Gender and climate change

Are we really supposed to take the UNFCCC seriously when it hosts a 3 day seminar on gender and the impacts of climate change?

In one presentation the main areas of focus were:

Trainings and workshops on design and implementation of gender‐responsive climate change policies. Tools and guidelines on gender‐responsive energy policy

Impact/Beneficiaries: Bangladesh, Cambodia and Vietnam

Why just three three countries?

The Serbians have been invited to a,

Study visit to Finland: mainstreaming gender into climate change policies and programmes;

Study visit to Austria: Gender‐Responsive Budgeting

Presumably fossil fuels will get them there. Based on the Finns own climate delegations gender imbalance is the order of the day.

It begs the question as to what on earth could gender possibly have to do with climate change? If the planet is warming will women’s calming influence cause us to adopt these resolutions.

CM wrote about studies that suggested toxic masculinity was a factor in climate change. The idea that men felt threatened if they had to become

Dr. Aaron Brough of Utah State University conducted the study to see if there is correlation between toxic masculinity and climate change. His assumptions run the line that men see environmentalism as more feminine and get triggered to make ecological choices if threatened.

If we needed anymore evidence of what a joke the climate change debate has become, the UNFCCC only confirms the stance with seminars dedicated to creating hot air. Scarier is that these cultural Marxists actually believe what they are espousing is rational!

One presumes the peak insanity will occur when the UN runs out of climate change impacts by virtue of one’s identity workshops.

The UNFCCC doesn’t wish to solve global warming because it would end the countless junkets around the globe. The more hysteria, the longer it stays in business. It is the gravy train that never stops.

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