|Ms Fiona Ramsey, Chargée d'Affaires a.i. of the Delegation of the European Union for the Pacific and SPC Director-General Dr Jimmie Rodgers|
While European Union taxpayers are faced with severe austerity measures in order to avoid financial breakdowns, the EU climate change/global warming bureaucracy is worried about other kinds of problems:
Pacific small island states most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change will benefit from a new climate resilience project (worth €11.4 million) funded by the European Union (EU) and to be implemented by the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) over the next four years.
The project was officially launched today by Ms Fiona Ramsey, Chargée d'Affaires a.i. of the Delegation of the European Union for the Pacific and SPC Director-General Dr Jimmie Rodgers.
‘With the billions that have been pledged globally for climate change adaptation and mitigation, this project will position Pacific small island states to access these funds and use them to ensure outcomes that meet their people’s needs,’ said Dr Rodgers.
‘The project will help countries put in place climate change programmes and management arrangements that enable them to effectively absorb the increased flows of climate change finance that will be required to meet the future adaptation challenges they face.
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First the European Union opens expensive, overstaffed "embassies" in some of the world´s most exotic places, like the Pacific islands in order to promote the "official" (and dubious) EU "climate change" agenda and brainwash the natives into believing that they are the "most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change".
When it turns out that the brainwashing is not enough, the next step is the ultimate EU climate change project: Handing out millions of taxpayers´ money to 9 small Pacific Islands just to teach them how to "absorb" the "billions that have been pledged globally for climate change adaptation and mitigation"!
There must be a way to stop this madness!