Fourteen major American cities  signed onto a globalist climate agreement with a truly dystopian goal for the country’s immediate future that includes eliminating meat and dairy consumption, private vehicle ownership, air travel, and clothing purchases. According to a report by The Federalist, the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group plans to accomplish this vision by 2030—and Austin, Boston, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New Orleans, New York City, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Portland, San Francisco, Washington, DC, and Seattle are all on board.

14 American cities have agreed to the globalist C40 Climate Group's plan to end meat and dairy consumption, private vehicle ownership, and air travel by 2030. | (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell, file)
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg announces award nominees during the C40 Cities Award presentation in Mexico City. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell, file)

The C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group was first created in 2005 by London Mayor Ken Livingston and representatives from 18 megacities around the world to reduce climate pollution. The organization, at that time called the C20, merged with the Clinton Climate Initiative the following year, bringing its membership up to 40. In the decades since then, the group has expanded to include 96 cities, representing one-twelfth of the global population and 25% of the global economy.

The C40 is now chaired by London Mayor Sadiq Khan, with Democrat billionaire and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg serving as its president and primary financial backer—and like all globalist climate initiatives, it threatens to be a disaster for modern society.

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14 American cities have agreed to the globalist C40 Climate Group's plan to end meat and dairy consumption, private vehicle ownership, and air travel by 2030.

The C40’s climate goals are laid out plainly in a 2019 report entitled “The Future of Urban Consumption in a 1.5°C World,” which was reemphasized in 2023. The report detailed the organization’s “ambitious target” of cutting consumption-based carbon emissions by “at least 50% by 2030.” In order to accomplish this, the C40 identified six sectors where “rapid action” is recommended: food, construction, clothing, vehicles, aviation, and electronics.

The ultimate goal, according to the report, is “0 kg of meat consumption,” “0 kg of dairy consumption,” “3 new clothing items per year,” “0 private vehicles,” and “1 short-haul return flight (less than 1,500 km) every three years” per person.

Despite so-called fact-checks from mainstream media claiming that these “targets” do not constitute real policy recommendations, C40 cities across the United States have followed in lockstep with the agenda. Earlier this year, New York City Mayor Eric Adams placed restrictions on the meat and dairy products served by public institutions. California, meanwhile, has been at the forefront of the push for electric vehicles. At the same time, in Europe, the UK banned the sale of new gas vehicles after 2030 and France banned short-haul air travel.

Equally concerning is the fact that the globalist World Economic Forum promotes the C40 agenda on its website, maintaining its goals of a Great Reset…

“You Will Own Nothing, and You Will Be Happy.”

The C40’s full 2019 report can be found by clicking HERE.

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