London’s far-left Mayor Sadiq Khan has just signed the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) radical “climate pact” to ban meat and dairy consumption, air travel, and private car ownership in the British capital city.
After signing the treaty, London now has until 2030 to enforce the new laws.
The climate change initiative, spearheaded by London Mayor Sadiq Khan, is also moving to ban citizens from purchasing “more than three items of clothing a year” and flying “more than once every three years.”
The initiative suggests that members of the public should begin wearing “a uniform” to reduce the need for new clothing purchases.
Khan has joined the globalist C40 Climate Leadership group which comprises, in its own words, “a network of nearly 100 mayors of the world’s leading cities that are united in action to confront the climate crisis”, and has commissioned a report making demands for cities to slash their greenhouse gas emissions by 2030.
Khan, who chairs the C40 group, has received backlash from Londoners following this month’s Ulez (ultra-low emissions zone) expansion.
Though the C40 Cities initiative, under the guise of the Clean Air Wins campaign, has shared videos in favor of Ulez, the Wall Street Journal this week highlighted the less highly-publicized proposals in its report, authored in collaboration