Citigroup released a report titled “Food and Climate Change”.
In the report, it was claimed that cows release methane, so the production of animal meat and dairy products should be reduced.
“Meat consumption is increasing in developing countries, which is at the root of the climate crisis. Turning to alternative sources of protein such as insects may be the answer. expressions were used.
Citigroup said cows and the livestock sector “have a big part” in the climate crisis.
Odatv did some research. It turns out that Citigroup is in partnership with George Soros, Bill Gates and the World Economic Forum. The George Soros Foundations funded the Citigroup and Citi Bank projects. Citi Group has contributed financially to Bill Gates’ projects.
WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM: “EAT INSECTS INSTEAD OF BEEF”
The World Economic Forum in Davos said cow meat and dairy “were the root of the climate crisis” and said “eating insects instead of beef could be the solution”.
At the Davos climate summit, it was decided to limit animal farming in order to reduce methane and nitrogen emissions.
The Dutch government has announced that half of the cow farms will be closed. Dutch farmers took to the streets. The artificial meat distribution center funded by Bill Gates was burned down.
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ARTIFICIAL MEAT AND AGRICULTURAL LAND
Bill Gates finances the production of artificial meat in vitro with stem cells.
Bill Gates funds four of the biggest companies in the artificial meat industry: Beyond Meat, Impossible Foods, Hampton Creek Foods and Memphis Meats.
Later, under the direction of Bill Gates, Nobel Foods was created to produce “artificial dairy products” with the same logic. George Soros and Amazon owner Jeff Bezos provided $75 million in funding for this venture.
Bill Gates “To tackle the climate crisis, rich countries must switch entirely to artificial meat” said.
Bloomberg, the world’s leading economic newspaper, He said George Soros and Bill Gates bought farmland all over the world.
SUPPORT FOR BANKING GIANT ARTIFICIAL ETH
The Liechtenstein Global Trust (LGT), known as the largest family bank in the world, has received $70 million in funding from the George Soros Foundation.
LGT, owned by the Luxembourg royal family, finances artificial meat and similar projects.
LGT receives more than $200 billion in funding per year from various investors.
BILL AND MELINDA INSECT PROTEIN FOUNDATION FUND
All Things Bugs, one of the world’s largest insect protein and meal companies, has been funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation since 2012.
TOTAL EXCEEDING $11 BILLION IN 2030
The market size of the insect protein and artificial meat sectors is expected to exceed a total of $11 billion in 2030.
THE REAL RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CLIMATE CRISIS: THE RICH
“Meat consumption is increasing in developing countries, which has a negative impact on the climate crisis,” said Citi Group.
But according to Oxfam research, the world’s richest 10% are responsible for the climate crisis and 50% of carbon dioxide emissions.
The responsibility of the poorest 50% of the world in the climate crisis is only 7%.
It was on the global press agenda that the wealthy, who attended the climate summit in Davos, traveled to Switzerland in private jets.
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