The report also claimed that people should be limited to only three items of new clothing per year and one airplane flight every three years. These "suggestions" will start in countries that "consume the most" to help reduce "the impact of urban consumption."
The report, titled "The Future of Urban Consumption in a 1.5°C World" was published in 2019 and sets out targets for cities to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, in alignment with the 2015 Paris Agreement ambitions.
The report allegedly aims to quantify and suggest ways for city leaders to reduce consumption-based emissions. This translates to enforcing measures that include reducing the things people consume, like food, clothing and travel. (Related: NO ENERGY FOR YOU! SF Bay Area to phase out heating appliances powered by natural gas.)
According to the report, the measures will be effective if they are first enforced among those who consume the most. The report also warned that "consumption-based emissions" need to be reduced by at least 50 percent by 2030.
The report details six sectors where the world's cities can take rapid action to address consumption-based emissions:
The 2019 report was co-created and co-delivered by C40, Arup and the University of Leeds, with funding from Arup, Citi Foundation and the University of Leeds.
The report claims to be an analysis and not a plan, but the tone of the report reads like a plan.
C40 is a global network of mayors representing the world's leading cities that are working together to address the "climate crisis." The network includes almost 100 cities, along with 1,143 cities and local governments that have joined C40’s "Cities Race to Zero" campaign.
The cities that sign up for the campaign commit to keeping global heating below the 1.5 C goal of the Paris Agreement.
Without reading the reports and recommendations addressed to the "Cities Race to Zero" signatories, it's hard to determine if the actions set out in the report are specifically included in the action plan.
If they are, both the 100 C40 Cities and 1,000 additional cities are committing to the report’s reductions in consumer-based emissions. It stands to reason that Arup’s network is committed to doing the same.
Arup is a global network of "experts" that claim to shape cities "in a thousand ways." The network has over 17,000 members and offices in 46 of the 97 cities that make up C40’s global network.
C40 and Arup have been collaborating since 2009. They have worked together on dystopian publications such as Deadline 2020, Green and Thriving Neighborhoods and a guide for creating net-zero neighborhoods.
But there's a chance that collaborations have pushed through with money changing hands.
The first C40/Arup report, titled "Powering Climate Action: Cities as Global Changemakers," was published in 2015. In the same year Arup, committed to investing $1 million over three years in a research partnership with C40.
In 2019, the year the C40/Arup consumer-based emissions report "The Future of Urban Consumption in a 1.5°C World" was published, Arup tripled its advisory support to C40 to $3 million over three years.
In 2023, Arup continued its investment in C40 with up to $300,000 a year to allegedly help C40 drive resilience and decarbonization in cities around the world.
In March, C40 Cities re-highlighted the 2019 C40/Arup consumer-based emissions report in an article titled "A spotlight on consumption-based emissions."
C40 claimed that since the 2019 report was published, cities across the globe have started to map consumption-based emissions and studied ways to reduce them.
Starting on page 66, the report summarizes what they hope to impose on consumers. These plans are being made and agreed upon outside the democratic process and under false pretenses.
Some of the changes the report is pushing for include:
The acknowledgment section at the beginning of the report shows that it was written by people from the following groups and universities:
On paper, these measures seem beneficial, but in practice they are draconian. C40 and Arup's activities must be halted immediately and their operations shut down permanently.
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