ADDENDUM: The Guardian 1 Nov. 2010: "The market now owns the world. The "Japan Summit" was no summit - and seems to have been fruitless.  The media doesn't even notice they have failed to produce a written agreement.  States sent their  office cleaners and deferred the hard choices for another 10 years. No government, if the draft has been approved, is obliged to change its policies.   Not life, but the ephemeral junk with which it is being replaced is to be protected.  By trampling over nature we avoid treading on the toes of the powerful. The money to be made from trashing it exceeds the money to be made from preserving it." This article describes how that is done.

Summary: The UN Environmental Program, UNEP, has recently held its world congress in Japan on “threatened biodiversity” in an attempt to create a better mood after the Copenhagen Climate Change Conference in 2009 – before the UN World Climate Conference in Mexico later this month. Another theme was to create new channels beyond our so-called “climate mitigation” money of the Copenhagen meeting, which is to provide 350 – 1 trillion U.S. dollars annually, for developing countries. Imagination is not suffering: We must pay for past consumption of resources in developing countries for pharmaceutical manufacturing. Fish and rare species should be capitalized - and shrinkage in their volumes due to aboriginal and ouroverfishing must be compensated for  by the West to developing countries. The West also will have to compensate the developing countries for the greatest danger to rare species: LDC-populations´ population explosion, caused by Western aid to the developing countries, such as antibiotics, vaccines, etc. The climate mitigation money is to be managed by the World Bank, which is a Rockefeller-fan, and Rothschild´s Global Environmental Facility, which probably also will be responsible for the biodiversity mitigation money.
Towards that end, the UNEP is  monstrously exaggerating a potential threat to biodiversity: UNEP-president, Achim Steiner, untruthfully told the G8 in 2009 that no less than about 26,000 species were being extinguished annually - while the IUCN Red List in 2008 only reported 717 - and the BBC in 2005 800 threatened species annually. To ensure the recovery of money from the West and to continue to mislead governments, the Japan meeting established an organization that is to be a counterpart to the mendacious and corrupt IPCC, the president of which has now admitted to have based the political IPCC´s global warming doomsday-predictions on what politicians have ordered him to predict - not on science.
Ecology is, for political reasons,  taking a massive upturn now. Portugal is proud to have 45% of its electricity derived from sustainable sources. But the Portuguese people cannot afford it: their electricity bills - and thus their general price level - has exploded and many have left Lisbon, because wages and pensions do not keep pace. In Spain, each job green job created (often unproductive) costs 2.2 traditional jobs, so therefore (alongside with tremendous immigration) unemployment has risen to 20%.
Since environmental goods are few and unattractive, the EU is considering to encourage their use through tax cuts and elimination of subsidies for non-ecologic products. But it is not easy to get money out of the beleaguered Western countries for biodiversity at the moment. An EU plan on sustainable consumption and production has brought about some scattered, half-hearted attempts. But as the price level now and probably especially in the future is increasing, and there is a lack of popular support for ecologic products, so this can probably only be implemented by EU decrees.
An ecological project that puts sustainability/ species protection ideology in relief, is the Amazon Scandal: The IPCC claimed that just a slight decline in rainfall due to global warming would kill the Amazon rain forest. It turned out that this "overwhelming (totally false) scientific evidence" relied on a report from the World Wild Life Fund (WWF), which had partnered with Coca Cola to buy trees in an inaccessible part of Brazil's rainforest. Acc. to the Kyoto Protocol, these trees, which cannot be felled anyway, release CO2 credits, ie. companies can buy the CO2-absorbing effect of these trees at prices that are worth 60 billion dollars; the companies will continue unimpeded to emit CO2 as before or more - and send us the bill! This whole corporate environmentalism is now called "eco-imperialism" which, despite pious statements, overrides human rights of the indigenous populations - in particular by forcing them into reservations. But it is in perfect accordance with Agenda 21, which will make "wildernesses" out of resource-rich areas.

 

Saviours of the Earth, Janez Potocnik, European Commissioner for Environment and Joke Schauvliege, EU President of the Environment Council declared: "We hope that future generations will come to regard the Nagoya-meeting as the ‘tipping point’ which brought our planet back from the brink of ecological disaster.’’

Biodiversity--Convention2--006Ecology is today´s ideological substitute for religion in the western New World Order. Nothing can instigate mankind to voluntary slavery of ideology more than giving it the feeling of a great common cause, a “grosse gemeinsame Sache”, “Common Purpose” , The Sharia (world caliphate),  of being the saviours of their country (Nazism) or better the world (Communism), the New World Order ideology, which is an amalgam of both. It is clearly seen in the mendacious CO2–cult – and to a lesser extent in the conservation of biological diversity. However behind these false incitements, there is a small clique of bankers and business people, who make enormous money on having brainwashed us  and here into submission and to pay, be their arguments ever so bad.

