Human life needs to be given back its value by all of us in the face of these agendas.