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WEF 2022: Panelist Brags About “Individual Carbon Footprint Tracker” (WATCH)


Want to fly abroad for a European vacation?

Want to take that American cross-country road trip?

The World Economic Forum wants to check your carbon credit score before you make those plans.

Let’s see if you’re using too much carbon and negatively impacting ‘climate change.’

But don’t expect the globalist psychopaths to have their own carbon credit score.

The rules don’t apply to the climate scammers.

J. Michael Evans, president of the Alibaba Group, discussed an “individual carbon footprint tracker” at the 2022 WEF conference.

“We’re developing, through technology, an ability for consumers to measure their own carbon footprint. What does that mean? That’s, where are they traveling, how are they traveling, what are they eating, what are they consuming on the platform?” he told the World Economic Forum this week, adding “stay tuned, we don’t have it operational yet – but this is something we’re working on.”


Alibaba discussed the carbon tracking technology in this blog post:

Alibaba Cloud launched the Energy Expert platform in February this year, allowing people to track their carbon footprint and receive credits worth money when making low-carbon choices.

Expect to earn 200 carbon credits when you lick your plate clean, and 554 credits if you take the subway, according to the measurement system devised by Guangzhou-based certification body CEPREI, in partnership with Alibaba Cloud.

“The platform is designed to encourage people to adopt low-carbon behaviors and be environmentally accountable,” Chen Lijuan, General Manager of Product and Solution at Alibaba Cloud, told Alizila.

The trick is to develop a model that translates individual activities into carbon credits and builds up a community that promotes a low-carbon lifestyle based on the carbon credits system.

Zero Hedge noted:

The system was tested out on the residents of Xinqiao Shiju, located in the southern city of Shenzhen. In a pilot program, the community’s 589 residents received a ‘personal carbon account to monitor power use and carbon emissions,’ which saved a reported 37.77 tons of carbon emissions (no calculations provided).

*Source – Zero Hedge*

According to Xiao Lei from Alibaba Cloud, “We’ve been trying to combine behavioral science with technology to change people’s perceptions and make low-carbon fashionable.”

Not everyone’s a fan.

What did the World Economic Forum have to say about attendees flying to the conference in private jets?


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