The UN Conference on Biodiversity at Nagoya, Japan, 27–29 Oct, 2010 in the Year of International Biodiversity
BP-flamesThe Guardian 27 Oct. 2010: The financial risks posed by the loss of species and ecosystems have risen sharply and are becoming a greater concern for businesses than international terrorism, according to the World Economic Forum and a United Nations report.
This year, Unep released the results of a two-year study: The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity, which estimated the global impact of biodiversity up to 7.5% of global GDP. The head of the World Bank, Robert Zoellick, said "Productivity of the land and seas is diminishing, and with them the ecosystem services that are crucial for people to get out of poverty," he said. "Endangered species are fading away for ever before our very eyes."

Biodiversity--Convention--006What was achieved at the UN Conference on Biodiversity at Nagoya? 
The Guardian 29 Oct. 2010 Environment ministers from almost 200 nations agreed late tonight to adopt a new United Nations strategy that aims to stem the worst loss of life on earth since the demise of the dinosaurs. They agreed to expand nature reserves to 17% of the world's land area by 2020 up from less than 10% today. Marine protected zones were widened to 10 per cent of the world's seas, an increase from barely 1 per cent today. The UN's COP10 biodiversity conference adopted a new treaty, the Nagoya Protocol, to manage the world's genetic resources and share the multibillion-dollar benefits with developing nations and indigenous communities. The Nagoya Protocol, will see governments considering ways to provide recompense for genetic material and traditional medical knowledge collected in the past that is now being used, patented and sold. This is likely to be done through a special fund for developing nations. The protocol will come into effect in 2020. Governments agreed to draw up a funding plan by 2012. The host country, Japan, has pledged $2bn this week for biodiversity while the UK and France have earmarked smaller sums for related projects. "We were disappointed that most rich countries came to Nagoya with empty pockets — unable or unwilling to provide the resources that will make it possible for the developing world to implement their ambitious targets." said Jim Leape, director general of WWF International. Governments have sent a strong message that they are ready to join forces to save life on Earth. About Biodiversity Centres here.
Deutsche Welle 29 Oct. 2010:  An advisory  body to inform governments, to be called the Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services,  to serve a similar function to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change will be set up!!!
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Presumably, our money will be channelled to the LDCs via the World Bank (a Rockefeller fan) and Rothschild´s Global Environmental Facility (GEF), which are responsible for canalizing our climate mitigation money to the LDCs – minus the no doubt considerable fees, to disappear under way, before the rest disappears into the pockets of corrupt LDC politicians. GEF 20 Jan. 2010: Climate financing must be effectively disbursed (through the GEF) and benefit biodiversity and communities.

How is life in the ecologically ideal state?
CNN Tech 18 Oct. 2010: Ten years ago, Portugal's transmission lines were owned by private power companies that had no interest in investing in renewables. So the government bought the (electricity) lines and adapted the grid, allowing the production and distribution of electricity from small generators, such as domestic solar panels. There was also a combination of incentives for cleaner power generation, including the introduction of feed-in tariffs.
Portugal socialized her energy production and made it green. Now energy companies are using their engineering know-how to pursue  eco-friendly sources, such as solar and wind. Much of the infrastructure in Portugal is still heavily reliant on European Central Bank fundingMany citizens are feeling left behind.

Portugal-lisbon-by-night45 % of Portugal´s energy is derived from renewables – and people cannot afford it. Another major concern is that the government will displace local companies with large multinationals — as seen by a recent contract given to Finnish firm AW Energy. Being the third largest producer of renewable energy in Europe has meant a jump in costs — 15 percent - to household consumers of electricity in the last 10 years. As deficit-reduction plans take hold in 2010, households still faced an increase of 2.9 percent in their electricity bills. Many residents have already left Lissabon because of high costs of living that do not correspond to the low wages and pension rates. Portugal still has to convince many of its own citizens of the benefits. In neighbouring Spain green jobs have replaced ordinary jobs in the ratio 1/2.2 – thus pushing unemployment up to 20%. 

EurActiv 7 Oct. 2010Environmentally-friendly goods are often overpriced for many consumers – and policymakers are mulling tax incentives to make green shopping more affordable.
BiodiversityAccording to a recent survey on Europeans' attitudes towards sustainable consumption 89% stressed price as a priority.
A wide range of tools, such as footprint calculation schemes and eco-labels, have been developed to inform consumers of the environmental credentials of a product or service. According to the European Commission, taxes, tradable permits and subsidy removal may be effective in adressing houshold beghaviour
The Telegraph 27 Oct. 2010
: It’s reckoned that America and Europe alone are currently providing about $12bn annually in “incentives” to produce biofuels, a level of subsidy which would have to double again. Biofuels are sending food prices through the roof, and it seems to damage the environment even further. But the EU wants 10% biofuel in e.g. aircraft fuel by 2010.

