>>10360408>Convert energy structure to nuclear/renewables.
Nuclear is riddled with problems, renewables are being crippled by solar radiation management. Google global dimming.>Adopt electric vehicles
Require energy to produce and power them, and a lot of garbage to produce the batteries. Also amount to driving around with a massive transformer between your legs, and will kill you fast unless the internal cabin is shielded by a layer of solid steel and some mumetal.>Move from livestock to cellular agriculture.
We need to bear in mind, there is a plan. It's good ol' make a problem to solve a problem. Solar radiation management involves spraying aluminum nanoparticles in the upper atmosphere. This destroys soil microbes, and the ability to for plants to uptake minerals and fix carbon. But, oh, wait, would you look at that. When we're no longer able to grow our own food, someone's offering a solution!https://patents.google.com/patent/US7582809B2/en
You'll just have to eat only the approved food supply though. Let's not forget about epicyte either.https://www.theguardian.com/science/2001/sep/09/gm.food>Plant carbon sinks (trees).
Won't work. Their ability to fix carbon is already greatly reduced and the oceans are dying. The soil has to be cleaned up, the ozone has to be allowed to repair, we have to stop poisoning the soil.
The oceans are also rapidly acidifying and heating up. They're dying.>That would pretty much do the job.
Everyone wants to act like it's an easy fix if we could just get a few things switched around or out of the way, but it's not. We've dug ourselves into a real hole and until we start to question the official narrative and all the things we're told are conspiracy theory, this house of cards ain't coming down and we won't be able to meaningfully address any of our problems.