Thursday, June 1, 2017

Paris Accord Sets the Stage for OWG Department of the Environment

As this is being written, the entire world is waiting for Donald Trump's announcement concerning whether he will pull the United States out of the Paris Accord.

Climate change has been questioned by many people, whether it exists at all, or is a natural occurrence, and whether mankind may or many not have any role in it. It is hard to refute the size of the glaciers now compared to twenty years ago, so there may be a motive behind the questions that lead to a sense of bigotry, which is a power game where the more truth you hear, the less likely you are to believe it. The solution is not to question someone's judgment or motive, or knowledge of something that is staring us in the face, but to take politics out of the equation, and to do what is in everyone's best interest.

The Earth is a closed ecosystem, which means that what occurs in one area affects the entire planet, so the environment must be under the auspices of an international government, with equal input by all parties. No one can be left out of the debate. Each of us has the right to live in a pristine environment.

The proposed One World Government will have eleven departments, and they will be made up of experts in their fields from every nation, and they will advise the branches of the international government to keep the entire planet on the highest levels possible. Those who function for their own interests will find an economic foundation that enables everyone to function higher without tearing apart the environment in the process.