The Poll was launched by industry outlet, with the purpose of figuring out the prevailing definition and understanding of the term “shipping decarbonisation’.
Which of the following definitions of ‘decarbonisation’ best matches your understanding of what the term means and/or encompasses?
The reduction of carbon inputs to socioeconomic metabolism or of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions such as CO2 or CH4
The reduction of CO2 (carbon dioxide) emissions per unit of energy generated
The conversion to an economic system that sustainably reduces and compensates the emissions of carbon dioxide
The elimination of carbon from industrial use
Reducing, and ultimately eliminating, carbon dioxide emissions
Reducing, and ultimately eliminating, greenhouse gas emissions
The reduction of all carbon and carbon dioxide related to human activity
The poll missed the main issue of the whole “decarbonisation” campaign. It has nothing to do with GHG and “decabonisation”, its’ main goal is the total control over shipping, to be taken by UN/IMO and globalists. If you think it’s a conspiracy theory, go to UN/WEF/IMF documents, read them and listen to what globalists say. It’s all in the open, cards are on the table, war is declared and waged on us all.
Decarbonisation in its’ essence, is a tax on air. The whole idea has absolutely no scientific groundings, it’s based on trash “science” with pre-ordered results. It’s a hoax and an economical crime against humanity.
Technically, “decarbonisation” is purposed for making operational and newbuild costs unbearable for any private ship owner. Shipping is to be monopolized to a maximum degree, and later, “nationalized” – by UN, EU, nations which succumb their sovereignty to NWO and UN, etc. Taxation of the air in itself, is a tremendously lucrative money-extortion operation, which will enrich many persons, and organizations. It’s not just GHG tax, it’s the whole infrastructure – to calculate emission and levy each and every ship; to monitor each ship’s emissions; to collect the ransom and to distribute it.
It’s not just shipping, not just ship owners, who’ll pay for air. It will directly affect all of us, as final consumers of the goods transported by ships, from heating oil to running shoes.
Newly found “definition problem”, what the damn term “decarbonasation” means, is either an idiocy, or a decoy, to distract us. There’s no place for free market and private entrepreneurship in our bright, brave, green, sustainable and very horrific, dystopian future. So the most correct term for this campaign is not “decarbonisation” , it’s “deprivatisation”.