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EXPOSÉ – PROOF: In their own words. How your government is governed by non-elected governance.

November 15, 2021

Interoperability Blueprint

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted every aspect of life and segment of the global economy. Especially hard hit has been the travel and tourism sector. Faced with competing demands to restore mobility and economic activity, and protect public health, there is a growing consensus that the best route forward is one in which the global economy – and international travel – is restarted incrementally in a manner that keeps transmission in check.

This is how it works:

THIS PAPER EXPLAINS CLEARLY, THE BOTTOM-UP APPROACH TO THE GLOBAL GOVERNANCE OF BILLIONAIRES, FOUNDATIONS, NGOS AND CIVIL SERVICES. THIS COVERS MIGRATION, SOCIAL CHANGE, THE MEDIA CONTROL – IN FACT EVERYTHING IS COVERED.

80 CITIES WITH A MAYOR ARE SUB-NATIONAL GLOBAL GOVERNMENTS 

WHY DONALD TRUMP HAD TO GO. HE BROKE THE CIRCLE OF INDUCTIVE GLOBAL GOVERNANCE.

The Paris agreement rests upon the UN system, particularly the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). As for financing and funding, the agreement calls on governments to continue providing public finance through the official Green Climate Fund, while individuals and entities also play a major role. Bill Gates announced a US$2 billion fund to invest in clean energy, financed by the Breakthrough Energy Coalition (BEC), a group of 26 global philanthropists and the University of California. The BEC, according to Anne Marie Slaughter (2015), “heralds a new level of public-private partnership, with the investors working with the governments of some 20 countries –including China, India, and the US– that already account for roughly 80% of global investment in clean energy and have now pledged to double their investments”

.The process also reflects a new kind of governance in the way the agreement was saved after US President Donald Trump announced he was withdrawing from it. The rest of the signatories stood by it. But also, some parts of the US, in a kind of sub-state global governance –California, New York, Washington and a dozen other states, including two with Republican governors plus cities, including the 10 largest, such as the Big Apple itself and Los Angeles as well as the capital, Washington DC, and some large companies– signed up to a coalition known as the United States Climate Alliance to comply by the Paris Agreement. They account for 30% of the US economy and a population of more than 52 million. In terms of carbon emissions, however, these states account for only 18% of the US total, because the most polluting (headed by Texas) are with Trump. Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google, and Microsoft, and almost 2.000 businesses are part of the We Are Still In initiative.

Subnational governments are also highly involved at various jurisdictional levels (Fiorini, in CFR 2017). In this respect, the roles played by cities, essential in this type of governance as they are the largest emitters, should be highlighted. There is the C-40, a Climate Leadership Group, which is a network of more than 80 mega or large cities committed to addressing climate change…(Global Covenant of Mayors.) 

Please read on to understand anti-National global governance of the UN and EU with a mass of private stakeholders.

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