The enigmatic international Secret Service agency of the United Kingdom, known by the acronym MI6, declared a priority for its government the controversial theories of climate change, and so it will carry out a “green espionage” on all countries linked to that agreement. 

Breaking with the classic protocols, the head of the Secret Intelligence Service (SIS), Richard Moore, previously identified only as “C”, has given for the first time a public interview in which he expressed his new mission, according to The Telegraph on April 24. 

Moore explained that alleged man-made climate change is the “foremost international foreign policy item for this country and for the planet,” referring to the United Kingdom. 

And in that sense, his agency’s mission finds application: “Where people sign up to commitments on climate change, it is perhaps our job to make sure that what they are really doing reflects what they have signed up to.”

Meanwhile, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that his country would reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 68 percent by 2030 and 78 percent by 2035, rivaling the plans of President Joe Biden, who aims to reduce them by 50 percent. 

Biden opened the climate change summit organized by the White House on April 22 with a controversial speech calling for compliance with the criticized left-wing environmentalist agenda.

If he tries to make good on his promise, Biden will impose sweeping changes in the U.S. energy and transportation sectors that could trigger an unprecedentedly deep economic crisis in both the U.S. and its economic partners.

Biden’s pledge is even more ambitious for 2050: “These steps will set America on a path of a net-zero emissions economy by no later than 2050.” 

Among other plans that would bring Biden and Johnson closer together is a “green alternative” to the Belt and Road initiative. Western countries would fund green infrastructure projects in the Third World to counter Chinese expansionism.

This project is not without suspicion, given the permissive measures taken by both governments in favor of the CCP. 

On the other hand, it is expected that Biden’s climate change agenda will encounter obstacles within the United States. Republicans and conservatives vowed to fight his proposals to shift the traditional US energy sector from coal and other fossil fuels in favor of renewables. 

In this context, U.S. Senator John Barrasso (R-Wyo), a senior member of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources (ENR), referred to the potential harms resulting from Biden’s commitment. 

“President Biden is unilaterally committing America to a drastic and damaging emissions pledge,” Barrasso said in a statement on April 22. 

“As the president sets punishing targets for the country, America’s adversaries like China and Russia continue to increase emissions at will. The last thing the economy needs is higher energy prices and fewer jobs, but that’s exactly what we’re going to get.”

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