National initiatives include a French ecological 'bonus-malus' scheme for purchasing private cars and eco-loans at zero rates to finance thermal renovation. In Germany, a scheme was put in place to AGENDA-21-2promote ecological fair trade products and public rental systems for bicycles. In Austria, the authorities provide guidance on how to cook with leftovers and prevent food waste. Other examples include the UK, which has set up a low-carbon buildings programme, the Czech Republic, which has incorporated organic food into school catering facilities and Denmark, which has launched a tax exemption scheme for electric cars as well as duties for packaging waste.
The main barriers for greening consumption are said to be 1. lack of awareness, 2. negative perceptions of green goods' performance, 3. distrust in government and business' green claims, 4. high prices and 5. low availability of sustainable choices. 
 
According to the Greendex 2010, an annual survey monitoring consumer behaviour, the top-scoring consumers of 2010, like in 2008, are in the developing economies of India, Brazil and China, in descending order. Goin-green-angryA cultural shift from consumption to valuing sustainable living is said to be needed. "or civilisation will be washed over by ecological crises. According to the Worldwatch Institute, consumption of goods and services has risen by 28% over the past decade.

EurActiv 1 Nov. 2010: The Nagoya meeting was meant to pave the way for major climate talks in Mexico later this month.
By endorsing the United Nation’s strategy, the ministers pledged to draw up national biodiversity plans within two years. Billions of dollars could be unlocked to help developing countries.

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WWFAmazonasAs I have previously shown on this blog the biodiversity crisis is just another scam for 2 purposes 1. To secure the banker elite our taxpayer money 2. To grap power for their world government – instituted in 2009 acc. to EU Council Pres. van Rompuy under the motto: “Global solutions for (concocted) global problems.” 
Having seen all the fraud, manipulations and lies of the IPCC, we are now to have a similar UN agency for biodiversity – with the same purpose of dragging taxpayer money out of us  that started at the Climate Summit in Copenhagen 2009 with  350bn. – 1 trillion dollars a year for the banksters and a little for the LDCs.
It is remarkable that 17% of the Earth´s land area and 10% of the seas are to be protected. This means they come under UN, i.e. New World Order, regime – a very good step for Rothschild´s Wilderness Program to depopulate and make areas with natural resources “wildernesses” to grab 30% of the Earth´s land area as forfeited collaterals through the Rothschild institutions, the GEF, the IWF and the World Bank.

In my previous post, it was evident that it is very uncertain if more species are disappearing today than previously. UNEP´s leader, Achim Steiner, in 2009 told the G8 a blatant lie, viz. that 3 species were being extinguished every hour. This makes more than 26.000 species annually, However, in 2005, the BBC reported that only 800 species were threatened to be extinguished annually – and in 2008 the IUCN reported only 717 species being extinguished annually on this link http://www.iucnredlist.org/documents/2008RL_stats_table_4a_v1223294385.pdfwhich has now been removed!!!   

The Amazongate scandal illustrates the purpose of such lies. The WWF and its partner, Coca Cola, have gullible politicians and officials believe they are saving trees from being felled in inaccessible rain forests in Brasil where they would never be felled anyway. Only, the trees have been bought by the globalistic WWF at a cheap price – so now the WWF wants our money and gratitude in return for saving the rain forest, which assimilates CO2 – and thus can be sold as CO2 credits in an insane corporate New World order!!!  After intensive lobbying  in 2001, the parties to the Kyoto Protocol officially approved the use of plantations for generating carbon credits.
The WWF and Coca Cola are to manage 20 million acresEco-imperialism of rain forest in Brazil, worth over $60 billion in "carbon credits" if accepted in Mexico, paid for by consumers in "rich" countries through their electricity bills and in increased prices for goods and services.
The IPCC falsely claimed that up to 40 percent of the rainforest could be at risk from even a slight drop in rainfall. Here, the IPCC was caught out again making unsubstantiated claims based on a WWF report.
Glenda Freeman, a native of New Zealand/Aotearoa, describes WWF activities as "Green Imperialism”. In the introduction to the book "Eco-Imperialism: Green power, Black death" by Paul Driessen, we read of the "ideological environmental movement." It violates these people's most basic human rights. It prevents needy nations from using the very technologies that developed countries employed to become rich, comfortable and free of disease. And it sends millions of infants, children, men and women to early graves every year.
This fits into the communist/fascist program of the New World Order´s
Agenda 21 – sending the “useless eaters” into reservations – leaving their land to be plundered of its natural riches by the elite. Or even better: reduce their number on a large scale, and here. This will also be our future – as now seen in Spain and Portugal – due to endlessly rising energy prices and taxes. Or even better: reduce their number!