Researchers in Sweden have listed the top four things people can do to reduce their carbon footprint.Sweden already has a low birth rate, as Swedes have decided to re-populate the country with Moslems.
The report in the journal Environmental Research Letters described a “missed opportunity” to let people know the most effective steps they can take to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, a primary driver of global warming.
“We found there are four actions that could result in substantial decreases in an individual's carbon footprint: eating a plant-based diet, avoiding air travel, living car free and having smaller families,” said lead author Seth Wynes of Lund University in Sweden.
“For example, living car-free saves about 2.4 tonnes of CO2 equivalent per year, while eating a plant-based diet saves 0.8 tons of CO2 equivalent a year.”
Avoiding airplane travel saves about 1.6 tonnes of CO2 equivalent per trip.
By far the biggest action was having one less child, which saves an average of 58.6 tonnes of CO2-equivalent emission reductions per year, the report said.
“A US family who chooses to have one fewer child would provide the same level of emissions reductions as 684 teenagers who choose to adopt comprehensive recycling for the rest of their lives,” it said.
The Moslem immigration program is where the large carbon footprint is. If there is a “missed opportunity”, then it is to stop or reverse the immigration.
Sweden will go down in history as a great example of a nation committing national suicide.