Pennsylvania Climate Action Plan – Crippling costs for no benefit On April 29, 2019, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf released the latest version of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection’s (DEP) Climate Action Plan, announcing that Pennsylvania would join the U.S. Climate Alliance, a coalition of 24 states committed to implementing policies that support the Paris Agreement — an international collaboration from which the U.S. has withdrawn. According to the governor, “states like Pennsylvania must take action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and protect our communities, economies, infrastructures, and environments from the risks of a warming climate.” The plan’s primary objective is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) by 80% by 2050 in the Keystone State to reduce the temperature of the Earth’s atmosphere and keep future increases to less than 2 degrees Celsius. Described in the 231-page plan are more than 100 actions intended to reduce GHG emissions, 15 of which are analyzed in detail. Each action involves increased taxation, increased regulation, increased spending or restrictions on citizens’ freedoms. Some very relevant questions should be answered by the governor and the PA DEP concerning this far-reaching plan that will necessarily have significant negative impacts on the Commonwealth’s citizens and businesses: Once implemented, what effect would this have on global temperature? Are the justifications listed in the proposal supported by the science, facts and data? What costs and negative effects are associated with this plan and are they offset by the alleged benefits? Pennsylvania Climate Action Plan - Crippling Coasts for No Benefit The only thing I would say is it does have benefits. It benefits the world globalists bound to put the majority of the world under their thumb, so that when AI takes over the world and humans become more and more obsolete, it will be significantly easier to cull the herd.